Finding the Words
By Simplegreenaction.ca Staff
Before the holidays arrive, with all their distractions and demands, make time this month to learn something new and get your own thoughts out there. Here are five simple things you can do:
1. Comment on an environmental blog
Blogs should be a conversation, and bloggers love a good comment (*cough cough*). If you read something you like or have something to add to the point of view, let it be known!
2. Read a book
Did you know that David Suzuki has published 43 books in his lifetime? Canada’s most recognizable environmental activist clearly has something to say. Of course, if you want something edgier, you can visit an independent bookstore and check out titles that intersect race, gender, and class with environmental issues.
3. Sign up to an environmental organization’s newsletter
Electronic newsletters are convenient because they arrive in your inbox and can be read at your leisure. More than just the news, eco-themed newsletters will also let you now about events and job or volunteer opportunities in your area.
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Posted by on 11/28 at 02:49 PM