The lines below are copied from a posting made on September 20, 2014 -- posted as I finalized plans to travel to New York City for a climate march. From that March I saw some positive action BUT I am grieving over the changes in the last 100 days.
To have a small carbon footprint I will march tomorrow with only a
small sign -- one that wears a 3x3-square reminder that dates back to a 1968 essay, "Tragedy of the Commons," by ecologist Garrett Hardin (1915-2003).
There is no
place to throw
that ' s away.
is it taking us so long to act to preserve a habitable planet? Do we
not care about the world we are leaving for our grandchildren?