A beautiful 140-year-old hemlock at the artist Frederic Church’s estate and museum, Olana, in Hudson, New York, died a few months ago of natural causes. Jean Shin, a sculptor who specializes in using cast-off objects [...]
“If Mother Earth isn’t feeling well, you can cheer her up by doing something nice for her,” said Annie Hess, whose son Elan started participating in the Global Earth Exchange when he was eight years [...]
Our annual Global Earth Exchange has always been about the"exchange" of gifts between you and a place you love that's been hurt or is under threat. The place has given so much to others—plants, waters, [...]
June 12, 2021 Worldwide People and the Earth have something in common. They both give beauty even when they hurt! Join people around the world for our 12th annual Global Earth Exchange—and exchange gifts with [...]
Although I like to think that taking my Climate Change Communication class is a rewarding journey, I know that can also be emotionally taxing. We spend the entire semester talking about climate change, obviously, so [...]
The south-east of Australia lost much of its wild places over the (southern) summer of 2019/20. Uncontainable bush fires ran through from August 2019 to early February 2020. People died, houses were lost and forest [...]
Carol Zuccarino is volunteering and living at a shelter on the border of Mexico to work with asylum seekers. She sent the following description of their Global Earth Exchange: Yesterday our small group of three [...]
When the levees breached and New Orleans waters started surging under the front door of their home, Delores Ossevaito and her husband didn’t have time to grab anything except their two dogs before dashing outside, [...]
It goes without saying that the majority of people around the world were ready to say goodbye to 2020 last week. In embracing 2021, many took to social media, posting images and quotes about their [...]
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