News & Opinion

Expand your mind

When it comes upping your “Green” knowledge, there’s no shortage of resources to help. Check out a workshop or take a class. Attend a lecture, view a documentary, or read a blog. Participate in a demonstration or volunteer for a hands-on date with Mother Nature. Stretch your mind and stay informed—Earth is a fascinating place.

Yvon Chouinard

Be Inspired.

Sometimes our Climate Change and environmental problems seem overwhelming. But there are a lot of people working on solutions. Here are just two stories to inspire you.

Read Blog Detail
compost bins at Truxtun Park 2021

Completing the Circle of Life with Composting

At Annapolis Green we’ve discussed composting in terms of Nature’s circle of life: animals and plants begin life, they mature and flourish, they die, and the remains are returned to the Earth, starting the cycle anew. This is how things worked for eons before human hubris decided that we know better. Human population growth sparked […]

Read Blog Detail
annapolis green reads

Does an octopus have a soul?

How well do you think you know other species that roam this incredible globe? We realize that to fully embrace the diversity of life on this planet, both flora and fauna, we could spend some time learning about some of them. We enjoyed a lighter read this past month, The Soul of an Octopus: A […]

Read Blog Detail
maddy's tips

Maddy’s Tip #11: Consume Less Meat

Today’s Sustainable Action: Consume Less Meat One of the easiest sustainable actions you can take is limiting the amount of meat you consume. Meat production, (specifically cows, sheep, pigs, and goats) has a very large carbon footprint. This is due to the fossil fuels used in from producing animal feed, transporting the animals, and the methane released by […]

Read Blog Detail
Annapolis Green Reads Book Club

Saving Us: Let’s show love for life on Earth by sharing how we care about climate change

To paraphrase Katharine Hayhoe, let’s show love for life on Earth by sharing how we care about climate change. Our book group recently met and discussed Saving Us: A Climate Scientist’s Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World by Katharine Hayhoe. This book was universally liked and appreciated by everyone in our group. […]

Read Blog Detail

Blog Categories