Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Realize

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*Repined #1* Love bicycles, fitness, health or just a fan of not polluting the environment? This bicycle print may be the perfect decor for your home or office space. "The bicycle is a simple solution to some of the world's most complicated problems." Such a true statement! This is a print of my original illustration and text design. Colors include a charcoal, pavement grey for the text and bike illustration, light grey and off white make up the distressed/worn background.

Bicycle is a Simple Solution Art Print in Pavement Grey

Love bicycles, fitness, health or just a fan of not polluting the environment? This bicycle print may be the perfect decor for your home or office space. "The bicycle is a simple solution to some of the world's most complicated problems." Such a true statement! This is a print of my original illustration and text design. Colors include a charcoal, pavement grey for the text and bike illustration, light grey and off white make up the distressed/worn background. This design is printed on Ultra…

*Repined #5* Roll on, deep and dark blue ocean, roll.

*Repined #5* Roll on, deep and dark blue ocean, roll.

*Repined #9* Global Carbon Footprint.. odd that OXFAM chooses inoffensive green and cantaloupe colors for the biggest offenders

Global Carbon Footprint Infographic

This infographic by Stanford Kay of a stylized footprint is composed of circles sized relative to the carbon emissions of each nation and color coded according to region.

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*Repined #2* Have We Reached The Point Of No Return?

Have We Reached The Point Of No Return?

Share on Facebook Twitter Google+ E-mail Reddit The Associated Press reports that new figures released by the federal government show levels of carbon dioxide rose dramatically in 2012, making it unlikely that global warming can be limited to another 2 degrees. Many governments set a 2 degree increase as their upper limit goal. Scientists say …

*Repined #6* Hybrids: The Not-so Environmentally Friendly Car Infographic

Hybrids: The Not-so Environmentally Friendly Car

Hybrids are, without a doubt, bad for the environment. While the vehicle gives off less CO2 emissions than a conventional automobile, it is the produc

*City-Based Solution #1* "More than 20 public buildings in Seattle are LEED-certified or under construction for LEED certification. Through an incentive program, residents are encouraged to install solar panels on their homes for energy conservation. Sustainable Ballard, a green neighborhood group and sustainability festival host, offers ongoing workshops about how to live in harmony with the environment."

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*City-Based Solution #1* "More than 20 public buildings in Seattle are LEED-certified or under construction for LEED certification. Through an incentive program, residents are encouraged to install solar panels on their homes for energy conservation. Sustainable Ballard, a green neighborhood group and sustainability festival host, offers ongoing workshops about how to live in harmony with the environment."

*School-Based Solution #2* "UCSB puts up formidable numbers: 44 of its buildings are LEED certified, 47% of academic departments offer a class about sustainability (for a total of 321 classes and 217 faculty members who do eco-research), 50% of food served is local, and 75% of waste gets saved from the landfill via recycling and composting; the goal is to get that latter percentage to 100 by 2020."

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*School-Based Solution #2* "UCSB puts up formidable numbers: 44 of its buildings are LEED certified, 47% of academic departments offer a class about sustainability (for a total of 321 classes and 217 faculty members who do eco-research), 50% of food served is local, and 75% of waste gets saved from the landfill via recycling and composting; the goal is to get that latter percentage to 100 by 2020."

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*Closing Thoughts Transformation* Things cannot continue the way they are. We only have one earth and we can't afford to waste it. I am personally going to start using a reusable water bottle for starters. I play tennis and I must go through 5 or 6 plastic water bottles a week. That's going to kill the planet. I also take long showers.

*Closing Thoughts Transformation* Things cannot continue the way they are. We only have one earth and we can't afford to waste it. I am personally going to start using a reusable water bottle for starters. I play tennis and I must go through 5 or 6 plastic water bottles a week. That's going to kill the planet. I also take long showers.

*My Pledge* Its important that we all try to do our part for the environment. Even if it seems like a small change, it can have a significant impact. If everyone just did one small thing, there would be tremendous change. As such, I pledge to use a reusable water bottle, take shorter showers, and to turn off electronics when not in direct use.

*My Pledge* Its important that we all try to do our part for the environment. Even if it seems like a small change, it can have a significant impact. If everyone just did one small thing, there would be tremendous change. As such, I pledge to use a reusable water bottle, take shorter showers, and to turn off electronics when not in direct use.