A cause of, and a tool with which to fight climate change
...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
An amazing year, an incredible year, an interesting year – as in the Chinese curse in terms of my workload. It has been wonderful, however, starting up the Climate Steps blog and Facebook group, which are now officially one year and four days old. The Facebook group Climate Steps has turned out pretty cool, and … Continue reading Climate Steps taken in 2017
"What do trains run off of, fuel-wise? " Good question - one that was asked as I was sitting in the dining car on Amtrak's Crescent-line, from Washington DC to Louisiana today. The subject of fuel sources had come up among myself and my two tablemates -- designated by Amtrak to sit with me for … Continue reading Train-ing Ourselves
....which means having my body being blasted off the earth, against gravity, and flown through the air has generated 20 tons of C02.
An interesting, and very extensive (whew), thread about climate change occurred in a quite large, science-related Facebook group of which I am a part, and I promised the group that I’d sum up the results. What made the thread interesting? A grandmother wondered about how she can protect her kids and grandkids from climate change-caused … Continue reading 196 Science-Lovers and their Climate Change Solutions
oh, and the Muppets...
I realize I am writing this a little late – how can Christmas be in four days?? ..... I wanted to quickly dash off some Christmas climate steps, such as things that one can give others for Xmas and give yourself, that will help prevent our world from warming. In other words, help keep that snow around for Xmas.