British School Bans Christmas Cards Citing Environmental Concerns
Students at the Belton Lane Primary School in Lincolnshire, England, have been banned from sending Christmas cards to their classmates because the cards are allegedly bad for the environment.
According to Jonathan Mason, head teacher at Belton, students approached him with concerns regarding the â€śimpact of sending Christmas cards on the environment.â€ť
â€śThroughout the world, we send enough Christmas cards that if we placed them alongside each other, theyâ€™d cover the worldâ€™s circumference 500 times,â€ť Mason wrote in the letter, which has been posted by Sky News. â€śThe manufacture of Christmas cards is contributing to our ever-growing carbon emissions.â€ť...
Douglas Fir wrote: I wonder if they will start protesting Japan now that they have resumed hunting down whales.
Probably not. Hunting whales is good because they poop in the ocean. If whales are removed, not only will the ocean be cleaner, the water level will drop, thereby compensating for the ice melting due to Ford F-150s running to Home Depot.