Tips for Green Living

Sheryl CanterThis post is by Sheryl Canter, an Online Writer and Editorial Manager at Environmental Defense.

Are you thinking about climate-related New Year’s resolutions? In addition to this list of ideas from our Web site, here are some articles we’ve posted on green living that can give you some ideas.

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  1. radar96us
    Posted December 14, 2008 at 8:55 pm | Permalink

    If anyone would stop and do some research they would find that the Earth’s temperature has been DROPPING since 1998. We have NO SUNSPOT ACTIVITY which historically means lower temps! A large majority of the scientists quoted in the U.N. report didn’t agree with the final report. Can you say “cherry picking”? Many Climatologists agree that we are in the beginning of a COOLING PERIOD due to the lack of solar activity. The warmest decade in the 20th century wasn’t the 1990s, it was the 1930s! Can anyone say “Dust Bowl” or do they even teach that in school anymore? Read the “Grapes of Wrath”! We have mindless morons leading us to destruction. By the way, how much money has Al Gore made off of Global Warming and “Carbon Credits” so far? Any guesses? Go to Learn what the politicians aren’t telling you!!! Why was the Earth warmer in the years of 300 A.D.-1100 A.D.? Why was the Earth in a “Little Ice Age” from about 1200 A.D. to approximately 1860 A.D.? You can’t blame cars or coal fueled powered plants! They didn’t exist! Folks, open your brains! There are 8 billion people more or less that exhale CO2 every second. One last thing, ice core samples show that CO2 increases FOLLOW temperature increases, not the other way around!!!! Also, CO2 is currently at about 386 Parts Per Million. That’s not 10%, its not 1%, Its not even 1/1000 of a per cent! Its 386/1000 of a per cent! Excuse me while I put on a sweater! It snowed in Houston, TX and New Orleans, LA this last week!!!

  2. Posted January 27, 2010 at 11:13 am | Permalink

    While a list of green tips is useful, how about a list that tells you what has the most impact on the environment? See the green tips at

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