There were some really neat posts made around the net about the environment thanks to Blog Action Day yesterday, and so for the rest of the week I’d llike to post at least one Blog Action Day post per day.
The first one is written by Brian Clark at Copy Blogger, he argues that the butterfly effect can save the environment: a lot of people doing small local things can literally make a world of difference.
The corollary of the Butterfly Effect is that tiny changes you make do in fact make a difference. And when those tiny changes are aggregated among millions of people, we can truly make a real difference in how much nature we save for our children, grandchildren, and beyond.
We might even be saving them.
It doesn’t need to be a sacrifice. Why not make changes that simply save you money?
Indeed, Brian provides a list of money-saving things that you can do to help save the planet.