About Lynn

LH2013img2997As a mom and advocate of environmental awareness and education, I’d like to help you stay current on environmental issues—and solutions.

Specifically, environmental issues that may impact our health and, more importantly, the long-term health of our children.

I also want to help you realize that you can make a difference.

Being a mom, seeing the film Inconvenient Truth and the ridiculous amount of bottled water consumption I witnessed in my neighborhood all came together in a perfect storm that was the catalyst for the I Count for myEARTH blog and all that I do.

I’m currently working with Macroscopic Media to help spread the word about an important documentary film, Unacceptable Levels. Read more about it here.

When I can, I write. But it’s never enough. Which brings me to one of my favorite quotes:

Do what  you can, with what you’ve got, where you are.

~ Teddy Roosevelt

That’s something we can all do. And together—if we persevere—it will be enough.

And that’s kinda what’s behind the name I Count for myEARTH…

Taking ownership of the earth.

My earth, your earth…

Collectively, we can make a difference.

Each and every one of us counts.

10 Responses

  1. Thanks, Lynn, for the excellent blog and for all you do to protect our environment. Love the helpful posts and all the great information. YOU are making a difference!

  2. Great site Lynn!
    Keep up the great work!

  3. just found this, great blog, look forward to reading more!

  4. Lynn, great thing to advocate. I think you would like my company PlanetGear.com. We often sell BPA-free stainless steel waterbottles (like this week we are doing Green Bottle, but we have sold SIGG,Waterbox, etc.) We are members of 1% for the planet…so come check us out. email me if you have any questions

    tawnee @ planetgear.com

  5. This is great blog Lynn, keep it up! It would be nice to see you start a blog on http://www.BlueTurtle.com … check out our project TurtlesOfChange.com … Ivan

  6. Nice and useful Blog.
    There is lot much to practice in the field of Environmental conservation and protection related issues. Let more and more people from developed countries become actors in this direction.The state of affairs in the developing countries is not that conducive as they have added problems of livelihood and survival apart from these bigger environmental issues nevertheless they too have some role to play.

    Mohan Chandra Pargaien


  7. Great site! I happen to have some incredible green travel resources. Drop me an email if you are interested! sherry@wanderu.com

  8. Hi Lynn,

    I really like your blog!
    I would like to send you an email but could not find your email address or another way to contact you on the blog.

    I’m a Community Manager with valet.swap.com that is a new collaborative consumption solution for kids’ clothing, accessories and sports items. We support swapping between large communities and are just now launching the service in the US market.

    Please send me an email at henni ( at ) netcycler (dot ) com
    Community Manager

  9. And did you know there’s actually an area of floating debris–including plastic–twice the size of Texas floating around in the Pacific ocean? It’s killing marine wildlife and has made its way into the food chain. We actually have traces of plastic in our bodies right now.

    There’s not just one: there are two of these disgusting man-made things in the Pacific; one in the North, another in the south. And two in the Atlantic. And another in the Indian Ocean. For a total of five, worldwide. They have a name: they’re called ‘gyres’.

    Five. Gyres.

    Find out more at (surprise!) 5gyres.org (please consider signing up to the plastic promise!).

    And: keep up the good work! 🙂

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