How To Reduce Our Dependence On Oil



Oil has found its way into nearly every aspect of our lives, whether we realize it or not. From the cars we drive to the food we eat and the products we buy, it has played a role. We know it is a limited resource that we will one day have to live without, so it makes sense that we should start learning to live without it now.

Time For Change
From 1960 to 2013 the average world oil demand increased from 21.4 million to 89.9 million barrels per day. At the same time, the world’s oil supply has been declining and we are now looking into drilling in the Arctic rather than turning to alternative options that we already know exist. Rather than continuing on the destructive path of the last century, it’s time we make the 21st century all about renewable resources.

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Mindful Monday

We all have our habits, some we are aware of and some we don’t even realize we’re doing. It’s easy to just take a back seat and go through the motions. So let’s take back control and make our lives and planet happier.

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Let’s bring more awareness to our daily habits. Pay attention to what you do, why you’re doing it and how you might be impacting yourself, the environment or those around you.

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