By Marie Snider
About 20-25 years ago when the “green” movement was young, I took a short leave from work to research how our family could live more environmentally-friendly.
At that time, we had been advised that coloured toilet paper was bad for the environment. Though disappointed, most of us gave up our co-ordinated bathrooms.
We all did a little recycling, but the environmental movement as such hadn’t taken off.