Take some inspiration from the tiny communities around the world that are taking the fight against climate change seriously, sluggish politicians and pessimistic couch potatoes be damned. When the rest of us just can’t even, these little towns could —and did. Greensburg, Kansas — the town that was flattened by a devastating tornado in 2007 — rebuilt itself to run on 100 percent renewable energy. It’s only the second U.S. city to do so after Burlington, Vermont.
Grist 26th Oct 2016 read more »