Friday, March 9, 2018

Climate Reality Updated

STAY UPDATED
Here are a few ways you can stay up-to-date on Climate Reality news and action alerts.
FOLLOW US


Green,
Email, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat… we get it. Sometimes it’s hard to keep track of everything with so many different channels. And with so many ways to stay connected, we wanted to make sure you knew how to stay up-to-date with Climate Reality news and action alerts! Here are four new places where you can get the latest on what’s happening in the fight for climate solutions:
  • Facebook Bot: When something big happens in our movement, we send a message out to Climate Reality’s Rapid Response Team on Facebook to explain how you can take action immediately. Meet our bot and sign up to be a part of the Rapid Response Team here.
  • Pinterest: It’s not just a great place to find new recipes or gardening tips – now you can also discover climate inspiration and ways to take action. Follow us on Pinterest and check out some of our recent pins.
  • Medium: We’re posting some of our best content on Medium, a website that brings together people and ideas on hundreds of topics. You can find our most recent posts here.
  • Instagram: Looking to add a little climate hope to your Instagram feed? Follow us for quotes from the people inspiring us, new ways you can take climate action, and much more.
    With 2018 well underway, we’re ready to take on the climate crisis – are you with us? Follow us on these platforms (and, of course, on Facebook and Twitter!) to stay connected with what’s happening here at Climate Reality and how you can support the fight for solutions.
    - Your friends at Climate Reality 

FOLLOW US TO STAY UP-TO-DATE ON
CLIMATE REALITY NEWS AND ACTION ALERTS
STAY UPDATED 
                    
© 2018 The Climate Reality Project
DONATE
Click Here to Unsubscribe
 

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

QUIZ: WHAT KIND OF CLIMATE ACTIVIST ARE YOU?


 
WHAT KIND OF CLIMATE ACTIVIST ARE YOU?
Take our quiz to find out – and we’ll give you one way to take action that works with your style.
TAKE THE QUIZ


Dear Green,
Those of us committed to solving the climate crisis all share a common purpose. But that definitely doesn’t mean we approach action the same way. Each of us brings our own set of skills (and our own story) to the table. So what kind of activist are you? 
TAKE THE QUIZ
To make meaningful progress in the fight against the climate crisis, we need every type of activist – from the Truth-To-Power Activist to the Storyteller Activist. Each brings a different invaluable skill to the table, and together, we can build the movement for climate action across the globe.
Take our quiz and we’ll tell you which kind of activist you are – and show you one way to take action right now that works with your style.
- Your friends at Climate Reality 

WHAT KIND OF CLIMATE ACTIVIST ARE YOU?
TAKE THE QUIZ TO FIND OUT
FIND OUT NOW
                    
© 2018 The Climate Reality Project
DONATE
Click Here to Unsubscribe

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

2018 RADIOTRON YOUTH PROGRAM

Image may contain: one or more people and people sitting
Stage of the Arts, Inc. is engaged in conversations and activities throughout the City of Los Angeles with regard to race, ethnicity, diversity, and multiculturalism. Green Stage Alliance is a networking eco-arts program of Stage of the Arts, Inc.

Since founded 1982 our organization use arts and humanities as working tools in society developing centers and programs like O.G.Radiotron in MacArthur Park, the Jorge Negrete Studio Theater in East LA, Unity Arts Center/LA Photo Center in MacArthur Park; Cuban Music Festival at Echo Park, Eco Maya Festival at East Hollywood, and Green Stage Festival at DTLA & East Hollywood.Want to join me in supporting a good cause? I'm raising money for Stage Of The Arts and your contribution will make an impact, whether you donate $5 or $500. Every little bit helps. Thank you for your support.
https://www.facebook.com/donate/1692193914177387/

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Smog Is Getting Worse In LA, Confounding Experts
LOS ANGELES, CA — Southern California smog worsened for a second straight year in the latest sign that progress in cleaning the nation's most polluted air is faltering, it was reported Wednesday.
The dive in air quality comes even though emissions are declining, forcing regulators to explain why returns are diminishing after years of progress battling smog, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Ozone, the harmful gas in smog that inflames the lungs and triggers asthma attacks and other health problems, has violated federal health standards 145 days this year across the sea-to-mountains South Coast air basin, The Times reported, citing data from state and local air regulators.
That's up from 132 ozone violation days last year and 113 in 2015 across Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties, according to the newspaper.
The last time the region had more than 140 bad air days was in 2004, when there was more than twice as much smog-forming pollution spewing out of tailpipes and smokestacks, The Times reported.
The South Coast Air Quality Management District, the smog-control agency for the region of 17 million people, believes the uptick is probably the result of more days with hotter temperatures and inversion layers -- weather patterns that trap pollution near the ground.
We're not denying that we've had two really bad ozone years, Philip Fine, deputy executive officer for the district, told The Times. But he added: "It's quite possible weather explains all of it."
Still, air quality officials are looking into other possibilities, including whether smog-forming pollution is actually declining as predicted in its emissions models, according to The Times.
City News Service; Photo by Jacob Repko on Unsplash