Whew! Finally, We Learn How To Go Green At Christmas!

Once we get past Thanksgiving, it has become an Alarmist tradition to push their alarmist ideas and attempt to co-opt Christmas-time, annoying everyone else. And, here we go

15 Ways to Go Green at the Holidays: Green holiday ideas for Christmas, Chanukah, and more

In my green Thanksgiving story, I talked about how Americans generates 25 percent more trash during the holiday season.

Even though Thanksgiving is now behind us, the December holidays bring plenty of trash opportunities with them—what with more shopping and cooking, and there is the present-opening at the gift-giving portion of the holidays. Add in all the energy use from extra travel and hospitality, and these last weeks of the year end up having quite an impact on our natural resources.

I guess you could say that I’ve had trash on the brain. So when I recently came across a tip sheet from The Sustainability and Environment Management Office at Vanderbilt University that offered 15 ways you can have a green Christmas, Chanukah, or whatever holiday you celebrate in December, it piqued my interest. I figured I’d share those 15 tips with you. That way if you’re looking to have a green Christmas (or whatever holiday you celebrate), you’ll have some ideas on how to do that:

Head on over for the 15 ideas, which are the same old ideas, which, really, made some sense in terms of protecting the environment, but, are meant more about globull warming nowadays. I’ve always enjoyed this one

Turn your thermostat down when you are traveling or having a party—extra guests generate more heat

Turn it down to what, exactly? I keep mine at 68 this time of year. What should I turn it down to? They never really tell us (and rarely ever do it themselves.)

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3 Responses to “Whew! Finally, We Learn How To Go Green At Christmas!”

  1. Adobe Walls says:

    At some point tolerance for these nitwits will reach a tipping point.

  2. david7134 says:

    I am going to burn a huge brush and leaf pile. It is about the size of a house. It should release a ton of CO2.

  3. david7134 says:

    I forgot. Then I am going to spray for pine beetles and fungus. I should release enough chemical for one day in WWI.

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