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Old 07-09-2011, 03:40 AM
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giving love and care for our mother nature... its one of our greatest gift we can offer to our sons and daughters and for our next generation....
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Old 09-26-2011, 04:11 AM
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Green is associated with regeneration, good luck, generosity, harmony and well-paced energy.In the cigarette industry, green has long been considered drab. The grass is always greener, as they say, and so are cigarette packets. I personally agree that Australia has the qualities to be called "GREEN ENVIRONMENT". As far as I have learned there are effective way movements that Australia is on to protecting there mother nature.


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I don't think Australian green is enough. Same reasons why trash cans aren't enough. Just because its there and has a specific use, doesn't mean you'll get everyone to abide by the rules... planting trees won't be enough. We all need to be on the same page and work towards the same goal. Without unity, Australian green will be just another failed project.


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thank you very much for all of yours informative comment. hope it would be helpful to interact with nature. it shows what should be the mode of our behavior towards nature. love to see it in application.


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look the hole word is facing the problem, the world is loosing its green thing. i thing what should be done is we have to plan the hole civilization nature friendly that is it should grow along with nature then the world will be a green place.


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Garbage is definitely a big chunk in the problem to be solved. It's cause and effect is a global issue, hope this will be resolved soon. " Reduce, Recycle, Reuse" then all will come in to place, teach the young generation for a much better future.

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I would say No Australia is not green enough however I would also
say that the Carbon Tax is going to be a huges mistake for Australia.
Leading the way with a new TAX will destroy our industries, our manufactures will just move or have goods maded in 3rd world countries
and the same carbon emission will be imitted.

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Is Australia green enough?

Is Australia green enough?

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Anne[/QUOTE]

I would say No Australia is not green enough however I would also
say that the Carbon Tax is going to be a huges mistake for Australia.
Leading the way with a new TAX will destroy our industries, our manufactures will just move or have goods maded in 3rd world countries
and the same carbon emission will be imitted.


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Old 05-02-2012, 02:01 PM
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Hi, Australia is obviously green enough because it's only around 23M people living here.

Less human, more green!

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Is Australia green enough?
What do you do to protect the environment?
Do you care about the environment?
Do you have ideas what we could make better?

I'm happy to wait for your answers

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Old 05-16-2012, 04:26 AM
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hi there... i think its up to us whether we love our mother nature... its everybody responsibility in caring for our mother nature... even in any country global warming is widely felt, its the time that we must act us one for giving love and care for our mother nature... its one of our greatest gift we can offer to our sons and daughters and for our next generation....
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