Going “green” doesn’t mean we must join forces with others and become labeled as “tree huggers”.
Going green means we are aware of our carbon footprint and hope to make changes in our lives which, in turn, will make this world a better place for future generations.
Although some may say, “what can just one person do?”, it’s proven, individually, we can do a lot. This NBOTW will show you how.
For anyone interested in living more green, this blog is worth bookmarking.
In a recent post, she shares the story of the car that’s being developed which will run on air. To quote her,
The French company MDI (Moteur Development International), has licensed ZPM (Zero Pollution Motors) of New Paltz, N.Y., to produce the air powered car for North America by early 2010. ZPM will build the first of several plants in the Northeast (U.S.) for production of up to 10,000 Air Cars a year.
She continues the post by providing the specifics of this new automobile, including the proposed price.
Sharing great ways to save energy is also included in her blog posts. In her post titled, Green Switch, she writes:
Even when powered down, all of your computer desk equipment, your pc, printer, modem, etc., are consuming power.
The tips shared in this post can cut your electric bill and save hundreds of dollars over time.
Save even more with your cell phone. Did you know you can make free 411 calls on your cell phone? You can. In her post titled, Cell Phone Tips, she shares the number to call (saving between $1.00 to $1.75 per call).
She found me by leaving a comment on my OM blog. At the time her blog was only days old. I’ve followed her progress ever since (March 2008).
Her name is Linda, and her blog is “Forced Green”
Please join me in welcoming Linda to the community here at BWAB, and don’t forget to stop by her blog as well.
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