The Alliance for Climate Protection and Current TV are proud to announce that the grand prize winner of our “60 Seconds to Save the Earth” Ecospot Contest is Dave Schlafman for his video entitled Sky is Falling. Pamir KicimanAuthentic Japanese
Texas & Climate change
Driving back from dropping my son at school, I heard an excellent report on the state of greenhouse emissions in good ole Texas. This NPR report is available with a great more detail on their site. Additionally, President Bush is
U.N. Chief Seeks More Climate Change Leadership
NY Times article link, available even after it becomes archived By ELISABETH ROSENTHAL Published: November 18, 2007 In releasing a report on climate change, the U.N. secretary general called on the U.S. and China to play “a more constructive role.”
Watch the Presidential Forum on Global Warming!
Today presidential candidates will gather in Los Angeles for the first ever Presidential Forum on Global Warming and America’s Energy Future. The event will be a critical opportunity to hear from the candidates on their positions and to spotlight the
Gifts of Acknowledgment
Today I’m grateful for the gifts of acknowledgment. Being acknowledged is so vital to our health. From the little things to the more substantial, being seen and heard is healing, fulfilling, completing and restoring. While my sense of self isn’t
Grateful despite the news
Nneka over at Balanced Life Center has started 2007’s Season of Gratitude and I’m jumping in! Today I’m grateful that: The Atlantic Hurricane season has been uneventful in my area. Living in Southern Florida, this is big.
Today is Blog Action Day. The organizers have chosen to highlight the environment. Here’s my contribution: Everything Around Us Environment. What does it mean? The word itself is derived from Middle English ‘envirounen,’ from Old French ‘environner,’ from ‘environ,’ around,