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Wednesday, August 16, 2006

WEEKLY Q: On being green

When someone asks you what 'being green means to you' what do you answer?

My answer would be that for me being green is about living with an appreciation for the interconnectedness of our world, an acceptance that people and planet count for more in the long term than profit. In practical terms it means engaging my brain when making decisions involving resources of any kind.

I guess in as few words as possible being green, to me, means, caring about our world.

What does 'being green' mean to you?




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At 8:05 PM, Blogger Lynn said...

Hmm, that IS a very good question. Personally, being green to me just means making better choices and knowing how and what practices/products affect the world around us, and consciously making an effort to live in greener ways.

At 12:04 AM, Blogger City Hippy said...

Hi Lynn

Good answer...the interconnectedness of things...lord knows, we need more of that...




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