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That Green Meaning


Written on June 20, 2008 – 7:46 pm | by Rick

Reuse, recycleToday the biggest issue is global warming, the carbon foot prints and other issues that is related with the ecosystem many people have been doing researches and even some popular people made a documentary about the biggest issue that we have to be aware of but for some people, do they really understand the meaning of this certain issue in the ecosystem I think it’s time to start to be aware inch by inch the meaning for starters.

Alternative Energy – Is a term applied to energy sources that create less environmental damage than fossil fuels, such as wind, flowing water, solar energy and biomass, which is derived from organic matter that’s been photosynthesized.

Biodegradable – describes anything that decomposes into harmless compounds, its Mother Nature’s simple yet effective way of tidying up. You can think of it as the ultimate hands free vacuum cleaner.

The biodegradable symbol is green globe and commonly appears on washing detergents produced with an eco-conscience.

Biofuels – are eco-friendly alternatives to petrol, diesel and LPG gas made from not so long ago living plants or animals, or manure.

Carbon footprints – is the amount of carbon dioxide we release into the atmosphere by living our everyday lives: doing things like driving to work, drying clothes in fact, it encompasses everything from the shoes we wear to the books we eat.

Carbon Neutral – describes a balancing act, and one we’re encouraged to do each time we create carbon dioxide emissions. It’s based on the idea that when you create carbon emissions, you should also do something that cancels out their negative effects, such as planting a tree to absorb, the carbon dioxide your holiday trip pumped out. Think of it as giving back a little of what you’ve taken.

Carbon Offsetting – involves making green investments that compensate for any unavoidable greenhouse gas emissions you create, for instance when you fly overseas, drive to the supermarket in your car or buy new furniture for your home.

Compost – is Mother Nature’s clever way of recycling. The work that goes on inside the average compost bin is amazing. Tiny microorganisms that live in the bin chew up everyday organic materials, such as veggie scraps, grass cuttings and manure turning each into substance called humus. The resulting compost can be used as fertilizer to condition soil. That is so perfect for the garden.

Compact Fluorescent Bulbs – are different from the light bulbs we’ve been using for decades because they use less energy and last much longer.
Desalination – is all about removing salt either from water for drinking or from soil for better farming.
Ecologically Sustainable Development – is development that’s good for today and doesn’t create ecological problems for future generations, whose needs are just as important as our own.

There are a lot of words that are related to these ones and they only point out to one thing that is to inform us consumers and citizens of the world to be conscious. Let us start to be aware so we can start to care for our planets sake.


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