Monthly Archives: November 2015

In Solidarity With Paris, Day 2

“We Must Create a ‘World That is Worthy of Our Children” President Obama The long-awaited Paris climate talks have begun today.  What can we all do in solidarity with countries trying to hammer out a sustainable way to move forward … Continue reading

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Simple Ways to Cut Food Waste, Day 1

From Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day, household waste increases by more than 25%. Added food waste, shopping bags, packaging, wrapping paper, bows and ribbons all adds up to an additional 1 million tons a week to our landfills. (Source: EPA) … Continue reading

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October 2015, Warmest on Record

  From the Washington Post: It was Earth’s warmest October ever recorded and it wasn’t even close. The record-shattering month was right in step with most of the preceding months in 2015 — which is positioned to easily rank as … Continue reading

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“I have NO hope!”

“A strategy needs to be something that can be sustained!” President Obama on fighting ISIS How are we as a society failing our twenty-some year old young men? The shooters in San Bernardino were living the life the men I talk … Continue reading

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America Recycles Day

November 15 is America Recycles Day!  I am pleased how recycling has changed and awareness has increased over the past 2 years.  With the advent of the big blue one-sort containers many more people and communities are participating.  Even parks … Continue reading

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Amazing Footage of Tar Sands

If you have any doubt whether President Obama should have rejected the Keystone pipeline, watch the video below showing what has happened in Canada in the area of the tar sands.  Bill Nye takes us on a helicopter ride to see … Continue reading

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Falling Leaves and Protecting Clean Water

Fall Clean Up: Remember your curbs and gutters to protect our lakes and waterways. ! Did you know that just five bags of leaves and organic debris from streets and sidewalks could contain one pound of phosphorus?  Over time, this … Continue reading

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