Testimonials for share the light and living green
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I think that “share the light” is a easy & simple way to offset our carbon footprint.
Founder of Vital Eco Intelligence
Paul Grace is onto something very important here. Individually we have influence on our natural
heritage. Collectively we can and must turn the fate of our ecology. Human beings have been too
successful as a species; now we should look more closely at our impact and embrace change that
will reduce it.
I use my bike as my main means of transportation.
Cat O' Neal
Global warming has the power to bring us together across the globe because this threat affects us
all. Let's unite to transform our planet.
Kathlyn O' Conner
Graduate of Evergreen State College, Olympia Washington
I am loving living on planet earth, living green is one way I can show that love.
Paul's Mom & Senior citizen
This is a great way to help our planet.
Switching over to CFL’s does make a difference.
I wish you much success !!
Green is our future scene.
Green is go
Red is stop.
Berkeley Psychology student from Colombia
High-speed rail would take 91 million cars of the road in California.
I support pro environment.
We can have a better future, it’s completely in our hands.
Bring your own tupperware for eating out, that way you save plastic, paper & styrofoam.
Berkeley go green !
If you want to be lean, go green.
Start “going green’ with yourself. Think about producing less garbage, save nature in everyday life.
That’s what I’m trying to do by myself.
Be more cautious with your fertilizers, try to use products that have less toxicity wherever
possible. So to prevent a lot of chemical runoff into our water system.
Information should be more widely available on how to recycle and where to recycle household
products that don’t go in ordinary recycling bins.
“It’s not easy being green” said Kermit the frog , But we can !!
Don’t let your water run.
If you want to predict the future.
Help create the future.
Everyone thinks that they can’t make a big difference. If everyone who thought that joined
together, we could make a big difference.
U C Berkeley sociology student
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