Let’s Make Every Day Earth Day To Fight Hotcoldwetdry Or Something

The article rather has a good point, namely that we should be thinking about the environment every day, not just one day, or one hour, a year. But, of course, ‘climate change’ is not an environmental issue, it’s a political one

(San Diego Free Press) Last month’s annual Earth Day reminded people all over the globe of the importance of our planet’s health to everyday lives and to survival of future generations.  Locally, thousands swarmed Balboa Park to celebrate the popular Earth Fair San Diego.

Earth Day plays a larger role than sending a powerful message about the necessity of environmental protection and sustainability. More directly, it attracts countless volunteers in San Diego and beyond to spend the holiday working toward creating a healthier planet and pushing back against forces that are rapidly changing our climate.

See, I was good with everything except the survival of our species thing and climate. We should care about our environment. We should do what we can. Be environmentally responsible.

But, this is about climate change, so, the author Hutton Marshall, who’s a member of the always unhinged 350.org, has a few recommendations, the first of which is to volunteer for an environmental organization. Because free labor.

Ah, but he also recommends that Warmists lead by example, and

For starters, try walking or biking to work or school whenever possible–your body and your wallet will thank you for that. Installing solar panels and insulation, going “zero waste” and installing low-flow shower heads to reduce water usage are all ways to make an impact without any time commitment – and are likely to save money over time.

One of the easiest ways for most people to significantly lower their carbon footprint is to reduce the amount of meat and dairy they eat – say cutting out a cheeseburger or two a week — because raising livestock for food is tremendously energy and water intensive. John Robbins, once heir to the world’s largest ice cream chain Baskin-Robbins, makes convincing arguments in his book and film Diet for a New America why we should not eat ice cream or other animal products.

Well, there you go. Get cracking, Warmists.

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2 Responses to “Let’s Make Every Day Earth Day To Fight Hotcoldwetdry Or Something”

  1. John says:

    Fort McMurray burning up? Is that also a normal Holocene era event ? They have had multiple record heat days, the Arctic is getting warmer faster than most other places

  2. Dana says:

    My birthday is April 22nd, and Earth Day was scheduled on that date in my honor, and no other day may have Earth Day.

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