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We can still have the cool conveniences of this world. We should just use low carbon footprint or renewable sources. 

Awhile ago, we got a Prius. The first reason is that we didn’t care about the “image” as much as we did about doing our part. We knew by living in Southern California and therefore “living” in your car, we wanted to make the right choice. Now that everyone is starting to look at hybrids and alternative fuel vehicles, it is a great thing to see. When Keesha goes to an event in the Prius, she is proud to be doing something good for the planet (and thus our son). We don’t need to arrive in a gigantic truck to feel cool. Now when the big trucks become eco-friendly, then we’ll talk!!!!

I am a big fan of pursuing solar technology. After all, that is the greatest energy source around. Sure we can find a way to harness it more efficiently. If you’ve ever driven from LA to Palm Springs then you’ve seen the Wind Farms. Awesome to think of using a renewable resource like that. 

What can you do?

You can buy offset wind/solar credits 
Buy light bulbs that use significantly less energy such as possible
Use sunlight in your home as long as you can
Don’t idle the car while sitting in a parking lot

Think out of the box. Any of you who know me personally, know that I have a thing for Steam Trains. I was so excited to find out a couple of years ago that my worlds collided! The Grand Canyon Railway converted their Heavy Oil burning Steam engine 4960 (hint: it had oil emissions [pollution]) to now burn used Vegetable Cooking oil (WVO)from their Grand Canyon South Rim resorts! Brilliant! Here is a video below:                                                                                    
Adopting Four Primary Green Living Strategies
By Yvonne Jeffery, Liz Barclay, and Michael Grosvenor
Implement these green living strategies to enjoy an eco-friendly lifestyle every day. By embracing these practices, you promote improved sustainability, decrease your carbon footprint, and become part of the solution to the environmental problems facing the planet.
Reduce consumption
Anything you do to decrease the amount of the Earth's resources you use — from choosing goods with less packaging to turning down your home's thermostat a few degrees in the winter — helps you to lead a more sustainable life.
Choose carefully
Assessing where certain products and services come from by thinking about their entire life cycles from manufacture to disposal helps you make the greenest choices possible. You not only protect the environment but also protect the people involved in the manufacturing process.
Choose renewable resources
Replacing your use of nonrenewable resources (such as energy based on fossil fuels) with renewable resources (such as solar or wind energy) is a very powerful green action — and it can be easier than you think.
Repair your community
There are plenty of ways you can help fix the damage that's already been done to the environment, from supporting tree-planting projects to helping out with community programs at home and around the world.

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“Dear friend, I hope all is well with you and that you are as healthy in body as you are strong in spirit” - 3 John 1:2 NLT
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We need to teach our kids about the importance of new energy sources, particularly renewable sources (natural sources). 

In the current adult generation there is a lot of NIMBY (Not in my backyard). Take for example the homeowners in Cape Cod who vehemently opposed off shore Mills in the wind abundant climate. Granted they have a strong right to their opinion since they paid so much for their home to have that view. But there comes a time when we must look at the bigger picture and realize we have to use our best resources to reduce costs and lower the burden we put on earth. If someone’s house was on top of an oil reserve, it would be demolished for the profit of that resource. I think we should assign other energy sources a comparable value. 

Hopefully we can teach the next generation about priorities. Importance over convenience. Society over individual. Health over Profit. 

Surely today’s children are tomorrow’s leaders and innovators. Here is a 13 year old boy who was walking and noticed the trees. It gave him idea on how to rethink solar panels. Then he worked hard, researched and got it done.
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