Time to bridge generational divides

The Climate Action Team was joined at our last meeting by three sophomores from Agnes Scott College for a conversation about obstacles and opportunities in intergenerational collaborations. The three students had spent several days last month with leaders of Georgia...

Celebrating our home all month long

The first Earth Day was observed 54 years ago, and some of you remember it! Our knowledge about our planetary home has grown so much in that time, and now we need a whole month to honor and celebrate it. The Climate Action Team (CAT) is excited to offer a variety of...

Tree hugger: green and still growing

This is our fourth installment of the “Where I am in my environmentalism journey.” Today’s feature comes from one of our newest members! BY ANN NEWLAND My first memory of environmental consciousness occurred in the 1960s, in Mr. Nyman’s grocery...

What’s your worldview? Gulp!

If you’re like me, you cringe when asked epic questions like “What’s your philosophy of life?” or “To whom do you ultimately belong?” Don’t get me wrong: I dig provocative discussion starters, and I’m not averse to sharing big thinking with others. It’s that I can’t...

Take action now on the Okefenokee

You may have noticed that the Okefenokee has been in the news a lot lately. Last week, the Climate Action Team (CAT) focused its Fun and Easy Activism Zoom meeting on learning the ins and outs of the issue as well as taking positive action to, hopefully, influence our...