Caring for Earth

One of my earliest memories was seeing Monarch butterflies, their bright colors in the summer sun, seeming so fragile, fluttering through the yard eluding my toddler attempts to catch them. In recent decades, the Monarch population has declined steeply, and the species is vulnerable, all the more so because of climate change. … How do we change our lives, individually and societally, so that our lives increase, rather than decrease, the flourishing of life on earth, including human life? 

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Galen Tromble
The Living Earth - Our Home

Earth. "A grand oasis in the vastness of space," astronaut Jim Lovell called it. … We're alive at a time of great transition. Until recently, humans could exploit, extract, and develop at will and Earth's great resilience seemed to absorb the impact. … We can't take Earth's ability to support life for granted anymore. Earth needs us to change. Earth needs us to care. 

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Galen Tromble