Now and Next This is the last chapter in the story of three sharp engineers, who decided to make a difference – and write childrens' books. Read the first two episodes if you haven’t yet: …Chapter 1: the story of why [link] and Chapter 2: the how’s of planning children’s books and learning to rhyme … Continue reading The Three Submarine Engineers – Chapter 3
or How Collaborative Communities Can Reduce Global Warming....
Announcing a new resource page for Climate Steps - Podcasts, which has reviews of 13 informative podcasts in the areas of climate science, how climate change affects us, the all important climate solutions, and then the environment in general. Three of my favorites are: The Mint Climate Change Tracker, which provides an overview of climate … Continue reading A New Climate Steps Resource Page – Podcasts
Need a list of things you can do to save the planet while stuck at home or in the yard, self-isolating? Well, there's no need to binge-watch shows you aren't interested in. Instead ...
As I sit huddled in a fluffy robe, unwilling to turn on the boiler yet because it is just too early in the season to turn on the heat (and because it requires moving some stuff in the basement first), I contemplate the many other ways I have and still need to do keep warm. … Continue reading Fuzzy Socks
After we ourselves "Reuse" something, but before we "Recycle" it, there is a concept we really need to become aware of and do: we need to "Recirculate." In other words.... SCORE!
How would I even start doing something about those things? I think I’ll crawl under the covers and hope someone else figures this stuff out. ... But wait!....
The Next Steps in Recycling By Amy Copeland As we dutifully pitch our cardboard, glass, and the sometimes-hard-to-avoid plastic bottles into the recycling bin every week, it can feel like a lot is left over for the trashcan. That does not feel great. But it turns out, a lot more can be recycled that we … Continue reading Unique (and Downright Strange) Steps towards Zero Waste
I am back to writing after a hiatus of two months -- during which I was pretty occupied taking a remote, online course from the University of Michigan. It's title: Act on Climate: Steps to Individual, Community, and Political Action (https://www.coursera.org/learn/act-on-climate). It was a seven-week course with modules on food, energy, transportation, the built environment, … Continue reading A Climate Action Course Completed
...far fewer steers than I expected - really? I am the daughter of Texas cattle ranchers; I am quite surprised.
A gathering of ideas from folks in different Facebook groups, and what I am tackling. (Those steps now tackled are in green, those not achieved, in red.) First off, this is my second year throwing myself into climate activism – yes, it all started due to the 2016 election from climate change hell. I realized … Continue reading 2018 New Year Climate Resolutions