A. Wind power is nice…but it really doesn’t provide enough power to fully address our energy needs.
B. These wind turbines are threatening several endangered species of birds.
C. It’s nice to see that clean energy awareness has begun to take hold in heavy industry.
D. These ugly hunks of mechanical junk are ruining my view.
A. Are sitting in your SUV wondering why traffic is so backed up this year on your way to your local Earth Fair.
B. Are sitting at home disgruntled about the fact that “Earth Fair” has become such an exploitative capitalist spend-fest
C. Are relaxing on your favorite mode of public transportation- on your way to Earth Fair.
D. Are dumbfoundedly looking at a poster or news story for Earth Fair thinking, “Dude Earth Fair was today.”
A. Grass and Trees
B. An overplayed catchphrase touted by every fair-weather ‘activist’ who was filling up landfills for the last 20 years while you were raising awareness.
C. The universal buzzword for the modern environmentalist movement.
A. I wonder how long it takes for those things to pay for themselves?
B. I wonder how much longer my aging solar panels are going to last?
C. I wonder what is the next step towards eliminating the waste and pollution involved in making and disposing of panels and thus making the solar industry a clean sustainable system?
D. I wonder how long it will take people to realize that in the end, solar power is just as environmentally harmful as any other form of energy production?
A. Did you know that flatulence from the cattle raised to produce the beef you sell is responsible for almost a third of all methane emissions worldwide?
B. You’re not in a restaurant because none of the local establishments understand what it 'really means to be green.'
C. Was your beef factory farmed, and was it grown using hormone injections? Also, were your vegetables grown organically?
D. Do you have any vegetarian entrees?
A. Drive down to the local Starbucks, and get a cup of their fair trade certified coffee, complete with a recycled cup jacket.
B. You drink a cup of your own garden grown herb tea.
C. You stroll down to your local ‘Green’ Coffee Shop…and you bring your own mug.
D. Go to 7/11 and get a 30% post consumer content cup of coffee and a couple of those little plastic creamer containers.
A. That’s too bad…someone should start a charity dedicated to preserving these irreplaceable icons of social and/or evolutionary progress.
B. I’ve been saying it for 20 years, did anyone listen, of course not…and now their upset because the tourists are missing out on their photo opportunities. Hmmph serves them right. I can’t believe I’m even donating to the World Wonder Preservation Alliance this year…
C. I should start a charity dedicated to preserving these irreplaceable icons of social and/or evolutionary progress.
D. Wow…I better go see them before their gone.
A. It’s just another excuse for the western medical pharmaceutical establishment to rape the environment and scare people.
B. It is Mother Earth’s way of punishing humanity for our treacherous plundering of the gifts she has so willingly given.
C. It’s a red flag, alluding to some of the unintended consequences of Modern Factory Farming, and the close interaction of humans and livestock.
D. It’s a great reason to stay home from school or work- thus reducing your carbon footprint.
A. Start a blog about how America can catch up and thus regain our role as a moral leader on the world stage.
B. Chain yourself to a tree across the street from the white house, and go on hunger strike until your list of environmentally targeted demands are met.
C. Begin lobbying your local congressman on a weekly basis, letting him or her know just how poignant the issues of sustainability and environmental practices are to you and your constituents.
D. Start planning your move to France.