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Friday, February 17, 2006

NEWS: Ethical Awards

City Hippy is all about positive reinforcement as you all know. We don't do bitching, moaning, groaning or judgemental ego-bigotry. Plenty of that around to turn folks off of caring about people and planet and trying to make a change or two.

So I was filled with joy to learn (via Treehugger I might add) of the Observer Ethical Awards.

There are lots of good people out there doing lots of good things for the greening of the planet and occasionally we need to stop and realise how well we all do and how far we have come.

City Hippy salutes all the nominees but we have some favs. Please do go vote and support the Awards and especially Ecover for backing them in such a massive way.

Namaste

Al

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1 Comments:

At 3:17 PM, Blogger Maya said...

Good to know about this Awards...thanks Al :-) I'll check it out and vote later.

Ecover is also the cheapest out of other products in the same category, from the two biocoops I've been too and other smaller organic shops I've checked. Cool..they're based in Belgium I think. I bought a few of their products already...:-)

 

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