Saturday, October 16, 2004
"Amphibians are one of nature's best indicators of overall environmental health"--Russell Mittermeier, president of Conservation International.
last time i checked, the colour of frogs were from yellowish-green to a bluish-green tone. and if amphibians--such as our little purple frog right here--are an indicator of the overall health of earth, then it must be heading towards the pits. (see: CBC News: State of the world's amphibians bleak: report
quit driving, you torontoians! i almost got hit today. well, don't i everyday? true, but it would much more kinder to the earth if you walked to took public transit. (did you know that approximately 50% of torontoians drive? toronto emits the second largest amount of smog--california is number one--in north america.)
and start using the stuff you were taught as kids, "recycle, reuse, reduce". repeat after me: "recycle, reuse, reduce"
recycle, reuse, reduce. recycle, reuse, reduce. recycle, reuse, reduce.
there you go.
(note: the frog may or may not be supposed to be that colour in reality.)
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