Did you know that your version of Internet Explorer is out of date?
To get the best possible experience using our website we recommend downloading one of the browsers below.

Internet Explorer 10, Firefox, Chrome, or Safari.

Snap: Homer Simpson's Bald Spot Is A Solar Panel For A Love Machine

Like us on Facebook:
The current article you are reading does not reflect the views of the current editors and contributors of the new Ecorazzi

flowersWith The Simpsons starting their incredible 20th season this past weekend, National Geographic thought it only right to sit down with Lisa Simpson for an interview. The sister of Bart and Maggie, Lisa is also a vegetarian and involved in environmental activism. When asked what her family has done to “go green”, she responded with, “Well, my Dad said his bald spot is “a solar panel for a love machine.” I don’t know what that means, but I’m looking into whether we can hook it into the grid and get carbon credits.” [Read more…]

flowersMischa Barton recently reviewed the Lexus RX400h Hybrid for an Aussie site called AutoChic. In the end, she found the vehicle “stylish and environmentally friendly” and would love to take it to where the rainforest meets the sea in North Queensland. [Read more…]

flowersLast Friday, a bill was introduced into the U.S. Senate closing a loophole in federal law that currently allows some animal fur garments to go unlabeled if the value of the fur is less than $150, leaving consumers in the dark as to whether they are buying faux or animal fur. Called the “Truth in Fur Labeling Act”, the bill also addresses accurate and consistent language on labels of raccoon dog fur. [Read more…]

Like us on Facebook:
0 Comments

WHY ARE WE SO CONFUSED?

The desire to be consistent morally results in an illogical rationalization of this nonsensical belief that it’s okay to eat the animals we claim to love.

Part 2: One of History’s Earliest Ethical Vegan Voices

Compared to the modern world, it was much harder to be vegan in Ma‘arrī’s time and place due to the religious and social pressures.

Part 1: One of History’s Earliest Ethical Vegan Voices

If the Syrian author of that poem could go vegan, anyone in our era can buck far milder social pressures and go vegan.