Viewpoint - March 31, 2010

Time to think about 'people' conservation

We hear a lot about the need for water conservation, land conservation, and energy conservation, but we seldom — if ever — hear or read, about people conservation.

After all, what uses up our natural resources? It doesn't matter how much each one of us tightens our belts in consuming natural resources, as long as people continue to over produce, we will never make ends meet.

Jackie Leonard-Dimmick, Walnut Avenue, Atherton


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