April 22, 2008

Let's talk Earth Day



I have a question on those reusable grocery sacks...

So many are using them these days, So...What are you lining your garbage cans with? Has anyone found a garbage sack that is environmentally friendly?


Next topic, I loved this post. I want to see Al Gore's house(s), because it should be Covered in solar panels, with One hybrid car and a Huge compost pile in the yard. I too am getting tired of being preached to by those not practicing!

Last, I agree with my mom...It's the Baby Boomers in Menopause that are causing Global Warming! (Good one, Mom!)

6 comments:

Pedaling said...

love your moms point of view-it's more along the lines of my own.
hey i love the earth every day- it's a beautiful place in which we live-don't care for the political nature of which this day implys but don't get me started.

glad you enjoyed the fisth-i just made that one last night- this soup recipe is good, but i would say the fish is better. I'll give you a heads up on the favs- like for instance the banana bread, have you made that one yet?

anyway thanks for all your sweet comments on my blog all the time

Mindi said...

yup, you and kami are mos def sisters. thanks for trying to help us waster-mc-wastersons....i'm trying harder, does that count?

Shauna said...

I know Al Gore's house c-mon and I loved Tiffany's post about Oprah, HELLO, she is not one to be preaching about living with less.

Tiffany said...

How funny! I just began wondering about my trash can liners the other day! I suppose it would be wise to just dump from the lined trash can into the big garbage bin. Of course, sooner or later the liner will get so nasty and smelly that it will have to be chucked, but I guess it would still help to be putting fewer plastic bags into the landfill.

Kami said...

They need to make a biodegradable liner so that my OCD-ness of having everything contained can rest assured.

P.S. Al Gore's house does have solar panels, I only know this because I saw him on Oat-ba yesterday. Funny!

Heather said...

Bio Bags. We use them for our compost and our trash cans and our diaper bins (with bio diapers).