We are living exceptional times. Scientists tell us that we have 10 years to change the way we live, avert the depletion of natural resources and the catastrophic evolution of the Earth’s climate.
The stakes are high for us and our children.
The solutions are there today, we all have the power to change, it’s up to us to write what happens next. Act for the planet ! What are we waiting for?
Reducing your eco-footprint by following the rule of the three R’s: Reduce, reuse, and recycle. can be a good start. We all must help protect the environment. Check this website to pick your choice among these 100ways to reduce your impact. Just place your mouse gently on each of the tips and an explanation will come up.
Personally, I find step 62 a very funny one: if it’s yellow, let it mellow, if it’s brown, flash it down.
If you want to go even further, one of our most famous TV hostess, Mercedes Milá, dropped a bombshell some time ago admitting to love peeing in the shower. She said it was eco-friendly in that there’s no toilet to flush and no paper used. Lastly, she said it was the only time she could ever pee standing up, so she likes to take advantage. When hearing about it, many people started giving their opinion which went from a “Heck yeah! What’s the big deal?”, to an honest “Only if I really need to” or to an extremely gross thought “Ewwwwwww….no.”
Some countries like Brazil are making it news. Television ads in that country encourage people to pee in the shower as a way to save water, don’t you believe me? check the ad
…and, always sticklers for protocol, the British don’t want to get caught in the same situation without laying out a set of rules. Have a look at them
Is there any you like or follow? Pick one and leave a comment on it.