There’s no reading selection from Threadable this month. This is in part because my own busyness, but mostly because I wasn’t seeing anyone sign up for the reading circles. As paid members of The Planet You Save, I want to make sure you’re getting the extras that are actually useful, and experimenting has always been a part of this newsletter. You still have full access to our Threadable circle with all the selections so far, and I may continue to add book excerpts in the future.
But I’m curious what you’d like to see as paid members that would be useful or you’d really enjoy - reply to this email with the letter below if any of these are of interest: - A) Bonus links editions like this one - B) A discussion group where you can share ideas and ask questions with each other - C) Deep-dives into a climate action subject quarterly - D) Keep the reading selections coming! - E) Something else It was a lovely weekend here in DC. Power-washer and clippers in hand, I was doing some yard work. But it wasn’t long before I felt the familiar, tiny pinch - my first mosquito bite. The mosquitoes love me, and my body hates mosquito bites, so much so that I was declared helpful in drawing the suckers away from others them during a summer vacation last year.