What you can do about Paris/Trump/our World going to Hell in a Handbasket.

Via Walk The Talk Show
on Jun 8, 2017
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Waylon sits down with climate change expert Phaedra Pezzullo:

 

Phaedra C. Pezzullo is an Associate Professor of Rhetoric & Culture in the Department of Communication in the College of Media, Communication, & Information at the University of Colorado Boulder, USA, and the author of Toxic Tourism: Rhetorics of Travel, Pollution, and Environmental Justice.

She has published widely in the environmental humanities, including: the late age of fossil fuels; the trope of the human; bodies; pollution beliefs; toxic and disaster tourism; environmental communication; cultural studies; public spheres and counterpublics; research methods, particularly fieldwork; theories and practices of resistance and transgression; praxis; pinkwashing; boycotts and buycotts; presence; everyday life; global climate justice treaties and movements; and environmental justice.

Resources:

Environmentalism is Boring. Let’s talk about Saving the World.

5 Attributes of Emotionally Intelligent People.

Top Six Green Things Anyone Can Do.

No one is pro-abortion!

Worms Are Your Friends.

Composting 101: Turning Dirt into Black Gold.

10 Tips: How to live Zero Waste.

5 Tips for Making the Vegan Transition & Recipes to Get you Started.

Five Ways to Make it out the Grocery Store with a Happier Wallet & Healthier Pantry. {Recipe Bonus}

Buy Carbon Offsets.

Measure your carbon footprint.

Seed Savers Exchange.

The Leap Manifesto.

350.org

Sierra Club.

Our Children’s Trust.

 

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