April 3 - April 24, 2019
April 3 - April 24, 2019

Seattle Children's Surgical Unit

Seattle Children's Hospital

Reduce our carbon footprints one fingerprint at a time to create a healthier Mother Earth.

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  • March 27 at 7:38 AM
    Having used all of these options on a regular basis, I do feel more connected to my community when walking, biking an busing. I feel very fortunate to be able to do all to get to my work. One of the reasons I am working here!I enjoy walking to work the most because it gives me time to stretch out my body before and after work and see what it...
  • March 27 at 7:36 AM
    In my opinion North Americans eat meat because they are short sighted and impulsive. Media and marketing has influenced our values to see meat as an item for the wealthy upper class yet can be obtained from a fast food for a dollar.  The media indicates it is a quick meal with protein and is healthy to people buy into that. They do not consider...
  • March 27 at 7:32 AM
    For some eating more meals in smaller amounts can regulate metabolism. This in turn reduces urges for unhealthy food so we can make wiser choices for meals.
  • March 27 at 7:30 AM
    I rarley let these dates determine if I am to purchase a product. I typically only use fresh produce. In most cases I am aware that the dates are there to move a product off a shelf. I use the dates as a guide to determine how long it has been on the shelf, not how long it will last or when it will expire.
  • March 27 at 7:28 AM
    Using healthier cooking devices is safer for better environment as well as safer cooked food. However, in some instances those are the only viable option based on their resources. In those instances it would be best to batch cook and have a community cook together to reduce the overall number of stoves used.

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