I’ve recently begun blogging for the prestigious HuffingtonPost.
In my first entry, titled The Green House Effect, I just introduce who I am, what I do and what my overall philosophy and take is on green living. Over the next few months, I’ll be doing a regular weekly blog for them that will detail the eco renovations of my newest Bucks County, PA home (and I’ll post ideas and tips on this blog daily, too).
When you share the same birthday as Earth Day, you can’t help but notice your birth date is celebrated on a "holiday" that reminds people that rainforests are burning, whales are being harpooned, and the ozone layer is disappearing. So, imagine me on my 12th birthday, eager to open presents, and seeing nothing but gloom and doom in the newspaper about the planet. We’re dying, I thought. I decided to start an environmental group right then and there, and used my birthday money (all $23) to launch Earth 2000. It was 1989, and I thought by the time I doubled in age, it would be the new millennium. So how hard could it be to save the entire planet by the year 2000?
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