Well this week I don’t have much to talk about when it comes to sustainability. So instead of spewing out information maybe I can pose a couple questions that someone else can comment an answer to. There has been lots of talk about living sustainable but just how realistic is it? I mean we all live here in dorms shared within a campus of I think 6000, most likely more than that. In one of my classes we talk about how to get people to do things that are beneficial to society. While everyone was saying very cookie-cutter answers about increasing education about the topic or making it more accessible to communities, their only thought I could think of is that you can’t make people do anything. People will only do something if THEY personally care or see it beneficial. And I was thinking about that conversation because I had shared that no matter how educated people are, for example, in how littering is bad for the environment, if they don’t care to pick up at piece of trash or throw it away properly, then they won’t do it. It sucks that even I know how doing small things like turning off the light, or stop running the water when I brush my teeth will help out, but sometimes I just choose not to do it. I’m sure that the case for majority of the people though. So the question that I still ponder is how do we get people to care, specifically with the environment. We are all doing these projects in the class but in a way I feel like that might not be enough. it is a struggle in trying to promote anything, especially if it trying to change bits of people’s rutines and lifestyles but I think if we can answer that question we are golden in getting the earth back on track. So back to my original question, how realistic is a sustainable lifestyle? Also, how much of a change do people ,or myself, need to start making to live sustainable and do something beneficial for our society and environment?