It's all together chic to be green in 2010--going paperless, bringing your own bag to the grocery store, tooling around in the tiniest electric car--and it's all good for the planet. I have no argument with any of this, really.
Others are starting to think about green burials, doing away with the pomp and circumstance of elegant and endangered hardwood coffins, brass hardware and the like. It's all about reducing one's carbon footprint. But don't the ants, worms and maggots still do their part, anymore, or have they relocated to planets northeast of us? I really shouldn't be cynical about the green movement when it comes to the topic of death; it's not polite or politically correct.
it's settled then
I'll be wearing