Friday, March 28, 2008

Want to Help Clean Up the Planet?

Tired of picking up other people's trash from your yard, local parks, and public sidewalks?

Do something positive about it -- take The Eclectic Writer Early Earth Day Reader Challenge!

I've challenged my blog readers to answer the following question: What can we do throughout the year to change people's behavior so we can keep trash off the streets, out of the woods, and in the garbage cans.

My goal is to collect ideas and post them to The Eclectic Writer on Earth Day, April 22nd.

Think about it -- if everyone picks up on one thing they can do differently over the course of a year, we can make the world a cleaner place.

Visit The Eclectic Writer for more information and to submit an idea. You can post as a comment or email me at

1 comment:

carmen said...

I was just reading about the slogan "Don't Mess With Texas," which allegedly originated as a slogan for an anti-trash ad campaign in Texas. The idea was to play on Texan loyalty to their state and to convey the message that trashing Texas would be unpatriotic (if Texas were its own country that is).

I think we need more catchy campaigns and incentives.