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October 1 - October 31, 2023

Project Drawdown Feed


Reflection, encouragement, and relationship building are all important aspects of getting a new habit to stick.
Share thoughts, encourage others, and reinforce positive new habits on the Feed.

To get started, share “your why.” Why did you join the challenge and choose the actions you did?

    Transportation Use Public Transit
    How has your access to various kinds of transportation throughout your life influenced your current attitudes about transportation and your transportation behavior?

    Gavin McLeod's avatar
    Gavin McLeod 10/07/2023 9:44 PM
    I started elementary school when I was five years old. I walked to school which was a little over 1 kilometer. I enjoy walking. I have participated in Jane's walks for the last five years and the walk 30 challenge for the last 3 years. My average walk time last year was just under 3 hours and lhe most walking in one day was 30 Km.

  • Amitra Schwols's avatar
    Amitra Schwols 10/02/2023 1:07 PM
    "Why did you join the challenge and choose the actions you did?"
    My son is 17 years old, and is convinced that our society will collapse within 20 years, due to global warming and the social challenges that will arise. I still have hope that we can alter our path, but it will take effort from all of us.
    I chose reading about geothermal energy as my first task, because my Dad once told me that Colorado has a lot of untapped geothermal energy, and I wanted to find out what was happening in my state to work on that. It's local, and research seems right up my alley (much more so than emailing or advocating).
    Electricity Learn More About Geothermal Energy
    Geothermal energy is reliable, abundant, and efficient. Project Drawdown states that public investment will play a crucial role in its expansion. In what ways (i.e. with money, time, advocacy) can you invest in geothermal energy?

    Amitra Schwols's avatar
    Amitra Schwols 10/02/2023 1:00 PM
    I read it used to be thought that Colorado didn't have the heat energy needed to create power. That has changed. I'm wondering why I don't hear more about that, and what I can do so that my state can do better.

  • ZR Harbour's avatar
    ZR Harbour 9/02/2023 8:02 AM
    I support social impact leaders by re-connecting them to their innate sources of vitality and wisdom. I often compare my approach to regenerative agriculture... it's inner regenerative ag. In fact, I wrote about this on LI in an article called, Tending The Soil. Joining this ecochallenge gives me a framework to focus my commitment to regenerative agriculture, both inner and outer. My first action has been to enroll in the Soil Advocate Training course by Kiss The Ground.