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|Fuck off if ur going to abuse this page or its members.||7/25/07|
|If u are going to abuse this page or it's members FUCK OFF seriously. As one of three members hu founded this page it distresses me that ppl would actually waste their time to do that. Ur really sad and actually pathetic. I care desperately about the environment in particular global warming. which Is why I almost always walk to place to place, hav installed energy efficient light sources throughout my house, support as local wildlife Sanctuary, try to do little things through my daily life to cut my carbon emissons down and I am a supporter of the message that not only Captain planet tries to spread to children, but also ex vice-president of the US, Al Gore. So actually get fucked if ur going to abuse me or my friends. We started this band, bcoz not oinly do we care about the environment, but also because I have enjoyed this show all my life. GO TO HELL|
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|Captain Planet's top ten eco-tips||2/1/07|
Start a Carpool! To counterattack the smog and acid rain caused by our cars' exhaust, the best thing to do is carpool or use mass transit. Fewer cars on the road means less exhaust. And it's more fun to ride with a friend!
Get Involved! It's up to us to save our planet, so get involved in an environmental organization. Check with your local zoo, chamber of commerce, or an environmental publication to find one that's right for you.
Be an Environmentally Conscious Consumer! You can cast your vote to save the environment each time you open your wallet. Buy products that use recycled materials and less packaging. Buy products in bulk. And try never to buy single use/disposable items.
Check Your Bulbs! Don't waste energy by using a light bulb that has higher wattage than needed. You can also save energy and money by installing more efficient, compact fluorescent bulbs and turning them off when you're not in the room.
Get Rid of Hazardous Waste Safely! Batteries, antifreeze, pesticides, paint, paint thinners, drain cleaners, mothballs, and many other household products are considered hazardous waste, so don't pour them down the drain or throw them in the trash. Contact your municipal waste facility or local government information center to find out how to dispose of hazardous substances properly.
Recycle, Recycle, Recycle! From newspaper, to egg cartons, to organic materials such as leaves and yard clippings, lots of things can be recycled. Even coffee grounds can be used as fertilizer for some plants. So don't throw away what you can use again!
Save Water by Checking the Location of Your Sprinklers! Save water by not watering your driveways or sidewalks. Make sure sprinklers are properly located and are turned to a moderate level. And water your lawn in the evening to prevent evaporation.
Supermarket Tip! Here's a tip on how you can exercise your Power as an environmentally concerned consumer: avoid single-serving and multi-pack food items. Their excessive packaging is extremely wasteful. Buy food in bulk and store it in resealable containers. And of course, bring your own reusable bag to carry home your groceries, or ask for papers bags rather than plastic.
Camp Safely! If you're planning a camping or hiking trip into the wilderness, pay attention to how you clean up. Try washing with soapless hot water and sand -- even the mildest soap puts a strain on the environment. If you do use soap, use a biodegradable one. Since there are no bathrooms, be sure to dig your latrine as far as possible from water sources to avoid contamination. Remeber, your campsite belongs to others, too (like animals and plants). Leave the site as you found it - or better!
Non-toxic Alternative! Instead of using a commercial drain cleaner, which is highly toxic, you can use a solution of baking soda and vinegar to take care of a drain clog. Simply pour a handful of baking soda down the drain followed by a half a cup of vinegar. Cover the drain with a heavy pot or stopper, as this will force the pressure down and clear the clog instead of allowing the mixture to fizz up out of the drain.
Be sure to write to Captain Planet and tell him what YOU are doing to help protect the environment. All of us here at Turner Broadcasting System would love to hear from you. Our address is:
Captain Planet Division
1 CNN Center, 6 North
Atlanta, GA 30303
Remember... The Power is Yours!