Slow down and smell the seafood

Hello, I’m Gerald Lee Carroll, I am part of Greenpeace at Los Angeles, California. And in a way keeping up with my father Gerald Lee Carroll spirit I’m always curious about our enviroment.
(You can see more of this at Gerald Lee Carroll blog, Gerald Lee Carroll Photos and Gerald Lee Carroll).

As I was reading today, on the one-year anniversary of the BP oil spill, author and environmentalist Charles Wohlforth weighed in with some lifestyle advice: We need to slow down and pay attention to the environment; it might not be as exciting as a celebrity scandal, he writes, but it is closely tied to our economy, our source of food, and people’s livelihoods. We have to keep caring so that communities are empowered when dealing with disaster; and so that action can continue at the federal level.
This is just a glimpse on how important it should be building a conciousness community.

Gerald Lee Carroll seafood

Gerald Lee Carroll is an active member of Greenpeace USA, contributing with humanitarian and humble protesting journalism.

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