Red and Yellow, but GREEN ALL OVER!

For two days, Darrell and I were practically Spalding High School Jaguars in Griffin, Georgia! We met students with cool monikers like Red and Black and I even got nicknamed Yellow because of my colorful scarf. But, Spalding was definitely Green!


LA Leaders and Lovers - Join us March 6th!

ACE Southern California is hosting a student leader training March 6th with partners Greenpeace, the Sierra Student Coalition, LA Guerrilla Gardening and the Mary Pickford Institute - space is limited so apply soon!

X-Games Opened My Eyes

....if I can share an idea that I’ve just come to realize, it’s this: businesses can be our allies in the fight against climate change – with the exception of perhaps the Chamber of Commerce and a few others. They’re influential, powerful, and self-interested. If we frame the conversation correctly, that what’s good for the planet (and human health) can be good for business, we’ll find some loud and powerful voices shouting on the behalf of fair, responsible, and just climate and environmental policy.

Make friends. Build consensus. Change the world.

Get Your Climate Rock ON!!!!

CALLING ALL MUSICAL VIRTUOSOS !!!!!

We want to feature your original music on our website and in our videos!

Really, really OLD climate change...

Check it out -- here's a question I've gotten from a lot of people before:  Wasn't it a lot hotter back when the dinosaurs were around?

And what that can often lead someone to ask next:  Doesn't that mean climate change today is no big deal?!

Here's the answer: YES, it was a lot hotter back when dinosaurs were around.  Here's their world:

A Great Day for Houston Trees

Just like Lonna and Darrell in Atlanta, on Saturday (Jan 30), the Houston ACE team worked with 60 volunteers to plant 500 trees in Weiss Park along the 610 Loop. In an event sponsored by one of our local partners, Trees for Houston, for their Arbor Day Planting we added to the Houston tree population AND did it in only 1.5 hours!

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