Talk about growing and advocacy. Protect Our Winters or “POW” was created by pro snowboarder Jeremy Jones in 2007. If you are into winter sports, then you know first hand how climate change is affecting you directly. It is a short step from that knowledge to a powerful advocacy. POW hast created an impressive network of athletes, enthusiasts, scientists and businesses. They even have a Strategic Plan! These folks make it easy to get involved and their site is gorgeous and easy to navigate. Check out POW today.
This  global movement came into being  when 15-year-old Greta Thunberg and other young activists began a school strike for climate. Every school day for three weeks, they sat outside the Swedish Parliament, demanding urgent action on the climate. If you want to know how they did it or how you can start your own action, this is the place to go.
I love this blog site! It has all the news you need to know on climate and the environment. There are tons of environmental articles from a myriad of authors. The folks at Grist are focused on finding solutions not just banging the drum. Their motto is “working toward a planet that doesn’t burn and a future that doesn’t suck.“ If you haven’t discovered Grist yet, get over there. This site and blog are brilliant!
There are a lot of ways we can advocate for the plane. One of those ways is through food.  OneGreenPlanet is a beautiful site that intends to grow a “compassionate and eco-conscious generation”. This site was founded by Preeta Sinha who is also the founder of the Food Monster App, the largest vegan food app.  OneGreenPlanet has articles on healthy food choices as well as a cool section called “Earth Stories
Mother Jones
In the beginning, there was Mother Jones.  Named after an early 20th century labor organizer, this site is a reader-supported investigative news org. Whether you care about politics, the environment or are just interested in investigative journalism seeking to keep the powers that be accountable, this could be the site for you. Started as a print magazine in 1975, Mother Jones is the Grand Dame of this list.
Rob Greenfield
Here is a bonus site for you to check out.  Rob Greenfield is a lot of things but what he is most is a sustainability geek.  Originally from Wisconsin his most recent campaign is  called The Food Waste Fiasco, which addresses food waste and hunger in the U.S. Whether you are interested in Tiny Houses or Zero Waste this guy is  an entertaining and inspiring dude with a pretty cool blogsite as well.

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