Wednesday, April 22, 2015

It's Our Turn to Lead

I'm lucky enough to live in a state that gets plenty of sunshine, yet I'm always surprised at how long it took for the solar movement to take hold, and at how hard electric companies work to convince consumers to stay firmly attached to the grid. More baffling are the folks that water sidewalks and run faucets when we are living in a desert that faces horrible drought conditions. Politics aside, caring for planet earth is our responsibility and I hope you'll take a moment to learn more about how easy it is to get involved and make one small change towards saving the planet.


Here's an interesting article from my local paper about the relationship between the rise in population and the many endangered species on our planet, and the creative way they've chosen to get that message out on college campuses. Hint: involves sustainable condoms.

For more information about how you can get involved or to find events in your local area, click here.

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