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Friendships and connections are important, but accepting the help and guidance of people who have gone where we want to go is invaluable.
This year is the start of a new decade and a new chapter for the world in which our actions become more important than ever.
Children often speak with courage and clarity that can inspire and teach us how to be better stewards of our environment.
Composting is another way to cut down on waste, reduce your carbon footprint, and create nutrient-rich soil to boot.
Recycling is great but reducing your consumption of single use materials and reusing what you can is far more effective and efficient.
All across this country, there is an emerging class of Indigenous scientists who are working to improve water quality, protect the home of our non-human relatives, and revitalize ancestral agriculture techniques for food sovereignty.
A better future for our children is on the other side of all this work, just waiting for us to get there. All we have to do is make the journey.
Sometimes it’s important to come together and speak with one unified voice as many did during the recent Global Climate Strike.
In the face of continuing environmental degradation, the time has come to consider the legal rights of nature itself.
In addressing climate change, it’s important to think outside the box and take a long-term approach.