Searching a bit has failed to find the answer to this one but I sense it might be something Steve would have fun tracking down. We will see if he is up to the task! Maybe someone else knows the answer? I suppose I could be missing something obvious, but I have sure given it some thought and so far I have come up empty.
Sustainability is something I have believed in and read about for many years. I don’t preach about it and am sure not perfect in my own sustainability efforts, but usually when I hear these days about the latest sustainability suggestion or recommendation, I already know about it. This one has me stumped.
Twice in recent days, once in print and again in another unrelated interview on NPR, I have heard it said that the person in question lives such a sustainable life; “they have only ice in their freezer”. These were two different people being talked about in two completely unrelated stories. In both cases, no elaboration was given. It seemed assumed that anyone with any knowledge at all about sustainability would understand why having only ice in their freezer would prove these two folks to have unimpeachable sustainability credentials.
So what’s up? Do I have ice on the brain, or are others as stumped as I am. Google was no help, so maybe Steve will come to the rescue!