What’s YOUR Story?

May 27, 2012 by Frontline Copy

by Faith Attaguile

A Call for
Earth in Transition Stories

If you’re reading this you probably know all too well the dreadful statistics of our currently deteriorating world: pollution, climate change, poisoned agriculture, disease, economic and social breakdown.

Others -- the ones featured in this blog series, Earth in Transition -- have taken the reality we face as an exciting challenge.

They are the ones living the positive change they want to see in the world. They are the ones aking the steps – one by one – to make our world green and sustainable for all living things.

These people are what I call the Earth in Transition pioneers. Working with others, their intent is to mend the earth.

The discoveries and creations of these pioneers … and the ways in which they’re meeting present-day challenges to make a better future … give us a peek into opportunities awaiting us, too, when we bite the bullet and take up the challenge in our own communities.

As we focus on actions taken by real people in the real world, some of the transformations we’ll cover will be big. Others will be small.

Some will make you laugh. Others will leave you in awe.

But all, I hope, will inspire you to transform your own communities so they are nurtured, not murdered. And that’s where it all must start: In our own communities. In the heart of where we live.

Do you have your own Earth in Transition story?
Would you like to see your story in this blog series?

If you’d like to submit a completed guest post to be considered for this series, here are simple guidelines for you to follow.

If you’d rather talk with me first, contact me at faith@frontlinecopy.com.

And there’s always the comment box below for you to use. Write down your ideas and send them on to me. I’ll get back to you and we can move forward from there.

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