9 Reasons Why We Love Being Sustainable … In Pictures

Keeping with the tradition of Valentine’s Day, we decided to compile a list of reasons why we love sustainability, in pictures.

It encourages innovation and efficiency (Hudson River Valley. NY)
(1) It encourages innovation and efficiency (Solar in Hudson River Valley, NY)
(1) Fruits and veggies just taste better when you grow them yourself
(2) Fruits and veggies just taste better when you grow them yourself
We want our grandchildren and great-grandchildren to be able to enjoy things like these (Yosemite National Park, California)
(3) We want our grandchildren and great-grandchildren to be able to enjoy things like these (Yosemite National Park, California)
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti 2014 by Rosaly Byrd
(4) Because this breaks our heart   😦  (Port-Au-Prince, Haiti)
(5) Because we want gals like these to be around forever (Melbourne Beach, Florida)
(5) Because we want gals like this to be around forever (Melbourne Beach, Florida)

So we can leave a better earth for future generations than the one we inherited (Hudson Rivery Valley, NY)

(6) So we can leave a better earth for future generations than the one we inherited (Hudson River Valley, NY)
We don't want the Amazon to turn into this. Although Namibian deserts are beautiful, let's keep them in Namibia.
(7) We don’t want the Amazon to turn into this. Although Namibian deserts are beautiful, let’s keep them in Namibia.
It is a platform for different actors in society to work together for more balanced norms that shape our experiences and our future (UNFCCC COP18, Doha Qatar)
(8) It is a platform for different actors in society to work together for more balanced norms that shape our experiences and our future (UNFCCC Doha Qatar)
Because, after all, nature is the love we can't live without! Happy Valentine's Day!
(9) Because, after all, nature is the love we can’t live without! Sunset in La Jolla, San Diego)
Happy Valentine’s Day from the Sustainability Co-Op!
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