Lazy Environmentalism

Can “lazy environmentalism” really make a difference?
Yes! Most people – myself included – will only take actions that plug into their lifestyles. I care about water and energy conservation, for example, but that doesn’t mean I’m going to take shorter showers. Now, if someone comes up with a gadget that lets me use less energy or water without changing my behavior, I’ll buy it. That’s lazy environmentalism: finding solutions that are grounded in the reality of how we live.” – Josh Dorfman, The Lazy Environmentalist.

alex at hygge house

Online since 1995, Alex has been creating web sites to help people do and connect offline. She believes in living well, living simply and coffee as a verb. She immigrated to America in 1999 and currently resides in a very hygge 1925 Hunting Lodge in California’s Santa Monica Mountains.

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1 Comment

  1. JenniferNo Gravatar
    February 12, 2007 / 5:20 AM

    Yes to this! I have considered switching from showers to baths because I find when I am having my ‘daily cleanse’ I want to relax and be warm! Short showers are not fun experiences at all!

    Alex, do you have eco friendly lazy products to recommend for us?

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