I follow this page pretty much everyday. Rarely do I not visit to hear what their broad array of writers has to say. At the very least, I usually leave having read or learned something new.
So as we finished up, “Earth Month,” (yes, whatever that means), I actually started feeling a little down on the Huffington Post’s Green Page. Why?
I don’t know. It could have been one too many posts about Michele Obama’s Garden (not that I don’t love that the Obamas are gardening outside of the White House). It only lasted a day, but the page seemed stale at about the middle of this past week. Admittedly, I visit back too often and really, they do a great job all the time.
Regardless, their page actually seemed to follow this “down period” with some grade A awesome content. Because I can’t write a full response to each of these but wanted our readers to see these gems, I’ll link to some of their articles here:
Edward Humes: Climate Change Decision in 11 Days: Ostrich or Hawk
Dave Burdick: Obama’s First 100 Green Days
So, read up on these! These types of articles might help round out your knowledge of politics and policies related to the environmental movement, to match your lifestyle changes and reading about the little stuff you can do to green your life!
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