Earth Day Network Blog Updates
Earth Day Network Intern - Christine HoguetRead More
Earth Day Network Guest Blogger - Christina Dubin, MS Ed, RYT - West Newbury, MA - www.earthelephant.comRead More
Our act of green of the week comes from Ann Lin who is urging us all to reconsider our consumption of bottled water.
The manufacturing of bottled water wastes a lot of water. So, don't buy bottled water, use a water flask.
We are depleting local acquifers worldwide. There's also the issues of pollution from discarded water bottles which we don't recycle. Lastly, let's not forget the amount of fuel used in making water bottles and transporting them.Read More
“No, we’re not going to allow any legislation that impedes the need to improve our health and safety,” Obama’s chief of staff Bill Daley said Thursday when asked whether the White House would consider legislation to block or delay EPA climate regulations.Read More
There's an old joke that goes: how many lawyers does it take to change a light bulb? The punchline is: how many can you afford? On October 31, 2011 when you turn to look at the person standing next to you on the subway platform, or on the bus you ride to work each day--will you then realize that you are now part of a planet that has seven billion inhabitants? The question that will now be posed for all of us to ponder is how much can the Earth afford?Read More
Earth Day Network - Green Schools Coordinator - Josh Volinsky
Earth Day Network, in partnership with the UPS Foundation, launched the first annual National Biodiesel Education Day on May 17. To mark this occasion, our Green Schools Coordinator, Josh Volinsky, organized an event in Newton, Massachusetts to attend a celebration of Newton North High School’s Greengineers program.Read More
Earth Day Network Interns - Timothy Damon & Andrew KuhlmanRead More
“It is now more than ten years since I left public office. I am returning to the public stage today because I believe that this Congress, in its assaults on our environment, has embarked on the most radical course in our history. Congress, led by the House of Representatives, has declared war on our land, water and natural resources.”Read More