Green sex

Are you wondering what more you can do to help the planet?
You take your bike to work, eat organic, but want to do more.
Greenpeace has looked into one of humanity's favourite pastimes and uncovered the passion that can make a difference for our environment.
You can be a bomb in bed without nuking the planet ...

Turn off the lights.
We all have to do our part to stop climate change, energy reduction and energy efficiency are an important part of changing our energy culture.
If you want to see your partner, or what you are doing, have sex during the day.

Passion for fruit?
If you like to use produce to get the blood boiling, make sure it is GE-free.
There have not been enough studies on genetically engineered foods to know what the effects on our diets will be, let alone the affects of using it for more intimate activities.

Oysters and other shellfish can be potent aphrodisiacs, but our oceans are being destroyed at an unprecedented rate we need to stop plundering for pleasure.
Instead you can support sustainable community based operations in the Amazon rainforest choosing from two popular and plentiful herbal and fruit drinks, guaran and caju, for more than just a clean conscience.

Forget the fossil fuel based lubricants like petroleum jelly!
Esso's screwing the planet, but you don't have to.

Ok, I'm not sure what you would use them for, never done so myself, ahem, but if you wanted some paddles for something other than rowing, please, for god's sake, make sure they are made from sustainably harvested timber.
Look for timber, paddles, whatever, certified by the only internationally recognised ecological forest certification organisation, the Forest Stewardship Council, or FSC.

Role playing games can be fun as long as both partners are consenting and comfortable with the boundaries.
So if you and your partner want to dress up and play George Bush and Corporate America at the Earth Summit or other S&M style games, agree on what's permissible and what's not up front.
And remember that games like fantasies are not real life.