By JAY COHEN; Original story here JOLIET, Ill. (AP) — Mark Ruffalo had a big smile on his face as he signed ticket stubs and posed for pictures at Chicagoland Speedway. A steady stream of fans approached the actor from all angles, but he made it look as if it was a small party with… Read more »
Shots of Awe. Beautifully said by @jasonsilva It’s time to imagine the possibilities and open ourselves up past the doom and gloom. “We need to make a cognitive leap… we have to realize that this is already possible now”. Thank you, Jason, for your inspirational words that point to the potential of an awesome future… Read more »
The celebrity activist isn’t just against fracking; he wants to turn the conversation to green solutions. Read more in Mother Jones.
At the 2012 Nantucket Project ideas festival, Mark Ruffalo took the stage along with professor Mark Jacobson and banker Marco Krapels – his partners in a campaign to make the cultural and economic case for ending our dependence on fossil fuels and switching to alternative energy sources like wind and solar. See the full presentation here.