Money doesn't grow on tree ! But investing in them is the best way to capture the Carbon

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    1. Riesling Dream 66 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called The New Academy: [ Invited photos only ] - [ post 1, Comment 3 ], and we'd love to have this added to the group!

      really cool!

    2. pagnolle 66 months ago | reply

      Quel beau travail. Voila une image forte; le message passe réellement bien. J'aime beaucoup.

    3. Nino H 66 months ago | reply

      Très bon travail !

    4. GregShot 66 months ago | reply

      Clever Idea

    5. Geekstalt 66 months ago | reply

      Great way to illustrate the message!

      You are invited to display your image.
      Who You Lookin' At?
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      If you accept this Invitation,
      please give awards to other images.

    6. Andrea Mariño 66 months ago | reply

      So.. now money grows on christmas tree? lol :D

    7. Andrea Mariño 66 months ago | reply

      I just read your title! you're right! :D

    8. mookio 阿默 66 months ago | reply

      Very nice idea !

    9. qh♣p [deleted] 66 months ago | reply

      very artistic.
      Have a Nice day~ ;-)

      This is ART!

      Please add in Art of Images (?Invite 1 AWARD on 2?)

      and Tag the photo with "ArtofImages"
      Reach 5 awards to enter The Best Portraits or The Best Captures

    10. KeeganBrockman 62 months ago | reply

      Bonjour, je suis l'administrateur du groupe COINS of THE WORLD (post 1 ~ comment 1), et nous aimerions beaucoup que vous ajoutiez ceci à notre groupe !

    11. BauschkeBearCompany 61 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing
      your awesome photo in

      (post 1 ~ comment 1)

    12. maurice flower 57 months ago | reply

      Good idea with the picture. Interesting.
      But still I don't get the logic of the title...

    13. SweetTMarsh 55 months ago | reply

      I am working on a flier card promoting a new website and moving all newsletters of this organization to online instead of printing. Could I get permission to use your picture on our flier?

    14. dsf_canada 54 months ago | reply

      Fantastic! Going to use it on the David Suzuki Foundation facebook page for the weekly Science Matters article/ note.

      Thanks so much for sharing!
      Nicole @ DSF.

    15. yingfeu 53 months ago | reply

      Hello, I am currently in college and I have created an article on the subject of money can I take your picture and modify because it does not come in my page.
      I cordially thank you Mehdi.

    16. DorkyMum 49 months ago | reply

      Would very much like to use this as an illustration of a green economy on the Scottish Green Party website. Full credit will be given! Any problems with that, please do drop me a note. best wishes, and great work!

    17. australianpolicyonline 49 months ago | reply

      Thanks from Australian Policy Online. This pic is our feature image (with attribution) for APO's Environment & Planning section for a week or so from 22 April 2010. See (illustrating a report called ‘Restructuring the Australian economy to emit less carbon’)

      PS. APO is a non profit website making the latest Australian social policy research available to the public. Thank you for listing your image with a Creative Commons license.

    18. 45 months ago | reply

      I blog for LED Waves, a green sustainable LED lighting company. This picture is perfect for a post on energy savings. Thanks for putting it out there!

    19. lucygray1 9 months ago | reply

      The stuff and its collection are great and telltale as contentedly.
      usefull article

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