Jennifer Green’s first foray into distance biking was when she and her husband biked across the country after finishing grad school. Although Jennifer bikes to work, and loves her longer weekend rides, the itch to do another substantial, multi-day ride was rekindled on a recent trip to San Diego. Watching riders come down Highway 101, Jennifer committed to another audacious multi-day ride.
Her husband Keith was less enamored. So…Read more →
Dave Howes is a retired firefighter who lives in Northern California, so the devastation caused by the fires in 2017 hit close to his heart. According to Scientific American, those fires burned over 170,000 acres, killed more than 20 people and destroyed thousands of buildings. In part, they were the result of the summer of 2017 being the hottest in more 100 years due to climate change.
From fighting fires to fighting their…Read more →
The Earth Day Gravel Grinder was way beyond what we thought it could be!!!! -Kathleen Sprole, Team Road Life
All photos courtesy of Carlos Sabillón of Sabi Photography.
When Kathleen Sprole, Beth Walser, and Aleasha Markley came together to go on Climate Ride Iceland, they knew they were facing a big challenge. They each committed to fundraising $4,000 in order to participate in the ride. To make it happen, they had to pull together as a team. In addition to reaching out…Read more →
Take it from Climate Rider Erin Boyle–the research shows climate change isn’t worth gambling on. With a year of research in atmospheric chemistry during her Ph.D., Erin understands the challenges we face from climate change. Though her career path wound up branching away from environmental science, she still finds ways to contribute to the cause outside of work.
Climate change could be even worse than what we can…Read more →
Keith Hermanstyne loves to visit national parks. He travels to see them many times per year, and he worries that increasingly extreme weather will, as he says, “prevent future generations from experiencing the natural wonders that these parks provide.” That should be a real concern for any of us who treasure our national parks according to the National Parks Service:
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“Today's rapid climate change challenges national parks in ways we've…