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Nature_and_Environment.15

Eco-Social Culture

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{Nature_and_Environment.15.8}: Lucas Pitts {lpitts} Wed, 23 Jun 2004 19:01:16 CDT (16 lines)

I have to say that everybody at first seems to be very "into" making
small changes with their lifestyle.  We are personally constantly
adjusting our lifestyles so we leave a smaller and smaller
footprint.  Our families and friends watch us do these things and
listen to us talk about them and they get very enthused.
Unfortunately when it comes to long term application with most of
these people they just seem to lose interest for some reason.  I
don't know if it's shear laziness, or just old habits die hard, it
just seems impossible to get them to change their patterns even
though mentally they agree with everything we do.  It's quite
strange really.

That being said, I think our best bet to really fundamentally change
the planet is after the baby boomers have passed.  Maybe I'm being
idealistic but I just know so many more kids that are involved now
then there ever were when I was in highschool or university.

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