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Happy Green Days

Vanessa, a Canadian journalist, is Green as a Thistle. She has been taking growing green steps for a year. Today is her final post and reflections on the journey. Check in to see what she learned and what she will continue to do for a happier life and healthier planet.


2 Responses to “Happy Green Days”

  1. Sarah Says:

    What a lovely and thoughtful last post. People like Vanessa give me hope that this next generation of people will not be as wasteful as previous ones, not take so much for granted. People need to start growing up in sustainable households and and learning things is school that contribulte to environmental awareness. The design college I work for, Art Center, has a lot of students who work on creating new products with greener, smarter design. These are the type of people who will go and work for Nike and Ford and Toshiba, So companies should be ready for the next generation of designers to be greener, more responsible professionals. The school is hosting a major event called “Disruptive Thinking,” which will bring together “disruptive” thinkers who challenge the status quo and demand new modes of creativity in areas that influence every aspect of our lives: climate change, geopolitics, business, science, and most importantly design. If you’re interested in it, here’s a link to the blog:

  2. tao Says:

    Thanks for your thoughts, Sarah. I love the concept of “Disruptive Thinking” and will be looking in! Tao

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