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May 10, 2008

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Greenbaby

Pollen's article is right on target. So often our eco-friendly actions seem insignificant in the grand scheme of things. Still, they really are the only thing we have control over. Stewardship is a reflection of our character so it's worth the extra effort even in the crazy, sleep deprived world of baby rearing.

Eredux

Check out this US Carbon Footprint Map, an interactive United States Carbon Footprint Map, illustrating Greenest States to Cities. This site has all sorts of stats on individual State & City energy consumptions, demographics and much more down to your local US City level...

http://www.eredux.com/states/

matt

The "evil twin" idea reminds me of a point I made to a co-worker (and friend) who was voting for Bush in 2004. The best response I could give was: my vote will cancel you out.

I like the idea that being green is something we have control over. Most, if not all of us, regularly struggle with being green. So optimism in the form of an article can inspire me for weeks.

Raleigh

It's Pollan. With an A.

MadsaboutU

I have started on some herb garden myself. I think everyone should try to help our environment as much as they can for the sake of our kid's future.

MadsaboutU

I have started on some herb garden myself. I think everyone should try to help our environment as much as they can for the sake of our kid's future.

Mollyh

Great article - glad you posted it because I missed it back in April! The comparison to Havel and Michnik was an interesting one. For me, seemingly small acts like changing my light bulb matter because of the mentality that grows from such an act.

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