i dont drive a hybrid but i am very concerned about what i put in my body but i am not a freak. i am doing what i can for the environment and i recycle am vegetarian
05/31/2010 - 10:10pm
Don't always buy organic, do try to use green cleaning products and do drive a Ford hybrid.
06/01/2010 - 8:00pm
I think it's just too expensive to buy organic. Most of us can't afford it. I don't see the point any way. when only the wealthy can buy and use organic products.
06/02/2010 - 4:39pm
not green........i turn off the lights and no we do not have a compost in our garden we do our best
i am not going to feel guilty about the light bulbs we choose to use or the garbage we dispose of. we have two cats whom we love.
I suggest that we go "kindness' more than go green. if everyone was kind to everyone they met what a nicer stress-less day we could all have, yes? and yes want a tomorrow for my grandchildren but how about one where families do not kill each other, where families talk to each other, where we would not be arguing about all this stuff but trying to help and I mean help physically, emotionally, spiritually for one another.
i am not talking about a political statement about 'one kind act a day'....or paying it forward. But to have the heart of compassion and love.
I know this will bring on a surge of anger which i am not interested in hearing. How about spending your energy for the rest of the week being kind to everyone you work with, to all family members. to all friends and co-workers and to those of us who just are not 'going green'.
06/02/2010 - 8:53pm
Being green doesn't just mean buying organic. Recycleing, composting, reusing, growing your own food weather veggies, fruits, grains or meat products is all (green). We all do what we can,dont need a score card.
06/03/2010 - 12:36pm
Everything in moderation...including organic.
06/03/2010 - 7:25pm
We drive a hybrid, recycle, reuse and only purchase items that can be recycled, we bring recycle bags to parties/potlucks and will recycle the waterbottles and cans from guests, we compost, we use reusable shopping bags, and lots more. ...And we're also kind to others. Being green and being kind at the same time is easy. However, we don't buy organic.
06/07/2010 - 12:41am
Where is the option for most people who cannot always afford organic and green products?
06/08/2010 - 9:41am
I can't afford organic, with the exception of the beautiful baby bok choy that a local Asian grocery sells for $3.00 a bag.
I recycle (bottles, plastics, cans, junkmail - our county takes it all!), I freecycle. I don't drive a hybrid bud would if I could afford one.