Category Archives: Calls to Action

Anti-fracking opportunities in NE Ohio

Petitions, flyering, phone calling, meetings, and walking in nature. Great opportunities to stop fracking and injection wells! Continue reading

Anti-fracking meetup Sunday, Oct. 14 at West Shore UU Church (Rocky River, Ohio)

You are invited to participate in a meeting at West Shore Unitarian Universalist Church on Sunday, Oct. 14 at 12:15 p.m., and also a morning forum with a featured speaker at 10:30 a.m. if you’d like to make that, too. Continue reading

New Anti-Fracking Group in Cleveland Meeting Thursday

The next meeting of Frack-free Cleveland is 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27 at Gypsy Bean Coffee in their meeting room… let’s take an inventory of skills & knowledge & commitments. Continue reading

Fracking banned in Vermont ~ let’s ban fracking in all states, too

In May 2012 Vermont banned fracking and signed H. 464 into law. I’m wondering what steps people took to achieve this path, and how fracking will be banned in other states… Continue reading

Studying and communicating well helps activist causes

It’s not that one can’t make some simple heuristic determinations as a layperson on a topic and not feel reasonably well situated in a position. But if one is an activist, it behooves one to really study the issue, and it’s certainly more responsible to the movement and to the people one is working on motivating… Continue reading

Music for Ma

Hope Song for Mother Earth, High Wind Whether by Smith, Cloud Bank by Julianna Barwick and The Four Seasons by Lei Qiang. Continue reading

New Anti-fracking Group Meetup in Cleveland

Tuesdays @ 6 in Lincoln Park. Meet up to coordinate strategies, organize, and have a good time. Learn from successful experiences of other areas and how to apply these experiences to Cleveland. Continue reading

Focus on preventing fracking

The fracking industry has said that they encase the wells very strongly in concrete and steel. But industry documents have shown that *upon installation*, 6 or 7% or the wells have had cracks. And 50% of them have been developing cracks over a period of thirty years. Continue reading

Looking forward to a safe, clean-energy future

The Department of Energy figures that by 2030, 20% of our power can come from wind energy alone, the Union of Concerned Scientists says that around that date renewable energy can provide 40% of U.S. electricity needs, the International Energy Agency says that by 2062, solar power generators can produce most of the world’s electricity. Continue reading

Better Twenty-first Century Energy Jobs – Rally Tuesday

Poem and invitation to May 15, 2012 rally at FirstEnergy shareholders meeting (Akron) to help raise consciousness and move us forward to clean, renewable energy. Continue reading