The paradox of a simple act of green

I just love the paradoxes of the green movement:
  • it's a global problem most effectively addressed at the grassroots level
  • it calls for the preservation of nature, yet urges us to use state-of-the art technology
  • it requires a united vision, yet depends on a diversity of actions
  • it's the complex challenge of our times, yet it draws on ancient wisdom and attitudes
and last but not least,
  •  it's the simplest acts, of seemingly little consequence, that can create a staggering difference:

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