"We stand at a critical moment in Earth’s history, a time
when humanity must choose its future. As the world becomes increasingly
interdependent and fragile, the future at once holds great peril and great
promise. To move forward we must recognize that in the midst of a magnificent
diversity of cultures and life forms we are one human family and one Earth
Community with a common destiny."
–from the Preamble of the United Nations Earth Charter
Planet Earth Show
QUIET RIOT’s assembly, The Planet
Earth Show, presents to students and staff:
wonder of our planet and our connection to it
challenge of stabilizing our climate
students and staff can save energy and money at home and school
reuse, recycle, zero waste, rooftop solar and wind energies are great
climate solutions and good for our successful future
urgency and benefits of Going Green--Solar for All!
We are at a unique time in all of human
history. The triple crises of Global Warming, Peak Oil, and Resource Depletion
threaten to collapse civilization. Our best science tells us we have less
than a 10-year window of opportunity to save human habitat on our planet
Imagine our world within the next ten years, where our energy comes directly
from the wind, the sun, the movement of water and the heat of the earth.
Our homes, plugged-in cars, and buildings produce surplus energy for the
Imagine our world where oil, coal, nuclear energy and agri-fuels have
been phased out. No more war for oil. Climate Chaos is mitigated and clean
air, water, and soil create a much healthier environment for our families.
Imagine our nation as one that shares clean renewable energy hardware
and expertise with the Developing World, helping to eradicate poverty
and terrorism for true global security.
Students, teachers, administrators, support staff and families can all
help to shape our healthy, peaceful and flourishing clean, green energy
to Planet Earth Show for grades K-6
to Earth & Our Future page for grades 6-12, universities,
and community organizations
to What Families Can Do at Home: THE BIG 10