The Step-by-Step Climate Response Course gives a guide to actions we can and should take to reverse the climate catastrophe we are facing.
At the halfway point of a climate response course, I am engaged and inspired. I’ve been drinking in ideas of environmental leaders including Paul Hawkins, Joanna Macy, Dr. Riane Eisler, and Christiana Figuerez.
Within the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, children recite the Thanksgiving Address, a river of words as old as the people themselves, known in the Onondaga language as “The Words That Come Before All Else.”
Calling for humankind to abolish war, Brian Terrell insists, “Faced with imminent global climate catastrophe and with both US and Russia for the first time imagining winning a nuclear war, humanity has no choice.”
Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer, of the Potawatomi Nation, will hold a Facebook event Thurs., Feb. 17, and you’re invited to a public showing in KC MO—free! She is the acclaimed author of the book, Braiding Sweetgrass.
In a virtual meeting with a US legislator's aide, Charles Carney spoke of HR 2227, Investing in Cures Before Missiles Act. Henry Stoever addressed HR 669, Restricting First Use of Nuclear Weapons Act. If you want to lobby on these acts, we'll help!
“Peace must be the solution to the climate crisis,” Kristin Scheer suggested during her vacation with Ann Suellentrop. “We need big answers, and we need them fast.”
On Aug. 8, PeaceWorks-KC members and others gathered in memory of the nuclear bombings, and of the lives lost and forever altered 76 years ago.
On a warm evening, 15 of us gathered to share ideas about the Peace Walk being planned for spring 2022 from Wichita to the National Security Campus in south Kansas City, Mo. Note: The next Peace Walk planning will be Friday, Aug. 20, 6:30-8 p.m.
This Memorial Day was the first time I was able to join PeaceWorks-KC at the National Security Campus, where non-nuclear parts are made for nuclear weapons. It was our 10th annual event there. I was moved by the experience.