Wednesday, February 10, 2010

What A Wonderful World

" . . . Skies of blue and clouds of white, the bright blessed day . . . "

Citizen Green

Linda Anderson, aka Citizen Green, is a retired high school biology teacher who writes one of my favorite Eco - Blogs, focusing specifically on how to reduce the proliferation of single-use plastics. She writes to benefit the environment, to educate herself, and to assist her readers in becoming more responsible inhabitants of our wonderful world.

Linda says: "The purpose of this blog is to share ways to reduce consumption of plastic (especially single-use plastics) with friends and potential friends. Hopefully you will get ideas as well as give ideas. Please leave a comment!" Citizen Green

I have already learned so much from Citizen Green. For example, when you check for the "chasing arrows" recycling triangle, do you ever wonder about all those numbers: 1 - 7?

I do! I thought maybe it was #1 for big things, #6 for small things, or something along those lines. Well, it's much more complex than that, and Linda is just the blogger to give you an informed explanation:

#3, #6, #7 [Click #s for more info]

#1, #2, #4, #5 [Click #s for more info]

Citizen Green offers the perfect combination of scientific fact and practical application. Check out her tips for a healthier kitchen, a happier life, and a greener world!


  1. Kitti, it is great that you mentioned Linda's Blog; I'm enjoying both yours and hers! Both are fun and informative.

  2. Thanks for the great plug and kind words about my blog, Kitty. You made my day.

    Linda A at Citizen Green