I stumbled across this post with an awesome slide show. It is such an interesting concept that there are seemingly innocuous items that the pursuit of environmental concern is going to obliterate. Many of them are iconic. I didn’t know what to expect but I was not expecting the yellow pages to be the first on the
I just had this video link sent to me. I am staggered. Thanks to @madeupstats for the occasional real one.
I have recently been inspired by spring springing up around me unannounced. There has been so much snow this year that it has come as a bit of a shock. This lent, wife and I have decided not to give up something trivial but actually strive to give up a bit more carbon footprint. I
Check out this great new video from Do The Green Thing. We were just discussing whether our freshly expressed churches were fostering disciples or breeding consumers….
Prince Charles has a great initiative looking at combating climate change. Check out the youtube channel.
Less than 12 hrs after posting about Do the Green Thing, BBC news is telling me about how Grannies are going into school to show children how to “Make do and Mend” as a way of being All Consuming. Apparantly there is a load of stuff on youtube too but I haven’t had time to
“Do The Green Thing” is making its way through the month by producing a video from the comedienne Josie Long who is using everything she has!!
Do the Green Thing is web site that uses celebrity endorsement to come up with fun ways of being more environmentally friendly. I first heard about it a few months ago through Justin Hawkins blog on Myspace. He produced a song for the site called ‘Do it in the Dark’ – a truly ingenious way of
Here is an interesting idea for social action. A methodist church is giving energy monitors to each member of their congregation. The monitor gives an ongoing price rating of how much electricity it being used per minute. An interesting way of encouraging faith to be lived out.