Friday, April 21, 2017

How I Know What I Know {Earth Month Series}

This is post 3 of 5 in my Earth Month Series. You can find post #1 here, post #2 here, and post #3 here

People ask me all the time, "How do you know all of this stuff about the environment?" The truth is I'm self taught. But you, too, can know what I know by checking out the following links:

Social Media/Websites:
I've linked the websites below, and you can find social media links to follow on your preferred platform on each individual page.
The Story of Stuff

1 Million Women

Be Just Be Green

Climate Progress

Faith in Place

Interfaith Power & Light

TreeHugger

350.org

Yes! Magazine

Environmental Voter Project

Moms Clean Air Force

Climate Reality Project


Books (that I've actually read):
 Climate Justice: A Call to Hope and Action

How to Raise a Wild Child: The Art and Science of Falling in Love with Nature

The 6th Extinction

A Hopeful Earth: Faith, Science, and the Message of Jesus


What should be added to this list? What sites and books teach you?






1 comment:

  1. Christina, great list! I also like http://earth911.com/ - in addition to what they started with, an excellent recycling locator by zip code and item you want to recycle, they also have good articles on a broad range of environmental topics. I get a weekly digest and almost always learn something new. And I can search their site for past articles.

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