Happy Friday! This week, we said goodbye to summer and welcomed the new school year. In the meantime, as an American and native NYCer, this is a heavy date in our hearts. Out thoughts are with anyone who lost someone special on this somber day.
Wildfires continue to burn on the west coast and around the world. We spoke about this issue last week, but the fires are persisting and worsening. CNN has some updates, including shocking pictures of orange daytime skies in the Bay Area. Experts also say the worst is yet to come due to man-made climate change.
If you live in NH and want to learn more about current issues and trends with recycling, solid waste, and composting in the area, join this zoom conference.
With school back in session, lots of people are wondering how to balance convenience, feeding their kids and protecting the planet. I offered some ideas this week, as well.
Covid continues to affect the environment in various ways, including New Hampshire’s renewable energy industry. We need NH to put the environment at the forefront of its priorities. If you live in Concord, you can read about Cinde Warmington’s and Becky Whitley’s plans for the environment. Remember to vote in November!
And here’s a recap of what we discussed this week on GreenLifeNH!
- When Life Gives You Peaches
- What’s In Your Lunchbox?
- How Bad are Bananas? The Carbon Footprint of Everything Review
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