Very good article! I totally agree.
“If society as a whole would embrace sustainable living as a whole, the need for the second would not exist. However, it seems that stories in the media seem to blend the two together, which distorts the purpose for sustainable living.”
Mmm…good… Bucket fresh dehydrated food storage.
Out of stock at Costco http://www.costco.com/all-emergency-food.html
What is the difference between sustainable living and doomsday preparedness? A person with the sustainable living philosophy chooses to limit their impact on the environment, live within their means, and tries to grow food for themselves to not only save money, but to eat healthy. On the other side of the fence is another group, doomsday preppers, people who feel as if society is on the verge of collapse, they sense that some major event is about to happen and are buying emergency rations, and weapons, and stockpiling supplies; some may look to living sustainable living to prolong their existence after some disaster, but many are motivated by an impending sense of doom or apocalypse.
The first is motivated by love or…
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