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#1 User is offline   Christopher Walken 

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Posted 17 August 2012 - 01:08 AM

It's the time to protect environment because we are facing several environmental problems these days like severe drought in United States. Every one has to understand the situation and start using eco-friendly products or you can do eco-friendly activities as well. Hollywood Superstar, Johnny Depp has a eco-friendly home in Bahamas Island - http://www.rosebudma...-island-hideout
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Posted 18 August 2012 - 01:00 AM

Awareness of environmental protection (and "eco-friendliness") is a growing trend, not only in the United States, but globally. I truly believe 'education' is the main key for "awareness" and transforming problems into positive solutions. With the tremendous amount of information available to anyone within our modern times, people realize the importance of environment protection (along with understanding that most natural resources are finite instead of unlimited). More importantly, people throughout the world are applying safeguards to ensure environment protection (now, and for the future). In the U.S., water is no longer taken for granted. Water source protection, water pollution control, water reuse, and water conservation are always on the "front burner". Benjamin Franklin once wrote "you don't know the value of water until the well goes dry". I also believe most people understand the possibility/reality of global warming, the negative effects of excessive CO2 emissions, the importance of recycling, developing alternate sources of energy, along with the many other issues we are all seem to be facing, Our once fledgling problems have now developed into full flight realities. Change is not easy. Knowing that just one person can help to bring about a positive change is refreshing... just imagine if everyone "jumped into the game". The world might be a better place, hey? Johnny Depp definitely has a very nice 'pad' in the Bahamas.
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