In an article quoted on sciencedaily.com Seth Wynes and Kimberly Nicholas write that Schools and Governments are not discussing the most effective individual tactics for tackling climate change.
Four steps their research recommends are:
Eat a plant-based diet
Avoid air travel
Live car free
Have smaller families
Bill McKibben writes in the latest Rolling Stone magazine:
In the wake of Trump pulling the U.S. out of the Paris Agreement, how serious are your elected leaders about fighting back?
Gerald Johnson, recently retired from OCA’s Executive Committee, just finished Climate Reality Leadership Training in Bellevue, WA, and has this to say:
I wanted to express my gratitude for encouraging Ali and I to participate in the climate reality training. This was a truly inspirational and educational opportunity for us both. Here is a resource offered at the training, created by Jill MacIntyre Witt, who coordinates Climate Reality Leaders in the Pacific Northwest:
B.A. Sustainable Development, Prescott College
Our thanks to Gerald for his generous and intelligent contributions to OCA. We bid him farewell and wish all success in his endeavors in Salt Lake City.
“We’ve made a major financial commitment to do all the work that needs to be done,” she added, including gathering about 350,000 signatures to ensure the needed valid signatures.
Around the world, nations have been reacting to President Trump’s announced withdrawal from the Paris climate accord with determination to move ahead in spite of the United States government. And here domestically, a growing coalition of state and local governments, tribes, and businesses are signing on to a declaration to continue honoring the Paris accord in spite of the Trump administration: