My Green Valentine...
By: Kim Michele 💚
Fascinating how various spices are adapting to our changing climate (or trying to). It is all a matter of survival and is up to us to find balance in our environment to ensure the future of our wildlife and their habitat.
These guys and girls are my heroes!
Comes as no surprise. At least they have the sense to say the right thing.
I'm kind of glad that I won't be around to see this. However for the younger generation, I am scared! Is this what we are leaving behind for future generations to deal with? Shame on us!
Well worth the swap
"Legislators from the nine participating states — New York, Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Washington —... have been working together over the past two years to craft legislation and messaging around the idea of a carbon tax that would touch all parts of the state’s economy, from energy to transportation"
Looking to step up your ecotourism? If so, a visit to Vancouver should definitely be on your list. With the title of 'greenest city in Canada', a week in Vancouver will certainly help you get your green on.
By: Kim Michele
Climate change is a tangible effect that people are having to deal with on a daily basis all around the world.
Major cities are crippled due to the harsh effects of climate change as South Africa faces 3 years of the worst drought in the country’s history
Antarctica, the only continent with permanent ice coverage has lost 20,800 square miles (53,872 sq km) of ice on an average, each year, since the late 1970s. The west coast of the Antarctic Peninsula is one of the most rapidly warming parts of the planet. This has affected the distribution of penguin colonies along the coast as sea ice conditions have changed. Melting snow has seen increased plant coverage. Many glaciers have retreated, and ice shelves have collapsed too.
As Trump tries to convince us to pay 25 billion for a wall that most experts agree won't work (and could even make illegal immigration worse), it's good to keep... in mind what else 25 billion could be used for.
Personally --I like #4. Saving the entire Amazon rainforest (which provides much of the oxygen we breathe) sounds like a good use of 25 billion to me.
Although ending homelessness in the US is good too.
BTW: What happened to Mexico paying for the wall?
The museum needs to put its money where its mouth is and stop taking money from wealthy donors who don’t support their fundamental beliefs. That’s like selling your soul