Going Green Will Create More Jobs...Duh!

I have been saying this for a while now, but it is not often that you can actually find someone that agrees with me. All the talk coming out of the present administration is that we can't sign the Kyoto Protocol, can't reduce emissions, can't help the environment because it would hurt the economy. The joke is on them because now the economy is being crippled by high gas prices... Ah leave it to Bush, what an amazingly intelligent president we have : )

Van Jones, founder of Green for All knows what he is talking about... have a listen!

1 comment:

Chris said...

Thats a good thing! Because with the current state of our economy, jobs are seemingly very scarce right now. So it's almost frightening to think about what some people would do if they were ever to lose their jobs. Let's hope all this green living everyone is doing will pump some juice back into the economy, therefore creating more job opportunities.

I think going green is something that everyone can agree is a step in the right direction toward building a better community, and laying down the foundations for which future generations can successfully thrive in a healthier environment. Plus, I think many businesses will benefit from going green, not only building a more acceptable public persona, but in the long run it really helps companies save money and be a positive contributor to the world we live in.

Another thing I want to talk about is bioheat, it’s just one small measure that people can take in order to start living a greener lifestyle.

Has anyone ever heard of it, or has switched to it? I want to start taking initiative in turning my home into a greener household, one way I have started is by switching out all my lightbulbs in my home to energy efficient lightbulbs. And I am also seriously considering switching over to bioheat as an alternative to regular oilheat. The thing that I love the most about it is that it’s completely clean burning, and is comprised of a b5 blend of oils which are derived from natural plant and vegetable sustainable resources such as corn, hemp, and avocados just to name a few. If you all want more information on how bioheat works, just go on to http://oilheatamerica.com/index.mv?screen=bioheat I work with NORA to bring this info to you all!

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