Have we changed the way we are consuming? Have we changed enough?
If there is a word which define our time and us the most it must be the 'consumerism'. Apparently we are changing and we are more responsible in our shopping sprees...'ethical consumerism' is on the rise. President Obama believes we start to see more and more people buying green products in future, think more where to shop and what car to drive, but is it enough?
It might be a little too late to make any difference. However, by acting responsibly now we can reduce further damage to what has already been done.
by PR Morgan 3 months ago
Do you think teens should be allowed to drive at 16 years old?
by stylezink 19 months ago
What age should you stop grounding your kids?What age is a good time to start phasing out grounding your child?
by Seckin Esen 4 years ago
How has being a parent changed you?
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FDA and government approved the Morning After Pill to be made available to 17 year olds. Is this a good thing or a bad thing? My thoughts:Condoms are made available to teenagers and even given to them for their own protection. It is useful since you can't stop them from having sex. ...
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