Rosario Dawson And Ron Finley Promote Effort To Go Beyond Sustainability And Become “Regenerative” With Climate Victory Gardens Video

Green America and Kiss the Ground today premiered a new video on Upworthy featuring actress and political activist Rosario Dawson, and Gangsta Gardener and “Ecolutionary” Artist Ron Finley, touting the “Climate Victory Gardens” campaign that encourages Americans to plant “regenerative” backyard or community gardens to help combat climate change.  The new video, available at www.greenamerica.org/climate-victory-gardens, will be promoted by Upworthy on Wednesday Sept. 26th and by Green America, Kiss the Ground, and their partners on Thursday Sept. 27th. “Climate Victory Gardens” were inspired by the “Victory Gardens” planted during the…

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Green America and T-Mobile Push AT&T and Verizon to Match T-Mobile’s 100% Renewable Energy Commitment

Green America congratulated T-Mobile today on being the first telecom company in the U.S. to adopt the RE100 pledge, the company’s commitment to move to 100 percent renewable energy by 2021.  T-Mobile is the first of the big four telecom companies in the United States to make such a pledge. Green America’s “Hang Up on Fossil Fuels” campaign, which started in 2017, focuses attention on the enormous amount energy used by the telecom sector and the fact that the biggest companies get the vast majority of their energy from fossil…

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“Re(store) It”: Green America Launches Campaign On World Soil Day To Save The Earth … Literally

Green America have launched the Re(store) It campaign to educate the public and U.S. corporations about the benefits of regenerative agriculture, an approach to farming which uses methods that rejuvenate the soil and trap greenhouse gases. The campaign will educate consumers about the importance of regenerative agriculture and offer ways to support it. “We are in a farming crisis and we can no longer continue with our current industrialized, chemical-intensive system of agriculture,” said Anna Meyer, the food campaigns director at Green America. “If we want to sustain farming for…

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