It was a self. serve. press-pot. nestled into concourse C.

A tiny reminder of how small my eco efforts really are. My stainless steel mug against ridiculous policies and a mountain of coffee cups in the trash. It was almost laughable if I didn’t want to cry.

 

We believe that teamwork makes the dream work.

This interaction is the tip of a growing iceberg that I can no longer ignore. An internal question that’s been brewing inside my skull for years: WHAT CAN I REALLY DO?

The scale of the challenges we face are huge. 

The headlines are haunting.

Climate change.

Inequality.

Political division.

Poverty.

And right now it feels like we’re doing it alone – each individual feeling crushing guilt over their (in)actions and helplessness to change a system that is so obviously broken.

I’m not a politician.

I’m not an influencer or a celebrity.

I’m not a CEO of a multi-national corporation.

I’m just one person who cares. A lot.

What hope can I have to change the world?

What can I do when the problem feels so big and I feel so very small?

Jess Lybeck

Don MacKinnon

Gina Kremer

Brenden Thornton

Jeff Brunson

Rob Meyer

Rachael Kemp

Erin keck

It was a self. serve. press-pot. nestled into concourse C.

A tiny reminder of how small my eco efforts really are. My stainless steel mug against ridiculous policies and a mountain of coffee cups in the trash. It was almost laughable if I didn’t want to cry.

 

We believe that teamwork makes the dream work.

This interaction is the tip of a growing iceberg that I can no longer ignore. An internal question that’s been brewing inside my skull for years: WHAT CAN I REALLY DO?

The scale of the challenges we face are huge. 

The headlines are haunting.

Climate change.

Inequality.

Political division.

Poverty.

And right now it feels like we’re doing it alone – each individual feeling crushing guilt over their (in)actions and helplessness to change a system that is so obviously broken.

I’m not a politician.

I’m not an influencer or a celebrity.

I’m not a CEO of a multi-national corporation.

I’m just one person who cares. A lot.

What hope can I have to change the world?

What can I do when the problem feels so big and I feel so very small?

Jess Lybeck

Don MacKinnon

Gina Kremer

Brenden Thornton

Jeff Brunson

Rob Meyer

Rachael Kemp

Erin keck

Jess Lybeck

Don MacKinnon

Gina Kremer

Brenden Thornton

Jeff Brunson

Rob Meyer

Rachael Kemp

Erin Keck