Most people reuse the lights. Everything human does is polluting the earth. Even getting around to take pictures. You use gas. You eat out probably and make trash. It is a very hard thing. So we just try to illuminate as much as possible.
Great blog! A change in peoples mentality and way of acting in the world it would be much appreciated, but I don`t know if all this is not to late. I don`t say that we should not try, all I say is that it`s about more than the will of a few people. It should take the whole population to do something in order to change our home until it`s not to late...
Great idea, but things are not so simple. Don't forget most of those useless plastics are somebody else livelihood, and yes, all those useless junk mail coupons and brochures we get by the cartloads are full of advertisements to sell those useless plastics. But those wasteful brochures use stock images, maybe from DT.
Just kidding, I am not for those excessive plastic beautifications myself.
Can anyone remember when we used to make outdoor decorations by stringing together popcorn and cranberries to hang on the trees? Looks beautiful, is natural, and helps feed the wildlife during the frozen months. Just one small idea.K-