Perhaps you didn’t know this, but Dianna Agron – Quinn Fabray of Glee – is a Bay Area native. So on top of her Former President of the Celibacy Club beauty and her avid love for indie rock, you know homeslice is down to earth.
Both Nguyen and Agron are urging viewers to check out Oxfam’s campaign encouraging Congress to compose an aggressive, comprehensive climate change bill in 2010, and have its provisions kick in sooner than the 10-year timeline proposed in current legislation.
For a couple of seasons, now, the Bay has been in throes with inconsistent, atypical weather. Some people thought it was the behaviors of the winter cycle, where more extreme weather patterns surface every few years. I stand firm in the belief that it’s global warming, messing with California’s usual lack of “seasons” and “weather.” I feel like global warming is the same culprit behind the alarming rash of natural disasters: earthqukes, volcanic eruptions, and the typhoons/monsoons/hurricanes that took place half a year ago.
I’m no environmental expert, but Oxfam, Thao & TGDSD, and Dianna Agron agree! Baby steps toward more responsible consumption aren’t all that scary. If a girl working in fashion marketing commuting more than two hours a day can bring her own flat and dinnerware to work, so can you.