It's been four year since I created "the green skeptic" blog. A lot has changed in that short span of time -- and we have much for which to be thankful.
Despite the collapse of our economy, increasing numbers of poor people, and even more dire predictions of climate change crisis, we are on the verge of real change in the world.
I refuse to be pessimistic; skeptical, but not pessimistic.
I believe that four years from now we'll be on our way toward making lasting progress on renewable energy, energy efficiency, and creating jobs. We won't be all the way there, but we'll be making progress.
It will take us awhile to weather this downturn and craft a thoughtful and pragmatic response. But I believe we will get there.
And there appear to be many others who agree that the next great wave is a green wave.
It's just slow-moving right now, which is good; slow-moving waves tend to build stronger and conserve their energy for the shore.
Happy Thanksgiving. And thank you for reading.