|From The Daily Mail, May 11, 2012, Eddie Wren for Mail Online|
Photo taken by Russian weather satellite Electro-L with
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Use natural gardening practices, stop using pesticides and poisons; recycle; grow your own fresh vegetables in the summer and learn how to preserve them for use through the winter; encourage energy-saving technologies by harnessing the power of our waves, our Sun, and our wind. Conserve, re-use, re-imagination and recreate. Plant trees. Volunteer to help clean up public parkways and plant flowers. Hound your Congressional representatives and Senators to keep our water and our air and our soil free from pollutants and to clean up our "Superfund" sites. In your home, when old appliances die, recycle them, and buy new water-conserving models of washers; hang your wash in the backyard to dry (if you have one) instead of using a dryer; replace old water-wasting toilets with low volume/high air velocity flush toilets; get those dripping faucets fixed, you'd be amazed how much water drips down the drain every single day. Go energy efficient with your windows, insulation, roofing, and indoor lighting and heating/cooling.
We can each do more than we think we can, and it all makes a difference! Love your Mother Earth.