Tags » Reducing Carbon Footprint

Boycotting Big Oil, can it be done?

Boycotting Big Oil, can it be done? We’re not stopping a pipeline, we’re protecting a planet. There are people all over the world working on different project from protecting endangered species, to environmentalist, humanitarians, light workers, engineers and scientists.   891 more words

North Dakota Pipeline

To Truly Protest Corruption

As I was preparing to head out to the North Dakota pipeline to show my support and unity for a cleaner greener tomorrow. I realized to truly protest corruption, I have to stop being a part of it.   504 more words

North Dakota Pipeline

Hydrogen Power to end the Pipeline

We see a sickness and what is the first thing we do?  We treat the symptoms.  Sure we can stop the pipeline from being built and we should.   679 more words

North Dakota Pipeline

North Dakota Pipeline Protesters With Out Drinking Water

When there is a will there is a way.  The protesters are showing great resilience even after a recent set back signed off by the Governor.   473 more words

North Dakota Pipeline

Future of The Crow Foundation

Hello Loves,

I am excited to share that we are getting ready to hit the road.  Just in case you’re wondering who we are, we are Niko the great Corgi and Matthew Gods Disciple. 517 more words

North Dakota Pipeline

Reason to be here..

It’s taken me weeks and days to finally put these thoughts down. This is about a recipe that is THE reason why I endeavoured to start my blog Four Steps or Less. 

447 more words
Quick Cooking

We Have Bigger Fish to Fry

After yesterday’s post on the amount of energy the US uses I was curious how my move affected my carbon footprint. The average American uses on average 20.40 metric tons of carbon. 448 more words

Enviornmental Concerns