Going green, being concerned about the environment, is a good thing.
It's got us thinking about all the things we throw away needlessly and the affect our actions have on the world around us.
Like books. Ebooks are cheaper (or should be), you can put them on your Kindle or ereader and have tons of books at the ready. Saves gas, too.
Some people recycle rainwater (older folks did this years ago - they put a barrel out to catch rainwater, what's new really isn't) or use solar panels... they walk more, drive less, ride bikes....
We recycle cans and newspapers...
there is one thing I keep wondering about and so far I haven't found any answers.
Sure that all helps, but what do we all throw our garbage away in, week after week? Big giant plastic bags! Right?
We never think about those as there really is no alternative that I'm aware of.
Until everyone can go to the grocery store and pick up reasonably priced biodegradable plastic bags or large recycled paper bags that are sturdy, what is the answer? Just one thing I've thought about.
** What do you think?
* Yes, Searching for a Starry Night is available in ebook and in Kindle