Author Archives: Ed Fallon

Hannah Bacon on the last leg of her march!

The Hardest Part (from today’s POV) The Hardest Part (from today’s POV) Hannah Bacon writes on June 2, 2021: Hey friends! It’s been a while… thanks for hanging in there with me! I am two weeks from the finish, and realize I haven’t posted in two months! My lack of posting is partly because I am in a time warp (truly shocked so much time has passed) and partly because I’ve had some serious writer’s block. Today, two months and 1,000 miles since my last post, Continue reading →

2021 Walk for Our Grandchildren

2021 WALK FOR OUR GRANDCHILDREN In 2013, a multi-generational group of climate activists walked from Camp David, Maryland, to Washington, DC. Their goal: to tell President Obama and other policy makers that we must keep the majority of fossil fuels in the ground. Now, in 2021, elders and youth are walking once again to demand climate action from President Biden. Biden has promised bold actions to address climate change, yet his current proposals are still inadequate to address the climate emergency. The 2021 Walk for Continue reading →

March Against Detaining Asylum-seeking Families

Two years ago, Pascha Morgan walked 1200 miles from Des Moines, Iowa to the Texas/Mexico border — a solo journey he dubbed the March Against Detaining Asylum-seeking Families (or MAD-AF). He writes that the purpose of his walk was “to put words like compassion, empathy, and human dignity into action. Love of others can make you MAD AF.” Here’s a story about Pascha’s march during his trek through Salina, Kansas. The climate emergency also motivates Pascha in his work, and he has been very active in Des Continue reading →

Lee Camp’s Moment of Clarity

Ed Fallon joins Lee Camp’s program on April 29, 2021, to discuss The Race to Save the World, the Great March for Climate Action, and various matters of political and planetary importance — including Andrew Yang’s secret love for the Bold Iowa Climate Penguins.

The Fallon Forum radio talk show, blog, and podcast

Dear Friends, CHECK OUT THIS WEEK’S PODCAST! In a rational, high-functioning country, it wouldn’t take a film like The Race to Save the World  to mobilize people to fight climate change. Sadly, since we have some work to do on that front, perhaps this latest film by award-winning producer, Joe Gantz, might do the trick. Joe’s other films include American Winter (about poverty in the US), Ending Disease (about stem-cell research), and Taxi Cab Confessions (title says all). Joe’s work is outstanding. It’s also cutting-edge, tackling Continue reading →

Saugus author sounds climate change warning with book and walk

Daily Lynn Item, April 29, 2019 by Thor Jourgensen SAUGUS — Ed Fallon spent a lot of time in Rumney Marsh and its varied plant life and quiet refuges inspired him to make climate change awareness his life’s work. Fallon and 50 other climate awareness advocates walked across the country in 2014 to broaden the conversation on the climate. He published “Marcher, Walker, Pilgrim,” a book chronicling the trek, last November. Fallon, 61, views the environmental and consequential global economic threats emerging through climate Continue reading →