Point Well Taken

April 23rd, 2007

Just got a very reasonable email from a viewer:

Hi Josh:

I am watching your show right now. Am I alone in seeing the absurdity of you exploring the "greening" of Berkeley while holding a DISPOSABLE FAST FOOD CUP AND LID?

That is one of the things YOU can do. Stop using disposable cups.

Absolutely right! Lots of habits to change in these challenging times.

Entry Filed under: citizenship,let's digress

1 Comment

  • 1. Julie Bernstein  |  April 23rd, 2007 at 8:52 pm

    One of the most effective actions we can take against environmental destruction is switching to a plant-based diet. This fact doesn’t get nearly as much attention in the media as recycling and alternate fuel sources, but our dietary choices make just as much of an impact. Switching to a 100% vegan or vegetarian diet isn’t necessary to contribute to the healing process, but the fewer animal products, the less damage to our planet Earth (and our bodies). Dr. John McDougall has some good information about this subject in his December 2006 newsletter.


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