Messages of hope need to be out there for us to grab onto & grow strong;
the Paris Agreement is one such.
Despite the urgings of Mr Trump & Myron Ebell,
our country cannot roll back its support.
This music video from 1 Million Women
calls for women around the world to speak up about climate change & hope–
to work to maintain & enhance climate policies
that will keep Earth from over-heating more.
I need hope messages.
This may help me motor up and over the likes of Myron Ebell and his boss, Mr. Trump (the White House web calls him Mr so I will too. It makes it all less scary):
KEEP IN MIND: This is what we’re up against:
I am keeping my eye out for constructive tasks that will work. One organization to look up and perhaps join: http://womensearthalliance.blogspot.com/2015/12/an-anthem-of-climate-action-and-hope.html This is a community-based organization whose aim is to uplift local solutions to issues of water, food, land, and climate change by providing women with training, resources, and advocacy support.
Fidgety I am on this go-to-the-March day.
Unsettled as the web pages I read disappear from the White House website.
Will he nix what makes the world safe & secure for his & my grandchildren?
Does he think about such?
Er, I KNOW he doesn’t know my kids
(his loss that’s for sure)
but surely he thinks about where HIS will live if Manhatten submerges?
I bonded with the Golden Crowned Kinglet just now:
he too is fidgety.
(More words from me, Patty. See below for lovely pictures of Golden Crowned Kinglets in a poses that matched the one flitting and resting overhead as I walked Doug’s dog; his name, ironically, is BARAK and this was inauguration day; and I was rueing it and all that had lead up to it except that we were in the throes at that moment of orderly transitioning, a tenet of our great country of which I am proud and which Mr. Trump ((this is how he refers to himself on the White House website so I will too)) denigrated during the campaign.)
And look where that’s gotten us: Polar Ice caps melting at a faster pace than anyone had figured. Published on Nov 3, 2016
A time-lapse animation has been released by NASA showing how the Arctic sea ice has changed over the past 30 years.
A project by Madelyn Fink