Frog in duckweed, photo by Eric Beiter

Going green is now a major force in our society thanks to the increased media attention and growing support in our popular culture.   Now more than ever, it is driving our politics thanks in part to President Obama's attention on matters like Global Warming and Climate Change, focusing national efforts on renewable power development, and creating incentives for improving energy efficiency in our homes.  Millions of people nationwide are motivated to leave the planet in healthy shape for their children and grandchildren, and want to live more sustainable lives.  So why not join the green revolution, whether just by helping to save the Earth's natural resources for future generations, improving yours and your family's health and nutrition, or by making your home a healthier, safer and more sustainable place to live.  I am reading a book by Greg Horn on this subject, titled: "Living Green, a Practical Guide to Simple Sustainability."  Horn reiterates my case in point about switching our mindset to live green in our daily lives.  He says, "The call to action is now; and remember, green is the new red, white, and blue."
Eric Beiter
2/11/2010 14:59:57

I am currently reading "Farewell, My Subaru" (2008) by Doug Fine. This book tells the story of one man's journey to become carbon neutral. It is a fact filled, humorous, and educational look at moving from a life driven by fossil fuel to one driven by alternative energies. I good book, that I recommend reading. Oh yeah, he raises goats too!


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