For the new, next level Climate Steps (aka the version 2.0 that is coming), we have new logos, care of the pro bono work of designer Clare Talbot, of http://www.clarevoyant.com, and our Facebook group's major voting and feedback. One result - a logo series that tells the story of what we are about - reversing … Continue reading The new logos for taking Climate Steps
Reflection, in Honor of Plastic-Free July. This is a waste basket, the kind made out of waste. The broken base of it came from the free box of a garage sale last Saturday. The plastic ribbons are single-use plastic packaging used to ship construction materials: three of the four colors picked up off the floor … Continue reading Waste Basket
Tiny houses have been around for as long as humans have sought shelter, but lately they are becoming a more popular choice in housing internationally, offering alternatives for people who want their own house but, for a variety of reasons, don’t want a traditional, single-family home.
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 ...
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
....which means having my body being blasted off the earth, against gravity, and flown through the air has generated 20 tons of C02.