With the rise in awareness of the consequences posed by global warming, many find themselves striving to do what they can to save Mother Earth. This wave has spawned an ever-growing green movement. However, going green does not only entail recycling or planting trees. It also means ditching the traditional funeral in favor of an eco-friendlier burial at sea.
While this might sound weird to some, burial at sea has become quite popular, along with cremation, when sending loved ones to the afterlife. According to the Cremation Association of North America, the steady rise of those who opt for cremation and burial at sea can be attributed to the flourishing green movement sweeping the world. Such eco-friendly burials are estimated to increase by 60 percent over the next 15 years.
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