Valentine's Day may have passed, but my kids' haul of chocolate is still lingering. As I attempt to avoid eating just one more piece, I can't help but think about all the love for climate action we felt over the weekend.
Our Climate Valentines: Time to Define the Relationship blog generated thousands of interactions with our followers. And many of you got in on the action and created your own #ClimateValentine poems for the planet. I was so impressed with your creativity that I thought it would be fun to share a few of my favorites.
My favorite #ClimateValentines
@dahawk7834: Some folks vote red, Others vote blue, But smart folks vote NO on more CO2
@MarkeyMemo: Republicans are red, Democrats are blue, I support #climate action, And so should you
@lauraetam: Roses are brown. There's no water here. My hope's for some serious climate action this year.
@adriannaq: Roses are red, oceans are blue, the earth will be better, with less CO2.
@tomasczt: Love our mother, there's only one, #climatechange is real, undo damage done.
@ConservationCo: Roses are red, fossil fuels are stupid, this Valentines Day #renewables are our Cupid!