Featured Post from VBTroubleshooterby, 12-11-2012 at 07:03 AM
It's amazing how fitting that advertizing phrase is in today's world.
What has that got to do with being greener people you ask?
Well it has a great deal to do with the attitude in the world that the phrase is meant to buy into. People have gotten so used to the instant gratification with little effort brought on in our technological world of instant messaging and instant social interaction, that putting an effort into anything for the majority of people is out of the question unless they are forced into a corner.
That makes it real easy for government and big business to slide things past us by offering us some crumbs while keeping the things that really would make a difference ecologically firmly ...
Featured Post from Oly Shippby, 10-12-2012 at 12:22 AM
We're all trying to be green - and I do the usual things (cycle to work, insulate the home, recycle and compost, eat only veggie and mostly organic food…).
But if I fly a few times a year it seems to undo all my good work!
Am I green enough?