I’m really not a crazy environmentalists who is constantly in your face about conservation and recycling. Really, I’m not. But this weekend I had an opportunity to catch up on some podcasts that I subscribe to, and this is one I watched and even shared with family members as we waited to eat dinner together at a restaurant Saturday evening. I’m always behind on this podcast since it is a video one. I tend to listen to podcasts as I make my 55 minute drive to work each day, so video podcasts have to be caught up on later when I can sit down and both watch and listen–impossible (for me) to do while driving.
A few weeks ago I shared what I considered to be a stroke of genius on how to save South Carolina’s education through charging for oversized trash pick up/undersized recycling bins and for both paper/plastic bags at stores. This video podcast was sitting in my iPod probably the whole time. Please take a few minutes to watch. WOW. Makes me want to really push my agenda about the recycling we should be doing, not for money’s sake, but instead for our world’s sake. Sigh.
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