“You don’t have to be an eco-purist to make a difference; you don’t have to hug a tree,” she laughs. “There’s so many little, simple things that all of us could do, every day that would make such a huge impact.”
Councilwoman Darden Rice (St. Pete, District 4) is taking a holistic approach to governing during National Volunteer Week. She’s spending the week volunteering at a different organization every day to see “see first-hand the impact of public policy decisions” at the city level.
The Catalyst narrowly missed a Pulitzer this year, most likely because of errant subject lines in the Daily Spark email, like we had yesterday. We'll gear up for next year - but in the meantime - many congratulations to this year's winners for producing smart, powerful and important work.
“I am very pleased that the legacy established by Linton Tibbetts has not only thrived, but has passed on to the next generation, and continues to grow from strength to strength,” Tourism Minister Moses Kirkconnell said.