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Wednesday, December 26, 2007

United Nations 1988 Save The Forests - Complete Set - Part II of II

In continuation from Monday’s post on global warming.

Growing a garden can help the environment as well. It will help with soil erosion and also reduce some types of air pollution. People should reduce their daily driving whenever possible. Bike riding or walking is not only great exercise, but it will help reduce the carbon dioxide in the environment. Plant a tree. The world’s forests are being depleted at an alarming rate. We all need the trees precious oxygen to survive. Water conservation is essential. Be sure to watch for leaks around your home. Make sure that your toilet is the 1.6 gallon flush toilet. Consider changing your washing machine to an “Energy Star” appliance. Not only will you use less water, you will use less electricity, thereby costing you less money in the long run.

It is believed that even if the current greenhouse gases are stabilized, the world will continue to see the effects of warmer temperatures and higher sea levels for another millennium. The damage is already done, but it is important for everyone to contribute to the preservation, restoration and improvement of our natural environment.

The United Nations is depicting the environmental issue – Save the Forests in beautiful stamps. The in-demand stamps represent Vienna, Geneva and New York. The beautiful forest greenery and fall foliage is shown on these stamps. Visit www.stampcenter.com if you would like to purchase this complete sheet of stamps.



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