• Would you be eager to join a nature centered organization (details below)?

    The ENP (Earth and Nature Protectors) are a compassionate group of people united by their love of nature to do everything in their power to keep Earth in it's stable and intended state. They are committed to erase the harmful effects of the human industrial world. They recognize Earth as the original mother and... show more
    The ENP (Earth and Nature Protectors) are a compassionate group of people united by their love of nature to do everything in their power to keep Earth in it's stable and intended state. They are committed to erase the harmful effects of the human industrial world. They recognize Earth as the original mother and as her children will spread to the truth to all until nature is once again balanced.
    6 answers · 15 hours ago
  • How often do you use a 5 gallon bucket?

    I work at a hotel, and one thing that is unique in regards to my employment here is that I am the only "certified Green employee" in the hotel. (It is a certification in completion for an online work module). This means that I help mitigate hazardous waste, reduce energy usage, and generally help... show more
    I work at a hotel, and one thing that is unique in regards to my employment here is that I am the only "certified Green employee" in the hotel. (It is a certification in completion for an online work module). This means that I help mitigate hazardous waste, reduce energy usage, and generally help maintain environmental consciousness for the business. One issue that I am trying to work on is what to do with the empty buckets of detergent after the detergent has been depleted from the bucket. I did post a question similar to this on this answer forum. Currently we don't have a designated dumpster strictly for recycling, so I there is no environmentally conscious way to dispose these buckets. However one of the answers I saw was that people use these buckets for gardening etc. My question is, Do you people use these buckets a lot for gardening? Do you have many uses for these used buckets? This is probably a stupid question to ask.
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • Solar energy?

    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • Are paper plates worse than reusable plates for the environment?

    If I am very good at recycling/composting is it worse for me to use paper plates? It would be easier for me rather than washing dishes but I want to make a concisous decision.
    If I am very good at recycling/composting is it worse for me to use paper plates? It would be easier for me rather than washing dishes but I want to make a concisous decision.
    5 answers · 7 days ago
  • How much garbage should I flush down the toilet?

    The wife and I were having an argument last night about how much trash should go into the bin and how much should go down the toilet. Common logic would suggest anything that fits is ok. She says it is harmful to the environment but some would argue it is environmentally cleaner because of the water processing... show more
    The wife and I were having an argument last night about how much trash should go into the bin and how much should go down the toilet. Common logic would suggest anything that fits is ok. She says it is harmful to the environment but some would argue it is environmentally cleaner because of the water processing and less waste for garbagemen to pick up, with less physical waste to transport in the long term it saves them time, tax payer money, saves garbage bags (plastic waste), less pollution from their trucks, less landfill space on our land, cleans the trash properly. It became a issue last night because I was stomping on a cup from wendys so it would fit down the drain, I threw the plastic lid in the trash, but the plastic straw came back up after flushing and she saw me cutting it into smaller pieces to flush better and she started yelling in front of the kids.
    28 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I want to kill myself, any reasons why I shouldn’t?

    Just dislike the adult world. Don’t wanna work st all. Not up for work. Just wanna lie in my bed all day and watch TV. Don’t wanna commit myself. Parents hate me for not getting a job, don’t wanna work at all. Not keen on working large hours just for a little wage as an apprintice. I’m a lone wolf a loner I make... show more
    Just dislike the adult world. Don’t wanna work st all. Not up for work. Just wanna lie in my bed all day and watch TV. Don’t wanna commit myself. Parents hate me for not getting a job, don’t wanna work at all. Not keen on working large hours just for a little wage as an apprintice. I’m a lone wolf a loner I make friends but loose them quick cos I’m rude and arrogant. I am aggressive and I have a moody nasty attitude to everyone isn’t my fault that’s just the way I was born. So yeah, can someone give a method on how to die? I think the noose is the best but whatever It’s not like anyone will remember me anyway.
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Can I recycled this bottle?

    I have a bunch of mango drinks, but on the side of the mango it says CA, HI, ME I live in New York, are the mango drinks recyclable in my state? Will I get 5€ each when I recycle?
    I have a bunch of mango drinks, but on the side of the mango it says CA, HI, ME I live in New York, are the mango drinks recyclable in my state? Will I get 5€ each when I recycle?
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it true that Black Lives Matter believes Liberalism is White Supremacy?

    Why did it take so long for Black people to figure that one out? Who controls the Teachers Unions, the Inner City Schools and Inner Cities but the Liberals who have destroyed them? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-KfTkiw...
    Why did it take so long for Black people to figure that one out? Who controls the Teachers Unions, the Inner City Schools and Inner Cities but the Liberals who have destroyed them? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-KfTkiw...
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Green Planet?

    Best answer: The field is where we live (there's a garden there too), the forest is where we harvest, and the jungle is the buffer zone. Yes, all essential to this ecosystem, but what's a desert for?
    Best answer: The field is where we live (there's a garden there too), the forest is where we harvest, and the jungle is the buffer zone. Yes, all essential to this ecosystem, but what's a desert for?
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Can we actualy make a change to our enviornment, help the animals habitats and stop pollution of our air.?

    Lets make this happen...
    Lets make this happen...
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How many light bulbs do you have in your house?

    Best answer: That can be turned on? 3 in kitchen 1 in dining room,2 in living room, 2 in each bed room, 7 in basement, 2 outside 20 in all. never had all on at once.
    Best answer: That can be turned on? 3 in kitchen 1 in dining room,2 in living room, 2 in each bed room, 7 in basement, 2 outside 20 in all. never had all on at once.
    11 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • If solar panels suddenly were 100 times more efficient and 10 times cheaper than they currently are. if everyone house had one?

    how much cheaper would everyday prices for grocery shopping and all other kinds of things be if the power company didn't have to burn anymore coal or oil to generate electricity? and everyone's house ran from solar and battery power?
    how much cheaper would everyday prices for grocery shopping and all other kinds of things be if the power company didn't have to burn anymore coal or oil to generate electricity? and everyone's house ran from solar and battery power?
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How often should i water my cactus?

    Best answer: Very rarely. Most house plants are killed by overwatering, not under watering. Cacti can go weeks and even months without water, depending on the species, the humidity and the size of the container. Succulents are similar, their roots are designed to quickly suck up sparse moisture but rot in wet soil. I have a... show more
    Best answer: Very rarely. Most house plants are killed by overwatering, not under watering. Cacti can go weeks and even months without water, depending on the species, the humidity and the size of the container.

    Succulents are similar, their roots are designed to quickly suck up sparse moisture but rot in wet soil. I have a jade tree in direct sunlight, it gets watered once a month and is thriving.

    Water the cactus and make sure the soil is bone dry before you water it again. A cactus should be watered MAXIMUM twice a month. A cactus will start to get soft and wrinkly if it needs water. You will se this long before the plant is in danger. If you see that, water it.
    10 answers · 3 weeks ago