Obviously, living the carbon neutral lifestyle and recommending every Warmist do the same would be stupid
(Ashland Daily Tidings) Hannah Sohl and Camila Thorndike believe that art, Facebook and YouTube are powerful tools to address climate change.
The two young Ashland women are expanding the traditional environmental activist toolbox, which long has focused on protest and litigation.
Sohl and Thorndike are inviting Rogue Valley residents to decorate cardboard tiles with artistic designs or words that reflect why they love living in the Rogue Valley and what worries they have about climate change.
Lots of local people and organizations have gotten involved, because it’s easier to whine about “climate change” then to actually make massive changes within one’s own life that could prove annoying and inconvenient.