The big day is finally here—it’s Earth Day! Nearly half a century old this day dedicated to our one and only planet draws attention to things we sometimes take for granted.
Our planet does many things, but number one on that list (for us at least) is keeping us alive. The fact is, our planet’s resources are not inexhaustible, and without proper care and precaution they will run out. Read the rest of this entry
This weekend we will celebrate Earth Day. Leading up to that celebration of our one and only planet is Earth Week.
Seeing as today is What to Watch Wednesday, some earth related television seems in order. If you’re wondering what could possibly fall into that genre, well then you obviously haven’t seen “Blue Planet II.”
Crusaders, I have a bone to pick with the weather.
After a week of frigid temperatures, a lot of the country is staring down three days of 50-degree days, and I for one do not trust it. Not just because I’ve just fully regained sensation in my face…
This Earth Day, across the country and around the world, we march for science.
We march for those who live by its laws, those who fear it, those who distrust it, and even those aim to discredit it.
We march because ignoring scientific facts for the sake of short-term gains, does not make those facts go away, but it does set us on a track for some long-term, devastating consequences. Read the rest of this entry
Today was not a great day for anyone who’s a fan of Earth. Which frankly, we should all be fans since it’s currently our only option planet-wise.
Today we took a step backwards when it comes to reducing carbon emissions. I won’t name names as to who decided they knew better than nearly every single scientist studying climate change…but I will provide a link below. Read the rest of this entry