six degrees of separation" we are generally only six people away from just about everyone on the planet (including Kevin Bacon). That means that the little things (or eco-steps, even) we say and do have the potential to influence, well, everyone. Taking it one step further, think about Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and all of the other social media out there. We are all "friends" of friends, of friends of someone. Arguably, we are more interconnected now than in any other time in history and that this "togetherness" brings us all more power than we realize. I must say that I've gone back and forth on this whole social media concept. I've loved it, I've hated it, I have activated, deactivated, then reactivated accounts just to stay "in touch" or at least semi-tethered to modern society. Say or feel what you want about it, social media is here and becoming more entrenched in our way of life, which brings about the power and responsibility aspect. Since we are all interconnected (one way or another) we can use these social media tools to help share ideas and raise awareness about important issues. That's where Eco-Steps come in. Let's look at some examples.