Exploring Solar Panels

I think I hit a nerve with this go green conversation. Several people wrote after the last post. Some said, “Egads, I’m going in circles too, I just want someone to tell me what to do.” Others said, “Hey, I’ve got some swell ideas. Check out these links.”

So I figured, why not mash people up and get everyone talking to each other. Because, as we all know, it takes a (blogger) village.

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Guest Post: Letter to Family and Friends – Trump’s Decision on the Paris Accord

I know that like me, many of you are disheartened and angry by President Trump’s decision to pull the US out of the Paris Climate Change Accord. While this is an incredibly short-sighted decision based upon ideological nonsense that will damage our nation’s standing in the world, I do not believe this is the end of the Paris agreement nor of the United States’ move toward a carbon-free economy.

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Tell Your Story + Hear Me Speak on April 30 – “Climate Change: The Impact On Vulnerable Communities”

I’m super excited about this “symposium”—that’s really a fancy word for an amazing program. It will start with you in dialogue telling your stories—and end with a performance based on those stories. Between those bookends will be a conversation about climate change between me and Mark Reynolds, Executive Director of Citizens’ Climate Lobby. With an action item tucked in for good measure. I really, really hope you can make it! Be sure to RSVP, and then let me know if you’ll be there so I can start to get excited!

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