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Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Little things can make a big difference..

fragments treasures memory: Little things can make a big difference...#links

Now and then, I send you to read somebody else's blog.
Today it's Robyn's post in Australia, about a cause that will help the environment no matter where you live.

Thanks, Robin, for highlighting this issue.

18 comments:

Robyn said...

Thank you Rosaria...
It is a topic that needs attention.

If you are a facebook user you can search greenpeace international and click 'unfriend coal' to cast a vote.

Non facebook users can google 'unfriend coal' to learn more.

best wishes always
x Robyn

Ocean Girl said...

Thank you Rosaria.

iNdi@na said...

that was a good link
easiest way to "sequester carbon" is to leave coal in the ground

A Cuban In London said...

Thanks for the link, just left him a message.

Greetings from London.

Brian Miller said...

heading over...have a great day....

potsoc said...

Been to Robyn. I agree that coal is bad for us now. When we were fewer and before hydro-electricity and nuclear it saved lives in cold countries and fueled industry but now we have valuable and cleaner substitutes.
I also guess West Virginia miners would hate to see their livelyhood go.

Arkansas Patti said...

Thanks, I'm off to visit Robyn.

Ann Best said...

We should all do all we can to clean up the environment, for now and for our posterity.

Eva Gallant said...

I'm off to check it out!

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Donna said...

And thank YOU Rosaria for another hot topic!

John Bryson said...

Sometimes the little things become the big things...
--John

The Boat House said...

Rosaria, Wanted to share an Ore. Coast photo with you, taken on Christmas day on a Newport beach. No one in the area knew who he was or where he came from, loved the trail he left behind.

The Boat House said...

Oops, trying to figure out how to put the photo in, stumbling as I learn. Will post on my blog site.

Love your site, can see why you have so many followers, keep up the good work.

Nancy at the Boathouse

Maggie May said...

It is good to be rescuing and caring for wildlife. Well done for pointing us in Robyn's direction.
Maggie X

Nuts in May

becky said...

I know Robyn's blog well :) She has a definite mission here on earth!

Phoenix said...

So sad, the ways we are ruining our planet. I will hop on over to the blog you linked to. Thank you, Rosaria.

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