I had the wonderful pleasure of sitting in for a presentation by a member of Queens Botanical Garden's Compost Project. I learned that this project is funded by the NYC's Department of Sanitation, which is a wonderful effort on their part to create awareness & make rounds for organic matter collection. Here's what I learned. … Continue reading NYC Compost Project
I had a wonderful opportunity to attend a People's Climate Movement of New York event today. The evening kicked off with PCM's very own Leslie Cagan speaking and opening the floor for what the rest of the event would be like. We heard from more speakers from various organizations that shared information about the following … Continue reading People’s Climate Movement NY
1. Combating poverty is a central goal because poverty reduces access to healthcare, education, and other essential components of development. 2. Reducing resource consumption is a global consideration, but wealthy regions are responsible for most of the world's consumption. For example, the United States and Europe have less than 15 percent of the world's population, … Continue reading 10 Necessary Factors for a Sustainable Environment
Last summer, I featured the 5-Minute Beach Clean-up Challenge to push the environmental agenda while we had free time on the beach. Respectively, there's now an Instagram to get the same volunteer effort into our cities. An effort that is StayBlooming.com worthy and I want to challenge you guys to get in on it. The … Continue reading 5 Minute City Clean-up Challenge
Today marks the first day of the winter season. Astronomically speaking, the winter solstice is when the sun is furthest from the Northern hemisphere making today the shortest day and longest night. Here is to three months of keeping ourselves warm, new wishes, and scurrying across snowy streets. Namaskar.
We are officially 20 days away from the Christmas holiday and, of course, the environmental conversation continues. I want to address our thoughts on real Christmas trees versus artificial ones. At first thought, you would think that artificial trees dominate because they can be reused over & over, year after year, but that's actually wrong. I know … Continue reading Real Trees vs. Artificial Trees
Over the last few months, it's become increasingly important to begin an environmental conversation. I always touch on this because the environment is a topic that a lot of people don't realize is a priority. With politics finally shedding some light on how important it is, from local communities to internationally, I find myself wanting … Continue reading Starting An Environmental Conversation