We know you know. But we’re going to tell you again.
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illustrations by Joanna Neborsky
Oceans made of water remain our preference. Yours?
Tighten your wallet and your calves.
In the lousy-for-the-environment contest, plastic trumps aluminum.
Cut costs, cut emissions, cut the line.
Don't turn on the Maytag until it is 100% jam-packed with your dirty dishes. Lower water bills + fewer clean-ups? You're welcome.
Who's the dim bulb still using incandescents? Switch to CFLs or LEDs; they'll smarten up any room.
Next time, skip the BBQ: the journey from trough to table hurts more than your insides.
The bottom line? 424,000 trees.
Plastic cups and bottles are choking our oceans, ourselves.
Take heart, Gladys: he's leaving a smaller carbon footprint on that midnight train.
On the bus you're free to catch up on your reading, writing, and arithmetic.