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I thought that this quote was a very good way to explain how humans treat nature. It seems as though all we do is destroy nature in order to achieve our own personal goals, and we act as though we will not face the repercussions of our actions. We mistreat the resources given to us by the planet, and we do not believe that we will have to pay the price for it.

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Beautiful...

Be kind.

21 Photos Of Nature Winning The Battle Against Civilization.

Earth Day Cookies. (can be eaten every day :)

.. and be nature-friendly.

Beautiful :)

Inspired by nature.

Reusable canvas tote.

:)

36 Incredible Places That Nature Has Created For Your Eyes Only

One of the twelve gardens located at La Chatonnière, in France, the Garden of Abundance is a vegetable garden shaped like a giant leaf. Each segment is filled with ornamental cabbages, strawberries, scallions, eggplant, basil, chives, parsley, tomatoes, celery, and red chard.

take care of our only world

Newspaper to yarn

wallacegardens: Peru: Invasion Verde, installed 2010.  This public park in Lima was created in the middle of the the city, and incorporates recycled tires for planters and a children’s playground. A few rolling hills and grass-cushioned benches complete Lima’s urban public garden.

green on the table

Solar Window Charger

Yes, Carrot Tops are Edible...and Delicious

Light bulbs wrapped in twine...what a nice way to recycle burnt out old-fashioned bulbs and they make beautiful pears!

The Dark Hedges ~ Ireland

Machu Picchu, Peru

Amazing green inventions by kids!

plant a seed