When Theodor Seuss Geisel, whom you probably know as Dr. Seuss, set out to write “The Lorax,” he wanted to give kids a reason to care about the environment. Having witnessed the destruction of natural areas near his home in La Jolla, California, Geisel was deeply concerned for future generations and decided to make an appeal to them through a story. The problem was, he didn’t want it to sound like propaganda. He genuinely wanted the public to accept the work and share its message.
The infographic comes from a blog post we wrote earlier this week to help businesses save money while going a little greener.
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