1. Litter, a dirty job

1. Litter, a dirty job

Get your kids to do the dirty work! The little grubbers are never clean anyway, what do they care? All kidding aside – I’m on a role here – they need to understand the waste stream as well as anyone else. And, you’ll see later, that if they learn about “end of life” for the products they consume, your arguments for other issues become easier to digest.

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My daughter collected 30 lbs of garbage in an hour just around a trail next to our block!

My daughter collected 30 lbs of garbage in an hour just around a trail next to our block!

HOT TIP! Did you know there is a mat of our garbage adrift in the Pacific Ocean? Check out this TED Talk by Capt. Charles Moore to learn more about the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

Read more tips, that just might work, here.


Live within limits without limiting life

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Environmentalist Egalitarian Engineer Writer There, I finally said it. View all posts by ahemmayispeak

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