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Every Day is Earth Day for Nudists

Thursday, April 22, is the 40th anniversary of Earth Day. Clubs affiliated with AANR carry out a multitude of green activities throughout the year. It’s a natural fit, as the affinity between the naked body and respect for nature makes every day Earth Day for nudists.

This year do you have any special plans to reduce your carbon footprint?

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7 Responses to Every Day is Earth Day for Nudists

  1. Rick says:

    We have a natural area in our neighborhood which is perfect for nude hiking. I’m out there almost every day!

  2. WILLIAM WELCH says:

    LETS START USING MUGS FOR ALL OUR DRINKS [COFFEE,TEA,WATER,ECT] STOP WASTING PAPER CAPS DAY AFTER DAY WTWELCH

  3. Allen says:

    Carried out the recycling today: but it was a regular chore, not a special occasion. I agree: living naked as much as possible is just one of a number of sustainable practices; environmentalism and nudism do go hand in hand.

  4. Alan Christensen says:

    I do what I can. I recycle, pick up trash, I garden, switched to CFL lights. I make the ultimate sacrifice in winter and wear warm clothes and keep the thermostat low! In summer no AC just no clothes so it works out.

  5. roert heimgartner says:

    Start small ride a bicycle or walk to your local visits. Going out to dinner, stay with in two miles of your home.Summer is here explore your own neighborhood.

  6. Mark says:

    As nudists we need to go a step further and encourage our resorts to implement recycling programs, produce less garbage, and install energy efficient lightbulbs. Let’s get our fellow nudists to put bio-diesel in those RV’s. Let’s invite green experts to our conventions and other events. Let’s show the clothed world how it’s done! They will respect us for it and we’ll get more members!

  7. Shirley Gauthier says:

    The Willamettans Family Nudist Resort http://www.willamettans.com in AANR-NW has had a recycling center for members and guests for years. It is maintained by volunteers and saves the resort money, helps the environmnet and is earth friendly.

    Recently AANR-NW members and others planted over 300 Douglas Fir Trees in our Rooster Rock State Park where we have one of two sanctioned beaches to recreate nude.

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