....people don’t behave like water molecules. Whenever a new road is opened, we change our behavior.
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 ...
....cover the one-species grass lawn of death with cardboard, loads of compost, and then mulch. Then plant new native plants in....
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!....
A Plastic Affair to Remember - Always. Plastic first came into our lives 150 years ago, and we fell in love, hard. But although it made and makes our lives wonderful in many ways - it comes with baggage now. Lots and lots of terrible baggage. This article, Part 1, outlines the impact plastic makes, … Continue reading Plastic = Climate Change, Part 1
Hmmmm. Things are changing in city life. Electric bikes, electric scooters, electric skateboards, even hoverboards and Segways, are successfully competing against cars, at least within a 10-mile radius of downtowns. Regular bikes as well, but electric bikes and other motorized mini-vehicles, with improved battery performance, are providing more potential for commuting and running errands for … Continue reading Mini-Motorized Machines
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
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