An interesting, and somewhat confrontational, campaign to reduce consumption, featuring a shoe made of “shoreline rubbish.”
More at: EVERYTHING YOU BUY IS RUBBISH
okay well i’ve traveled a lot for my age which i’m really thankful for but now it’s like this constant itch like if i haven’t traveled for a month or so (even like a lil weekend road trip) i feel like i’m going CRAZY like i just wanna spend my whole life hopping from place to place with maybe a handful of people who I love traveling with me in order to keep me grounded but idk…. i never wanna stop moving i’m not content with sitting still it’s hard to explain
This waterlily plant was frozen under ice in the garden pond for two months last winter. It’s taken all summer to produce this single bloom - but it was worth waiting for….
(Source: , via sproutkitten)
Just before nightfall I decided to take a walk outside. The sky was low, enveloping any object in its reach. It formed a dull, purplish haze - like nothing I’d seen before. The streets were empty. Not a single soul was out. It was oddly peaceful - imagining I was the only one left.
i dont get why most products for men are like “RRRRRRRAGH ITS THE SAME THING AS THE WOMANS PRODUCT EXCEPT WOMEN ARE PATHETIC AND THIS IS FOR MEN RRRHHHH BUY YOUR MAN YOGURT TODAY”
I was curious about what exactly this was, so I went to the blog that posted this and found out that it’s actually a self-sufficient vertical garden that the community created together. Everyone that sees it is encouraged to give the plants some water and add their own if they’d like. Awesome.
Earth Day / ərTH dā /
(n.) an annual day set aside for a bunch of otherwise apathetic humans to regurgitate “green” slogans like “Reduce, Reuse and Recycle!” and “eat sustainably!!!” and pat themselves on the back for being such good little environmentalists, while continuing to consume factory farmed animal products and consequentially sustain the #1 known source of greenhouse gas emissions, thus worsening global climate change
every day should be earth day! I don’t get it. we should be making the decision to be more aware and protective of effects on our environment every day. you only get one planet.