What did U do for the Environment today?

Sharona

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Each of us can make our tiny contributions to save the environment. What did you do today for the environment? When I took my shower today, I closed the water when I was shampooing my hair and lathering my body. I know it's not much, but it's a start and I saved some water!

I also threw my wine bottle in the recycle bin this morning.
 

SupremeVictory

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I smoked a joint and threw the filter into the bush. I also took a piss onto the bush and technically watered it. It's all biodegradable. Also, climate change is a myth.
 

Jeannie

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i picked up the poop of 2 dogs and put my recyclables at the curb 4 pick up in the morning
 

TheHaze

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I didn't drive my car today- - - - -
 

MasterBlaster

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I used to toss huge bags of garbage into the Pacific and Indian ocean.

Don't do that anymore.
 

Swamp-Duck

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I don’t leave carbon footprints cos I drive everywhere so it’s all good.
 

Oliver Shagnasty

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You can get a shut off valve installed at your shower head so you can easily shut it off and on without having to touch the hot and cold knobs.
 

Anaconda John

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Clocks ticking to do your share.

UN issues yet another climate tipping point – Humans given only 12 more years to make ‘unprecedented changes in all aspects of society’
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Kilroy

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I smoked a joint and threw the filter into the bush. I also took a piss onto the bush and technically watered it. It's all biodegradable. Also, climate change is a myth.
Have to disagree with you there. Climate change is of course real. The myth is that our species has any substantial causal effect on it. Actually, 'myth' might not be le mot juste. In fact, the claim that human beings are actively affecting the planet's climate is not so much a myth as it is a scam, the real objective of which is to redistribute wealth (for the immense personal gain of those who have positioned themselves to skim the cream off the top of the redistributed wealth, of course.)
 

Kilroy

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Clocks ticking to do your share.

UN issues yet another climate tipping point – Humans given only 12 more years to make ‘unprecedented changes in all aspects of society’
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And there's your proof -- we get these "we only have 10 years to save ourselves!!1one" panics... about every 10 years. Since 1970.
 

chew the fat

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When I took my shower today, I closed the water when I was shampooing my hair and lathering my body.
I know it's not much, but it's a start and I saved some water!

I also threw my empty water bottle in the recycle bin this morning.

I feel like I'm leading the charge in saving the environment and other people will surely follow my example.
 

Ice

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I refused a plastic bag at Walmart and just carried the budgie food in my hand.It's the little things right?
 

chew the fat

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I've been holding a wee in for about 12 hours now and I'm going to piss on a stick soon and if I'm not preggo... then I've saved the world from supporting another human.

Theoretically I could save the gene pool 365 yard apes per year.

I can see thousands of lurkers joining this forum soon just to get these environmental tips.

Best thread ever.
 

Kilroy

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I shat on a sleeping Emu so the stank would help protect it from predators.
 
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