This past week I visited the Pacific Worlds Exhibit at the Oakland Museum of California! If you’re local, definitely check it out. It runs into January of 2016 and it’s as cool as the BART ads make it look. Remember that environmental issues are social issues #motherearth #motherocean A photo posted by Jessi… Read more »
One of the best parts of living in New York City is the sheer number of things happening, all the time, everywhere — and how somehow almost all of the events I attend are amazing. This week I went to a discussion on Ben Stewart‘s Don’t Trust, Don’t Fear, Don’t Beg: The Extraordinary Story of the Arctic 30…. Read more »
Bottled water is pretty much the definition of horrible. Ditching your plastic in exchange for a reusable water bottle is the easiest way that you can make a difference in the climate movement. The average american spends over $200 a year on bottled water, which seems mildly ridiculous from a financial perspective, especially considering in many… Read more »
Global Divestment Day was February 13-14. Did you break-up with Fossil Fuels? Check out the wrap-up of action throughout 350.org and FossilFree’s day of action. A shameless plug for Zentouro’s take on Global Divestment Day and why it is important for everyone to #divest.
A decade long battle is finally coming to a close (hopefully). The House and Senate have both passed bills calling for the construction of the Keystone XL Tarsands Pipeline. This is bad for a whole lot of reasons — namely the Tarsands in Alberta, Canada are some of the largest, dirtiest stores of fossil fuel… Read more »
YouTuber Veritasium discusses his frustration with the average citizen’s lack of knowledge about Climate Change and invites viewers to Have your voice heard at the UN Climate Summit in NYC, September 23: http://bit.ly/WhyNotVe.
The most recent (June 11th) xkcd post is particularly relevant to this site’s focus. Check out the main post.
Greenway2020 is a movement that brings together all Angeleno’s to realize a new vision for the Los Angeles River, with the goal of connecting a 51-mile Greenway adjacent to the LA River by 2020. The Greenway serves as more than just a pathway – it is an investment in communities, connecting neighborhoods and offering a… Read more »
Don’t let your bike get sad. See what happens when you choose your car over your bike.