Environmental Advocacy Under a Trump Presidency
The slow motion wreck that was election 2016 has finally ended, the smoke has cleared, and now we find ourselves in . Not where we wanted to be.
We should take the time to mourn the loss we feel, embrace the foreboding sense of fear for what lay ahead. When I first accepted last Tuesday that Trump is our next president, I cried.
But I am done with that.
Now I plan my next steps. I will not be cowed. I am ready to fight for that in which I believe.
Now more than ever: fight the good fight
Trump’s presidency casts a over the and the goals of entrepreneurs, business leaders, advocates, scientists, thinkers and people from all walks of life and from all political persuasions who understand .
The fight just got harder. My colleagues and I are more determined than ever to push ahead.
I encourage all of you, to do the same.
We all have gifts, talents, and strengths inside us. When we offer ourselves to service with a sense of love and gratitude, we can help make the world a better place. We to remain strong, determined to fight back against hate, greed, intolerance, and ignorance.
I am 58. Most of my years are behind me. But by God, the best are yet to come.
With gratitude, determination, and love –