What’s Going On

Posted on March 13, 2008 by Allie


Umbra talks tap water.

Is population control a good way to slow climate change?

Enviroblog has a great article on BPA and things you can do to limit your exposure.

Is Prozac killing conservation?

Did you catch ANTM’s green failure?

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  1. I’m surprised PETA wasn’t all over that episode.

    Give it time…

    March 13th, 2008 at 6:41 pm
    Comment by Jenn
  2. Hi! Just found you through a track back from ecorazzi. Love your header!!! (totally just subscribed fwi, too)

    Can I list you – with a link – on my veg*n site, on my ANTM post where I am starting a counted list of people turned off by this episode?

    March 13th, 2008 at 6:53 pm
    Comment by Sally
  3. Thank goodness this is the cycle I stopped watching. Population control seems like the answer, but is there any non-Draconian way to do it?

    March 13th, 2008 at 7:13 pm
    Comment by Noelle
  4. Jenn — I know! This was the season that ANTM was going green too, right? What a horrible waste! It’s not like the meat was being used to feed hungry people. I was so disgusted.

    Sally — I’d love it if you added me to your list!

    Noelle — I would think the fairest way to approach population control would be through awareness, leaving people to make their own decisions while armed with facts about the impact of their choices. And possibly making adoption more financially accessible for qualified families.

    March 13th, 2008 at 7:30 pm
    Comment by Allie
  5. [...] 3. EcoRazzi writer Parrish. 4. Members of the Vegan Freaks discussion board. 5. Allie, from Allie’s Green Answers [...]

    March 13th, 2008 at 8:47 pm
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