I met Ed Fallon when we were both in our early 20s. I was looking for a third roommate in my run-down, three-story, sloped-floor apartment in Somerville, Massachusetts, on the border of Cambridge.
He was an itinerant musician, believer in all causes to save our planet, and general nice guy. We campaigned against nuclear power together, and I followed his trajectory as he grew from farming his family property in Ireland, to winning a seat in the Iowa house of representatives, to hosting a radio talk-show and, in the past few years, to organizing the longest climate-change march in history.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Thursday, January 2, 2020, 10:00 a.m. CT Contact: Kelcie Kraft at 319-430-5065 or email@example.com Contact: Ed Fallon at 515-238-6404 or firstname.lastname@example.org Global Climate Leader, Bill McKibben, Endorses Iowa Caucus Action DES MOINES, IOWA – Noted founder of 350.org, author, and climate activist Bill McKibben released a video endorsing the Climate Crisis Parade. […]
Impeachment, Meatloaf and the climate emergency People walk down the Second Street in Coralville during the Great March for Climate Action on Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014. The Iowa City rally, which began at New Pioneer Coop in Coralville and ended at Pedestrian Mall, was part of a national climate change walk from Los Angeles to […]
Here’s an audio link to Ed Fallon’s book about the Great March for Climate Action: Marcher, Walker, Pilgrim.
Ed Fallon shares the incredible story of the 2014 Great March for Climate Action as chronicled in his memoir, Marcher, Walker, Pilgrim. Ed also discusses the growing urgency of the climate crisis, Bold Iowa’s “Climate Bird Dog” campaign to urge presidential candidates to prioritize the climate crisis, and strategies for local climate resilience. Books will be […]
The book Marcher, Walker, Pilgrim contains 80 photos. The hardcover features color photos while the paperback has black-and-white photos. Here is a sampling from the book.