For many people, having a child is the impetus for trying to live an eco-friendlier life. A new mother might feel an urgent desire to reduce her child’s exposure to toxins; a new father might feel a strong obligation to leave a healthy earth to future generations. But parenthood also usually means a sharp downturn in the amount of time, energy and money you have at your discretion to invest in researching and making major lifestyle changes. While parenthood can motivate us to go green, it leaves us with little means to do so.
Check out my guest post today at the recently launched website Eco-snobbery Sucks to read about 7 baby green steps I have taken with small children. Then leave a comment about the baby green steps you have taken.