earth day

Will the EPA ask the kiddies to turn in Mommy and Daddy to the Feds for driving too much?

Via Washington Examiner:

The Environmental Protection Agency wants your child’s undivided attention this Earth Day, unleashing a cast of characters such as Coco the Chameleon and Carl the reluctant car to teach them how pollution hurts and why it’s better for mommy and daddy to bike to work.

The EPA updated its official Earth Day website recently with an official countdown to the environmental holiday, April 22, while offering dozens of activities to teach children why they should care about pollution they can’t see such as ozone and carbon dioxide.

Teachers are encouraged to use the heaps of Earth Day lesson plans that are posted on the site, along with coloring books and other activities to help them understand why some days one of their friends might get sick by invisible toxins in the air….


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  1. ancientwrrior says:

    These mentally challenged fools want us to go back to the horse and buggy days. Unfortunately in doing so we’d have to contend with the untold amounts of horse pucky everywhere (not that we don’t have to contend with said stuff from the government now). But on the good side, we could use the droppings for fuel to burn in place of gas or electricity. Isn’t recycling great. 🙂

  2. midget says:

    Parents have to drive their kids and their friends everywhere. It’ll
    be fun to watch them tell their kids they have to walk from now on.
    That will go over as good as horse pucky.

  3. Alain41 says:

    Will EPA say that a Presidential motorcade should be no larger than 9 cars? And no SUVs? And advocate that Cabinet Secys take a taxi, Uber, Lyft, bicycle, walk, bus, or subway train instead of a chauffeured limo? Get back to me after EPA has done that.

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