Confess Your Biggest 'Eco Sin' to the Baltimore Sun, Win a Green Prize

<p>Who said the secular liberal media don't have religion? Just ask the Baltimore Sun, which is offering eco-absolution of a sort for readers who confess their greatest &quot;eco sin&quot; to the editors of their environmentalist blog.</p><p>What follows is Kim Walker's September 18 entry, &quot;What's your biggest eco sin?&quot; at the Sun's <a href="http://weblogs.baltimoresun.com/features/green/2009/09/whats_your_bigges... target="_blank">B'More Green blog</a>:</p><blockquote><p>I wrote earlier today about being <a href="http://weblogs.baltimoresun.com/features/green/2009/09/do_low_flow_showe... hesitant about switching </a>to a low flow showerhead. Water (over)usage is my biggest eco sin. And every time I soak in a hot bath after a long day at work, I swear it'll be my last. </p><!--break--><p>We all try to lessen our footprint, but everyone has a weakness or two. (Except for B'More Green blogger Meredith, who takes home her work junk mail so she can recycle it.) Are you a paper towel junkie? Do you love your SUV? Share your biggest eco sin in the comments by 5 p.m. Monday (Sept. 21) for a chance to win a prize. One commenter will receive an ecotools pampering kit with bamboo nail brush and lotion and cream that are 98 percent from nature. (I know, I know, a green blog shouldn't be rewarding bad behavior, but perhaps confessing your sins is the first step to reform.) </p></blockquote>

Ken Shepherd
Ken Shepherd
Ken Shepherd is the Managing Editor for NewsBusters