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A Clean and Green Christmas Gift

One of the fun things we typically do on Christmas Day is catch up with distant friends and relatives – now even more enjoyable since “video” calls are so easy and affordable.  On one of our calls this year, we learned about a gift someone received – and it was associated with Toto.  My first … Continue reading A Clean and Green Christmas Gift

Happy New Year, Earth

For the past two years, I’ve written and posted every Tuesday morning, focusing on some aspect of climate change or global warming, with the intent of making specific choices to save our planet.  Hopefully, by sharing what I’m learning and doing, more people would adopt behaviors that further that objective.  Most of the topics for … Continue reading Happy New Year, Earth

Call In The Cavalry

I’ve been following the announced appointments of the Biden administration relative to energy and climate issues, and so far, I’m impressed.  After four dismal years of the T***p administration’s systematic dismantling of environmental protections and policies, it’s as though Planet Earth said “Call in the Cavalry” and Biden and his new team appeared, riding over … Continue reading Call In The Cavalry

Native American Heritage Month

I recently learned that November is Native American Heritage Month.  (Thank you, James.) This declaration originated over 100 years ago as a day of recognition for the significant contributions Native Americans have made to our nation. President George H. W. Bush expanded it into a month-long celebration by approving a joint resolution of Congress, establishing … Continue reading Native American Heritage Month