Celebrate Poetic Earth Month Guess what? It’s April again, and that means that not only is it National Poetry Month, it’s also Poetic Earth Month. The most wonderful month for celebration! What Can I Do to Celebrate Poetic Earth Month this April? 1. You can sign up to get free weekly poems✨ in your inbox! […]
The Show Me the Greenery podcast was a limited edition podcast exploring how young people feel about workplaces and other settings that do (or do not) show ecological concern.
If you’re worried, and wondering if you can take any direct action to address climate breakdown, it can help to think of what areas need work and what areas you’re more able to focus on.
Climate breakdown is the most recent term for global warming (the temperature of the earth rising) and climate change (climate’s unprecedented change).
There’s so much plastic in ordinary floss containers. So I decided to try out something a bit different…
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…
Classic climate action messaging has relied on alarm, guilt, accusation, shaming. It rarely works. We propose a highly-successful approach we’ve used in a different arena: the UCEFUL model.
Today’s writing prompt is based on an excerpt of “Neruda’s Memoirs” Whenever we face challenges, we have the privilege of framing them in words—words that express our hopes, our losses, our dreams; words that transform our personal vision or the world’s. These words can become a source of sustenance and discovery, for the sometimes long […]
Now that we know what we know about climate breakdown, can we learn something from the deer? Try answering with a poem!
Today’s poetry writing prompt is based on the poem Find. Focusing on a single natural item or two was (and still is) the simple basis for a longstanding genre of poetry: haiku. Imagine that! A whole genre that relies on attentiveness to our natural surroundings. The haiku understands that it doesn’t “take much” to start […]
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