Creator of Hank D and the Bee. Environmental cartoons found in/on: Yes! magazine, PBS's Urban Conversion, Center for Media and Democracy, Greenpeace, Planetsave, NaturalPapa, Elephant Journal and more…
Need a good source for info and a nice spot to take action? Check out Care2!
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Too much info, too many worldwide issues, causes, disasters….TOO MUCH! I give up. Going to get a manicure and call my shrink.
No but seriously, we CAN break it into to baby steps. Easily digestible, actionable steps.
You can do that here:
There’s more, but you can start there. Oh, and my favorite of course:
Joe you’ve perfectly captured the noise vs. signal, and the frightening banality of the signals we choose to keep. Yikes!
I intended to share Care2 link as well (but forgot)…It’s a great place to get info AND take action. Thanks for reminding me, Petunia!
PS–your site rocks! http://getyourgreenbeans.com/
I wish that this movement wouldn’t tie itself to Democrats… there are people who are are conservatives that care about the Monsanto issue too
I think voters on both sides feel pretty much the same on this issue. If it seems to be a more liberal cause it’s because conservative politicians have been more favorable to biotech and Monsanto. Though dems are close behind…
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