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Pee In The Shower To Save The Atlantic Rainforest

by | 5th, August 2009

shower-weeTO save the planet we must all make sacrifices, so goes the media message. In Brazil, locals are being encouraged to urinate in the show and therebye give Gaia a 2-4-1 deal on water saving.

Amazing, indeed, that anyone needs to be told to do this. Watch the TV adverts – produced and powered by the magick of electricity to save the world. So say the green jihadis.

Anorak readers will recalls a similar effort by former London mayor Ken Livingstone to see urine reclassified as “green waste” and urged us not to flush if we’d only had a pee. Such is the way forward for civilisation.

New TV ads are encouraging Brazilians to save water – by urinating in the shower.

With a  friend?

Brazilian environmental group SOS Mata Atlantica says the campaign, running on several television stations, uses humour to persuade people to reduce flushes.

The group says if a household avoids one flush a day, it can save up to 4,380 litres of water annually…

Narrated by children’s voices, the ad ends with: ”Pee in the shower! Save the Atlantic rainforest!”

Poo in a flower pot and save the whale.

Spotter: Andrew Bolt

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