You and I are not passengers on Spaceship Earth, we are crew members. We are here in this moment of transformation for a reason. Our vessel is in crisis. Don’t be afraid. No matter who you are or where you live, even the smallest of us can change the course of the future.

The UN Sustainable Development Goals – A Framework for Change

The Nature Conservancy breaks down the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and discusses how following them may ensure A Sustainable Future Is Possible.

This article explores the steps leaders can take to drive a sustainable recovery for the world and fulfill the UN Sustainable Development Goals amid the current global landscape.

Rachel Crowell discusses the feasibility of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals initiative, which strives to deliver science-based insight for a sustainable future.

Finding Your True Passion

6 Steps That’ll Help You Find Your Passion” outlines six steps to help you unearth your passions and discover your true purpose in life.

52 Climate Actions reveals how climate action can bring happiness and gratification.

SchoolFinder suggests 10 programs in the environmental field to take advantage of the expected growth in environmentally related jobs as countries move towards greener practices.

NewsDirect shares ways to incorporate your passion for sustainability into your work.

Creating a Diverse Movement

The GREEN 2.0 Results shed light on how voters of color view climate change, diversity in environmental organizations, and the perception of candidates addressing this issue.

Human Diversity in Sustainability is essential — this article outlines why it matters.

Todd Reubold discusses the issue of sustainability and how it is often talked about in vague terms, leading to confusion in this article.

Organizations That Promote Sustainability

WWF commits to reversing nature loss while combating climate change for a sustainable future by working with governments, businesses, and communities around the world.

The Nature Conservancy works globally to protect the planet’s biodiversity and mitigate the effects of climate change in 70+ countries.

Out for Sustainability (O4S) mobilizes the LGBTQ+ community for environmental action to create a sustainable planet.

350 Pacific is a youth-led network fighting climate change in Pacific Islands and diaspora communities through education, empowerment, and amplifying frontline voices.

Through collective organizing and advocacy, the Asian Pacific Environmental Network (APEN) focuses on environmental, economic, and social justice for communities of Asian descent.

National Black Environmental Justice Network addresses health, environmental, and economic challenges for Black Americans through policies and a reduction in poverty and inequality.

Queers x Climate (QXC) helps LGBTQ+ activists tackle the climate crisis through communications and litigation efforts.

Queer Nature provides a sanctuary for LGBTQ+ and BIPOC individuals to explore nature while learning justice-oriented education and ancestral skills

People Making a Difference

Robert Bullard, known as the “Father of Environmental Justice,” boasts a 40-year career as a scholar, activist, and leader fighting environmental racism through research & advocacy.

“Silent Spring” by Rachel Carson raised awareness about environmental pollution, resulting in the ban of DDT and the establishment of the Environmental Protection Agency.

Legal Practice Manager at EarthJustice, Rikki Weber, leads the non-profit’s fight against climate change through legal practices and advocates for LGBTQ+ recognition within the organization.

Internationally acclaimed science journalist and award-winning author Sonia Shah writes prolifically on science, politics, and human rights.

Angelou Ezeilo established the Greening Youth Foundation to educate future generations about environmental preservation.

Wangari Maathai inspires with The Green Belt Movement, an organization that empowers communities, particularly women, to conserve the Earth through environmental initiatives.

Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing is a Chinese American anthropologist combining feminist studies, the Anthropocene, and globalization in her research.

Pattie Gonia promotes inclusivity in the climate movement, showcasing her love for nature through outdoor activities, as a drag queen and social media influencer.

Books About Sustainability

Cradle to Cradle” argues for a sustainable manufacturing model inspired by nature.

Former President of Ireland Mary Robinson writes “Climate Justice,” the fight for human rights and climate change, showcasing the resilience and ingenuity of people at the grassroots level.

Rebuilding Earth” provides a blueprint for designing eco-conscious habitats for humans to live in more sustainable and healthier communities.

Children's Books

Just a Dream” presents a classic children’s picture book about a young boy who goes on a magical journey to learn about environmental responsibility.

The captivating story of Mr. Fish and his companions, The Pout-Pout Fish Cleans Up the Ocean, emphasizes to kids the significance of taking responsibility for their deeds and our planet.

The EARTH Book” by Todd Parr offers  an eco-friendly picture book teaching kids how they can make a difference and help protect the environment through simple, everyday actions.


Our Planet” showcases stunning documentary film footage of the world’s ecosystems and highlights the urgency for human action to protect the earth’s fragile places.

Brave Blue World” captivates documentary film viewers by shining a light on the global water crisis, featuring stories from celebrities, scientists, and innovators promoting sustainable solutions.

A filmmaker makes a surprising connection with an octopus in a kelp forest, learning about its world and ways in “My Octopus Teacher.”


Image Credits: NASA – James Webb Telescope

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