Green Living – 250 years Later

This is Green Living – 250 Years Later – Progress?

Green living – 250 years later, what an awfully sad sight to behold…!

Green living – 250 years later

What a sad sight… A Mute Swan has built a nest using discarded plastic garbage.

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Watch the Video below to see the progress we humans have made in the past 250 years!

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A load of nonsense! Who cares! More green living hog-wash!

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The Anthropocene (Human impact on the environment) is an informal geologic chronological term that serves to mark the evidence and extent of human activities that have had a significant global impact on the Earth’s ecosystems.

The term was coined recently by ecologist Eugene F. Stoermer and has been widely popularized by the Nobel Prize-winning atmospheric chemist, Paul Crutzen, who regards the influence of human behavior on the Earth’s atmosphere in recent centuries as so significant as to constitute a new geological epoch for its lithosphere.

To date, the term has not been adopted as part of the official nomenclature of the geological field of study, although it does appear it will likely be adopted.

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Sungwon

Switch to a 100% renewable enrgey supplier all the benefit of solar panels without the expense all the obvious ones use enrgey bulbs, only boil the amount of water you need, turn of lights when not in use, never leave electronics on standby, turn heating thermostats down a couple of degrees, wash at 30 instead of 40, fit a water saving device to you toilet (commonly know as a brick!!) to reduce water used for flushing, recycle and compost, use biodegradable rubbish sacks when you do throw anything out, reuse carrier bags or switch to fabric ones.Also switch some of your household products for natural or green alternatives.If at all possible use your car less walk, cycle car share etc. Where not possible offset your carbon emissions by using a green car insurance company these companies calculate your carbon emissions based on your annual mileage car size etc and then offset this with woodland projects.

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