a mini-bar in Boulder. . . $12 gummy bears. . . an $18 oxygen boost. . . if you buy the stuffed prairie dog, you help relocate prairie-dog colonies displaced by front-range construction.
IKEA doesn’t say their crap is better for the planet. They say it’s better for People + Planet. People first, planet second. And the planet is a flimsy cut-out that looks like it had an algae overgrowth.
why is there a “best by” date? what happens when your water goes bad? do you throw it away?
All You Can Eat at Sea World. They are trying everything to bring the crowds back. I’m a little afraid to ask what’s in their hand-crafted sandwiches…
At Seuss Landing in Universal Studios, children receive environmental training directly from the Lorax. The park also acts as the official steward for the last grove of Truffula trees.
In other news, Universal Studios is biggering…
Florida is packed with lakes and ponds and reservoirs, etc., more water than ninety-percent of the U.S… but in Orlando, the resorts choose to ship in water from Fiji, a small island on the opposite side of the globe. Apparently this is good for the planet.
I’ll take some eco blabber, with a side of corporate speak.
When asking people to save the earth… don’t forget the smiling dolphin.
THINK GREEN PLEASE