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.
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.
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.
Often, we get catalogs we never signed up to receive. Or, we get catalogs we used to want and don’t want now. It’s simple to get off their lists—and doing so addresses several climate change game changers.
What happens when one woman decides to sit with the squirrels, in a year-long experiment posed by Merkel’s book on simplicity? It all starts in the woods.
One woman, millions of trees planted. How did Wangari Maathai do it? She inspired others.