What can I do?

reuse-reduce-recycleWe can ALL “Make a Difference” by being more AWARE of our surroundings and the Mother Earth. Our intention here is to suggest ways and options that one person can do … one person at a time! Then we share with friends and family.



March 1, 2020 New York City officially bans single use plastic bags!! It’s a start folks and we can ALL help … even if it’s just one person at a time!

Here’s some great TIPS and may we suggest using Biotite Liquid Crystal Minerals to clean and disinfect the inside of your bags!


Sustainable Human is a 501c3 non-profit started by a husband and wife team (Chris and Dawn Agnos) whose mission is to examine the underlying stories that give rise to the environmental, social, and economic crises of our time and offer new stories that help humanity to live in harmony with each other and the biosphere. Learn more: https://sustainablehuman.org/



Short video with Greta Thunberg! What an incredible young woman ~ on a mission to save the planet!! Let’s all plant some TREES!


Autumn Peltier (born September 27, 2004) is Anishinaabe-kwe and a member of the Wiikwemkoong First Nation. She is best known as an internationally recognized advocate for clean water. She is a water protector and has been called a “water warrior”.

Mar 22, 2018





recycling guideWith over 350 materials and 100,000+ listings, we maintain one of North America’s most extensive recycling databases. This site also offers a list of what can be recycled and how to dispose of toxic materials. https://search.earth911.com




Using plastic water bottles and our need for plastic

Many folks use it ONCE and then throw it away. That is totally unaware and unconscious, just look at how the oceans are suffocating and life is dying … from our trash and plastic bottles!

NEW Shampoo bars These shampoo bars could replace the 552 million shampoo bottles we throw out annually.


Published on May 24, 2017
United Nations – Plastic – both a wonderful invention and a scourge on our planet. Over 300 million tons will be produced this year. Most is never recycled and remains on our land and in our seas for ever. Our story shows the damage to all creatures who depend on the ocean for their food – from birds… to us. 21st Century: Episode #126 This is an adaptation from the original documentary “A Plastic Ocean” by the Plastic Oceans Foundation Script: http://www.un.org/webcast/pdfs/21stcs…



TEDx Talks

Published on Dec 18, 2017

“Single-use plastics like cups, bags, bottles and straws contribute to the eight million tons of non-biodegradable plastic that we send to the ocean each year, where it works its way up the food chain and onto our plates. Recent studies have found microplastics in fish, sea salt, and drinking water, and some chemicals in these plastics have been linked to obesity, infertility and even cancer.”


How Much Plastic is in the Ocean?

It’s Okay To Be Smart  “Ocean plastic pollution is a massive environmental problem. Millions of tons of plastic waste enter the ocean every year, even plastic that goes in the trash can often ends up in the sea! Learn about the Great Pacific Garbage Patch and look at the dangers ocean plastic poses to ocean animals. Plus, a few tips for you to reduce your own plastic use!”


Watch the following video to see what a NURDLE is and what the ocean is like when the trash has no other place to go!!

 BrainStuff – HowStuffWorks  

Published on Feb 10, 2015 Even though 80% of trash starts on land, tons of it ends up in the ocean, swirling around in a massive patch of plastic debris.


The Story of Bottled Water



When you make your own H3o2 structured water using Biotite Liquid Crystal Minerals, there is no need to BUY bottled water. Glass containers can be easily cleaned, especially with the Biotite solution ~ it kills bacteria! Additionally, we can reduce at least 2000 bottles that would be dumped  in landfills.


NO MORE WATER BOTTLES! Do you want clean, pure H3o2 structured water or plastic  bottled water from knows where? BUY NOW

FYI: One 32 oz Biotite Liquid Crystal Minerals, of  treats up to 400 gallons of water! That’s less the $.25 per gallon!



buying bottled waterHow does this make sense? Look at all these containers used ONCE (in most cases), often with somewhat questionable water and throw away where?

Often times, bottled water will sit in hot conditions, or on store shelves where harmful bacteria can form, just add a few drops of Biotite to clear ALL those toxins out ~ also, by treating TAP WATER you can “structure” it into H3o2 water easily. We keep a 2 gallon container on the kitchen counter with the treated water. That makes it easy to keep all our “canteens” full!

The next video with Jeff Bridges explains a lot. Thank you for your attention.


What is SUP?

“This video encourages using SUP (single use plastic) by means of recycling as the answer. However, the amount of energy (carbon) used in the process of down-cycling offsets any benefit of recycling. We need to focus on refusing, reusing (refill not landfill) then reducing and recycling. Plastic is not sustainable and not a viable option in a rapidly warming ecosystem.”



It seems time to REFUSE plastic straws and plastic eating utensils and carry our own! plastic straws

Many marine animals have been harmed by ingesting the plastic. We saw a video of a turtle with a straw lodged in its nostril, it looked so painful when it was removed.

refuse plastic

Our oceans are the other source of this heavy plastic heavy pollution. Fish are ingesting plastic and we EAT them! Where does it stop? You want to ask your favorite takeout restaurants to please change to paper/containers that can be recycled or reused or perhaps bring your own container for them to use. Keep a set of silverware in your vehicle and use them instead of disposable plastic ware. Having your own drinking cup will also replace that soda fountain and a need to have straws (or have your own that can be washed and reused).

“It may take a little longer to get ready, at first, but we just visualize the animals/creatures living in the oceans … that we’re helping, and it’s easy!”

Children are becoming more aware of the water situation ALL over the World! Here’s a video presented by 7th graders, it shows how very blessed we are, those of us that have clean drinking water and don’t have to walk miles to get!


Why are we saying NO to plastic bags? 

Click here to read more: https://greentumble.com/10-reasons-why-plastic-bags-should…/

1. Plastic bags pollute our land and water.
2. Plastic bags are made from non-renewable resources and contribute to climate change.
3. Plastic bags never break down.
4. Plastic bags are harmful to wildlife and marine life.
5. Plastic bags are harmful to human health.
6. Plastic bags are costly to pay for and to clean up after.
7. Plastic bags are not easy to recycle.
8. Plastic bags have external costs.
9. There are better alternatives available, and jobs to go with them!


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