An Answer from a FriendThis photographer was discussing his dilemma with a friend. The friend listened carefully and when the photographer had talked himself out, the friend suggested an answer. He told the photographer to look closely at one particular close up of a young woman who had been captured in picture.

My children enjoy growing plants from seeds. Get a paper cup (biodegradable is best), fill it 2/3 of the way with potting soil. Add a seed (try basil, thyme, parsley, or dill), cover with another 1/2 inch of soil and gently water. Apprendre qu’une amie a command trois exemplaires du Journal d’une seconde vie . Oui, trois d’un coup ! Lui dire que cela fait chaud au cur. Remarquer les nouvelles petites feuilles du chvrefeuille plant juste devant le portillon de la maison.

Okay. So I get that washing dishes in an electric dishwasher seems just about as green as is a plastics factory, but hear me out. Even as the water usage of a home automated dishwasher is as wasteful as wasteful can be, we can still manage to make it as Eco friendly as is possible in terms of pollutants.

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In drought hit Delhi, the haves get limitless water, the poor fight for every dropIn this teeming capital city of more than 20 million people, a worsening drought is amplifying the vast inequality between India rich and poor. The politicians, civil servants and corporate lobbyists who live in substantial houses and apartments in central Delhi pay very little to get limitless supplies of piped water whether for their bathrooms, kitchens or to wash the car, dog, or spray a manicured lawn. How are we doing? Hanging in there? I’m talking specifically to the cricket fans, a collective who will truly deserve their participation medal when the World Cup reaches its conclusion next weekend.