People are truly amazing. I mean, forget the Supreme Court tax-abuse nonsense or its flippant response to endangered species...all of it a real downer, but then I turn my focus back to people who are doing small things to make a difference.
GreenBlog, where business people can find quick, easy and smart ways to aim their companies down a greener path.
The SF Compact, have I mentioned the compact? Yeah, thought so.
CompanyEarth, a blog that covers all kinds of green tips, tricks and news, from travel to politics.
The Green Patrol, in Montreal, is a group of about 80 students that cover the city in the summer months in search of “infractions”–opportunities to change habits: don’t let the car idle, turn out lights during the day, transportation options. They hand out “warning” tickets which are in reality tips for more environmentally conscious choices.
The GreenLifeStyle, in which a girl and her boyfriend journey to a more eco-friendly life.
worldchanging.com, works from a simple premise: that the tools, models and ideas for building a better future lie all around us. These folks cover it all and have input from lots of sources around the world.
NoImpactMan, a superhero, changing his life one day at a time.
Green Technology covers green investing, corporate green initiatives.
enn.com–all kinds of green news and homestyle tips for gardening, homecare, etc.
LiveGreenBlog, full of real, practical knowledge about how to live a greener life–from lawn to leisure and everything in between. This is a great resource.
So, you know, I can’t do much about the Supremes, or the War, or my dumb government–all of which threatened to get me down yesterday–but I chose instead to focus on what I and a lot of other people are doing that’s healthy and good for the planet.
Plant a butterfly or hummingbird attracting flower in your garden your wild garden today.
Daily stats (Tuesday)
Car: 5.2 miles (7 tasks)
Ped: 2 miles