Larry Wines: For the first time in decades, there are no active campaigns to regulate anything that rich interests want to do, no matter how destructive to the planet and the animals and planets who share it with us.
Larry Wines: There’s breaking news that 150+ countries are signing-on to tackle the climate crisis. You can even take part in that.
Wayne Williams: Time is running out as we are already seeing the fruits of our carbon spewing and population growth, consuming resources and heating the planet more and more every minute.
David Cobb: Our only hope is to help build a mass social movement of educated and engaged citizens to reign in these runaway corporations.
Walter Brasch: It is important that the people push a weak-willed Congress, inflated by Big Energy political contributions, to force the natural gas industry to be accountable for all laws that protect the public health and environment.
Jack Eidt: This Earth Day 2013, world ecosystems face imminent danger from humanity’s ecological overreach and climate change. Building on the original 1970 theme of a national teach-in, promoting awareness of the acute problems, posing solutions to advance environmental sustainability, and building a movement to work toward its implementation.
This year North East Trees will be celebrating Earth Day on Saturday April 16th at Rio de Los Angeles State Park with a day of service and maintenance.
Paul Loeb: As Angie’s involvement deepened, she found more ways to act on her newfound convictions. She brought over 100 Virginia Tech students to Power Shift, a national student climate change conference held at the University of Maryland. Angie also helped plan the entertainment, and as she looked out from the stage at 6,000 students, “felt for the first time like we really have a movement.”
Change the World by Changing Yourself Seeking the Path of Practical Ecology “Live light upon the Earth, If you would not be earthbound.” — Shining Bear I was only a teenager, but I could never get it out of my mind: “How should we be living our lives? Is there not more to life than […]