To be green or not to be green?

Green is the color. Green is synonymous with the growth of most vegetation on our plant. The fauna of nature is predominantly green. The landmasses of our planet have a green hue as observed from the heavens above. Green-EarthWe want to keep it green to sustain life. Reuse, recycle and reduce. Unfortunately there is so much information being thrown at us about what we need to do that it is difficult to discern what is useful and helpful and what is communicated to perpetuate fear.

One of the questions that many of us have is what is really good for the planet and for us, versus what is good for someone else`s pocket. The regulatory parameters are evolving. New rules and regulations continue to be developed and deployed. Controls, Governmental regulations, Certified Products, processing instructions, waste disposal rules, etc. for construction or for goods and products produced to fulfill both our comfort and our needs for survival are legal requirements. We can each make a positive impact on minimizing our own impact on the planet by making educated choices on reuse, recycling and reduction even if they are not regulated.

To really make an impact we need to understand our options. Let`s agree to the benefits of learning about our alternatives. Let`s better understand the terms like biodegradable, community & eco-friendly, efficiency, environmentally conscious; friendly; responsible, good-for-the-earth, planet-friendly etc… so we can make the right decisions to have a positive impact.

Green matters; Why not leverage it to our advantage and for the benefit of our planet!

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