Regarding green infrastructure, Angie Kim of Purchase College says,”We want to be the best we can to show other institutions that they can do it as well.” Learn about the college’s processes (and get inspired for your own) in this biography of a bioswale.
In return for poetry, Henk Rogers of Tetris and Blue Startups eventually handed me the whole planet. But not before a tough negotiation that involved two cards he extended to me, directing me to choose just one.
While the growing “Fridays for Future” movement has a central goal of influencing leadership worldwide regarding climate breakdown, there’s no need to wait for leadership to come along, before we start making a big difference.
In an important climate poll earlier this year, nearly two-thirds of teachers (65%) said climate teaching is outside their subject area. So, at Poetic Earth Month, we wanted to help teachers find a way to integrate climate into their subject areas in a seamless fashion. The result? Earth to Poetry.
Visit the Poetic Earth Month “art gallery” and be delighted by summer’s last Rose of Sharon, from white and magenta to antique lavender.
I’d been enamored of the little wooden bee button for weeks, so I finally decided to try out bees wrap sandwich wraps. Beautiful! I also learned a lot more than I bargained for about the intriguing history of preservation and art.
Visit the Poetic Earth Month “art gallery” and be enthralled by the jeweled beauty of the wineberry.
Why consider living free of plastic? Even the dolls know the answer to that question. (Out of the mouths of babes.)