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“Your posts and blog articles urge everyone that even a small change like wearing a reusable mask, can make a huge difference. Thanks again for your posts and all the information you share.”

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“Excellent piece […] Thank you for your excellent work!”

“Good tips to create a more sustainable lifestyles. Thank you.”

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“So easy to destroy and hard to restore… I hope more people will try to understand something about the importance of these creatures soon.”


“Our atmosphere is like the story of Goldilocks. It’s not too thick, it’s not too thin, it’s just right. And we need to keep it like that.”

Al Gore

“An understanding of the natural world is a source of not only great curiosity, but great fulfilment.”

Sir David Attenborough

“The earth is what we all have in common.”

Wendell Berry

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