Want to help the environment but you don't really consider yourself an "activist"? No problem! You don't have to live in a tree or go to demonstrations to be an activist - the small choices we make every single day make a big impact on the environment.
Kermit the Frog once sang, "It's not easy being green" - but we're here to show you that it is!
There are 150 things you can start doing right now to make the world a better place and help the environment!
18 billion disposable diapers are thrown in landfills each year, taking as many as 500 years to decompose. Disposable diapers make up the third largest source of solid waste in landfills, after newspapers and food and beverage containers.
"But I don't consider myself an activist"
That's okay! The purpose of this site is to show everyday people how they can make a difference. You don't have to be a card-carrying environmental activist to help improve the planet. Each and every person has the power to change things for the better in their everyday lives. By getting into the habit of making eco-friendly choices, you can become a force of change without even thinking about it!
Imagine yourself in a silent auditorium filled with people. When one person begins clapping, the sound is small and it echos throughout the room. Sooner or later, everyone in the whole auditorium is clapping, and the sound is so loud, it almost hurts yours ears. The small choices we make every day do have an impact.
"But isn't it too late?"
Its never too late to start changing things for the better. The earth is constantly trying to heal itself from the damage we inflict upon it. The reason this healing process isn't working anymore is because we consume natural resources and pollute the environment faster than the earth can recover from it. When we reduce our consumption and the amount of pollutants we create, the earth will be able to regenerate more easily. Working towards sustainable lifestyles will create a better, healthier environment for everyone, now and in the future.
If you're still not convinced, read the essay by Dr. Jane Goodall: My four reasons for hope. You'll see that there is hope - and that the hope lay with each one of us.