The wife and child have been away a couple days visiting Gramma and Grandpa. I've been doing the bachelor thing for the last two days. So this morning, while I de-bach the house, I was hoping, on this 26th anniversary of Earth Day, that you would be willing to answer these three questions. I'm particularly interested in opinions from outside the United States, but don't let that discourage you Americans from replying. My answers will be in the response area.
1. How do you celebrate Earth Day, if you do? Did you used to? Was it an enforced thing, such as a school project?
2. Can what the individual does matter environmentally, or does industrial disease leading to global warming make the effort pointless and hopeless?
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