Australia! I live with my family of 6 (4 kids -I'm the oldest at 22 - and 2 parents).
We recycle - it's voluntary here. I'm a bit anal with recycling. xD I'll go to the trouble of separating things out if I see them awry.
We're a bit bad at switching off things when we're not using them. There's always a computer or two that's on 24/7, and we often leave phone chargers and things plugged in all the time. But we're pretty good at turning off lights when not using them. And if I had the choice, I'd probably do without heating/air conditioning (except in really cold winters) but my family seems to like running the air conditioner in summer. Thankfully it's Autumn now, so our house is air conditioning-free.
We grow some of our own herbs, but that's as far as it goes. I don't do the shopping so I don't know if what we buy is locally produced, but I'm inclined to think that most, if not all, of it is. We buy our fresh food from major shopping centres.
I turn off the tap when brushing my teeth, and try to have short showers. My showers average 8 minutes. xD (If I'm washing my hair though it's more like 15 minutes.) We're pretty good with water, and that's probably due to the fact that Australia is quite water-conscious, since we're prone to droughts and bushfires.
I catch public transport to and from uni, and try to use it wherever possible. Or, I walk!
I have been environmentally/energy conscious ever since I was a young'un - the idea of living in a polluted world frightened me. Now, I think it's just the sensible thing to do. Once you spend energy, it's lost forever. And same goes for the environment. But at the same time, governmental policies that place the environment over, like, the direct wellbeing of people should be approached with caution.
As for the whole 'climate change' thing... the Earth definitely does experience natural cyclical time periods of heating/cooling. But in this case I think that human activity is making the change more extreme than it otherwise would have been. If that makes sense?