hello earth dwellers. happy meteorological spring. i know we can’t all live in the setting i do, surrounded by trees, happy frogs, and happy birds chirping into the night. but i want this to be here for us. for a while. i may only have another good 50-60 years, but people as a whole can sure be here for the long haul. and we can’t keep it up if the earth is shot.
i’ve said it once; i’ve said it 100 times: every day should be earth day. and with the president not signing the paris accord, now more than ever do we need to keep this mantra. (if you’re like me, you also want to know more about the paris accord, but that is a post for another day.)
keep your heads and hearts high, earth dwellers. we shall get past this. businesses are already embracing renewable energies and lower-emission natural gas because it’s cheaper. our recycling centers and composting areas will not disappear or be disbanded. it’s highly unlikely coal will make a comeback (another topic i’d like to discuss at a later date). our hunters, anglers, and outdoor enthusiasts are the country’s greatest supporters of environmental conservation efforts. know that if you support your state’s department of natural resources, you are likely rubbing elbows with your camouflaged neighbors.
your efforts aren’t for naught, earth dwellers. your composting, gardening, recycling, minimalist lifestyling, and buying choices are making a difference (look at the surge in organic and less processed foods lately – all my anti-corn efforts!)
and keep it up, earth dwellers. just because some heads of state are denying the inevitable doesn’t mean YOU have to. you may not feel like you’re making a difference, but your contribution is what does make a difference. now more than ever, we need you, the earth needs you, every day.
remeber, earth dwellers: every day is earth day.