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.
Make your table more beautiful while easily reducing waste, by choosing cloth napkins over paper.
Visit the Poetic Earth Month “art gallery” and see the hemlocks dancing behind a veil.
It’s time to think about what our climate story could look like with a plot twist that involves drawing on our best ideas, our deepest creativity, our longing for connection…
Summer is coming, and soon Greta Thunberg and many of her millions of followers will have nothing to strike from. Part of me hopes she’ll use this juncture to change her approach.
In this intriguing opening to his book, Per Espen Stoknes reveals that climate science messaging needs a new story—one that seeks not to argue but to awe.
It’s becoming trendy to burn calories and make ourselves and our world more beautiful in the process. All it takes is adding a…