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
Climate change is real. Environmental issues affect us all. Whether we feel affected by it personally or not doesn't change the affect it has on other people and parts of the world. The problems we have within the environment are so large-scale that no one person can do anything to fix it, no one organization, … Continue reading Stop Wasting Paper!
Hey there bloomers! Yesterday I started the conversation about oceanic pollution and how it affects the entire world. You can click here to view the World Environment Day post. But to recap here — this week I’m spending time on bringing awareness to this environmental problem that affects our entire ocean. Today I'm continuing that … Continue reading The 5-Minute Beach Clean-up Challenge
Here we are again marching for a major scientific cause. The People’s Climate Movement is much more controversial but nonetheless critical to the world and it's habitable nature. It’s taking place this Saturday, April 29th which also marks the 100th day of Trump’s administration being in office. It’s at the same location as last week’s March … Continue reading People’s Climate March on 4.29.17