‘Green burial’ restores, preserves the land

The impending demise of the Baby Boomers has huge and generally unrecognized environmental consequences: Some 80 million of us Boomers will either add millions of tons of weight onto our global footprint or make things a little better. The natural burial movement started in England about 20 years ago and is now growing in the United States. What we now call “green burial” used to be called “burial.” It is just a return to nature the way the Pilgrims did it: with a wooden box or a shroud and a tree planted over the grave. Voor meer zie Link (Engelstalig).

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