so how much of a **** do you actually give about the whole 'green' thing? is it really worth worrying about in your opinion? someone just sent me this http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/treadlightly?CMP=OTCTreadLightly2 [Broken] you register, they give you 'green' tasks to do, and you pledge whether you're going to do them or not - then confess whether you got round to doing them the comments page is pretty amusing - it swings from the predictably smug: "We already use energy efficient light bulbs throughout the house, switch light off when not used , don't leave TVs etc on standby. But we have learnt a new way of saving on energy and water. We already made sure that the dishwasher was full before turning it on, but now we move the dial forward to exclude the rinsing cycle (unless the dishes are heavily soiled) and we reckon we save at least 18 gallons of water this way." to the viciously amusing: "Are we being serious when we suggest using a different cycle on our dishwashers as a radical, eco-aware strategy? Help me out here. Meanwhile, I've discovered that idling my Porsche Cayenne on the drive for 10 minutes warms up the engine so it runs more efficiently when I drive my child the half mile to school. How am I doing?" but anyway - do you give a monkey's?