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Message In Our Bottle – Ecover Infographic

The infographic – “Message In Our Bottle” – from Ecover, that I’m about to share with you, really needs no introduction. It speaks for itself and gets the message across far better than I ever could.

I haven’t written about my stance on global warming, landfill waste and recycling on this blog before, because I simply don’t know where to start in describing just how horrifying it all is. What’s worse is that I am part of the problem. All of us are. Even if we live the most eco-friendly life that we could, we are still all contributing to the slow destruction of our beautiful planet. Do you know what’s worse? A lot of the time, we don’t have the power to change things. Our materialistic and consumerist culture, is just one of the many culprits and we are all guilty in one way or another.

It might seem hard to make changes. Sometimes it seems a bit pointless – what good would it do, if you changed your habits just a little bit, while the rest of the World carries on in ignorant bliss? Well, it might not make a huge impact, however small steps contribute to a bigger one and those bigger steps can create a giant foot-print in the long run.

Take a look at this infographic from Ecover.

 

Cleaning the seas, one bottle at a timeCleaning the seas, one bottle at a time. Visit The-Splash for more information and to read our pledge.
It’s a small step isn’t it? I’m sure though, that you can see just how much of an impression it could make. Are you ready to take some small steps for the greater good?
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Hello you! I'm Stacey, a self-confessed nerd, Tolkien fanatic, devourer of Pimms and a technological magpie. I mainly blog about parenting three Hobbits, however I'm slowly breaking free of the Shire in search of my freelancing fortune.

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  2. Thank you for writing about this important issue. I have to admit to not doing my part because it’s too overwhelming, how can I make a difference? But you’ve inspired me to make more of an effort. xx

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