Why Not Give A Recycled Or Homemade Gift For Christmas Cause Climate Change?

The 25 days of Climate Christmas continue

(Telegraph) This year has been a watershed for public concern about climate change and rising fuel bills. Across Europe and in the traditionally more sceptical United States, more than half the population accept that climate change is a serious threat, and want their governments to do more to limit carbon emissions.

In addition, the grinding years of austerity combined with rising fuel bills mean this Christmas, a home-made or recycled gift will be joyfully received. That doesn’t mean you have to give everyone paperweights made from stones you picked up in a field. There is a wide range of gifts out there, from virtually free to very generous that will not use up precious resources or contribute to environmental damage. Here is a selection of some of my favourite things.

Say, I wonder why fuel bills are rising? Couldn’t be due to yet another cold winter coming coupled with idiotic climate change policies, including the “carbon” allowances and reliance on “alternatives” that do not work when it’s most needed, could it?

Anyhow, Sarah Lonsdale offers 7 ideas for Christmas gifts

  • Vintage/reclaimed
  • Homemade
  • Adopt-a-tree
  • Renewable
  • Recycled
  • Energy saving
  • Esoteric (things like memberships, tickets to exhibits, etc)

These are actually good ideas for Christmas. I’m looking very green with a nice woolen (renewable) pullover for my Mom (I’m not worried she will read this. She’s not in to politics). But, really, the Warmists have once again hijacked common sense items for their ludicrous, harebrained cult.

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One Response to “Why Not Give A Recycled Or Homemade Gift For Christmas Cause Climate Change?”

  1. Gumballs_Of_Winter says:

    This year has been a watershed for public concern about climate change and rising fuel bills.

    Nah, mainly ‘rising fuel bills’. People don’t care about climate change when they can’t pay their cooling or heating bills, let alone just trying to stay alive.

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