The Lorax isn’t just about trees. It’s about the interconnectedness of nature. It’s also about the tragedy of the commons.
The Lorax isn’t straight up against industry, but rather against unrestrained and inconsiderate industry.
Today’s piece will be a diptych, so find out tomorrow!
Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot,
Nothing is going to get better. It’s not.
-Dr. Seuss, The Lorax
Day 2 of April’s drawing-a-day challenge.
Today’s prompt: a honey bee spraying chemicals:
While feeding the world’s growing population is important, some of the modern farming practices are not always benign to the environment. Ironically, some of the pesticides we use to help protect crops may be contributors in honey bee deaths, an insect we rely on to fertilize many of our crops.
Prompt #1 – Trump frolicking like a nymph
What better April Fools’ Day prompt can I get than the fool in chief who believes climate change is a Chinese plot and that ‘clean coal’ is actually is worth falling further behind in the renewable energy race.
Tell me lies, tell me sweet little lies.
If you’d like to suggest a prompt for my April drawing-a-day challenge, please add it in the comments! This month’s theme is Earth Day.