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Spring 2011

In this issue, explore the impact of your wardrobe on Global Warming and what if any changes you can make to help reduce your carbon footprint. Also, read up on what TREE MUSKETEERS has been doing locally and globally to forward the movement!

In Dress for Success we learn that every season has its fabrics. Linen, cotton and silk are among the lighter weight materials seen in spring and summer. The fall and winter focus is on heavier fabrics like woolens. Universal or variations of some fabrics such as wool and silk can be worn year around. The fabric you wear can say a lot about you.

That is why you shouldn’t let anyone catch you in synthetic fabrics during any season!

Read the entire Spring 2011 issue of Trunkline.

Past Issues

Winter 2010
Wildlife Suffers due to Global Warming

Summer 2010
Global Warming and Rising Ocean Temps

Winter 2008
Trash Talking and Global Warming

Summer 2008
What is a Carbon Footprint?

Winter 2007
Global Warming: The Water Crisis

Winter 2006
Energy Use at Root of Global Warming

Summer 2006
Global Warming – No Long “Junk” Science

Winter 2005
Memories of the Start of the Youth-led Environmental Movement

Fall 2004
Where the Wild Things are

Winter 2003
The Magical Connection Between Kids and Trees

Summer 2003
Saving The Earth’s Disappearing Forests

Winter 2001
Global Trends 2015: A CIA Look Into The Future

Summer 2001
Earth Day and Youth Are Natural Partners

Spring 2001
New Campaign Tells America To Count On Kids

To empower young people to be environmental leaders