Poetry and Nature have walked hand in hand in celebrating the beauty of our planet since ancient times. April being National Poetry month, and also Earth Month, we bring you a bit of beauty to enjoy from three of our favorite poets laureate.
The Eastern Pequot Tribal Nation renews community through digging in and restoring the earth.
With the onset of Spring, some of his students from Fairfield and Weston couldn’t wait to get out into Nature and give Fairfield’s Earth Day a shout out in this cool poem.
Join the “Earth Day conversation with the Green Bank” webinar to hear a special address from White House Climate Advisor Gina McCarthy highlighting the federal action on climate.
Winter is lagging on, and we’re all spending more time indoors. If you’re feeling the cold and the pinch, it might be a good time to get more energy efficient. For a limited time, Home Energy Solutions from Energize CT is offering energy audits at no cost for eligible customers. Saving energy is the easiestContinue reading “Got the shivers?”
Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman journey through South and Central America- using cutting-edge technology- on the backs of their electric motorcycles in order to contribute to the sustainability of the planet.
“Day 2, the savings start coming back,” says Westport PD’s Chief Foti Koskinas about the department’sTesla Model 3 squad car, the first Tesla to be incorporated into a police fleet in the U.S. During an interview with Zac and Jesse from In Depth, he extolls the virtues of the EV. He also notes the carContinue reading “Book’em Tesla!”
Well, we won’t be going to the moon anytime soon, but many of us do have to go to work; and luckily, public transport lives. In a new podcast series called “Along the Lines,” Rich Andreski, Connecticut’s DOT Bureau Chief of Public Transportation, will chat with advocates, local policymakers, members of the community, and mostContinue reading “Is Public Transportation Dead?”