Stevie Planeteer

Author's details

Date registered: August 5, 2011


Stevie Planeteer is an ordinary man with a lifelong commitment to helping improve the quality of his community and others people’s lives. Volunteering and leadership positions with organizations that are actively making a difference in ecology and environment of the "localplanet," everybody has their localplanet that needs nurturing, respect and tender loving care. "Teaching responsible environmental attitudes and behaviors to children will make significant and lasting improvements to the quality of life."

Latest posts

  1. Waste, Recycling, and Disposal — November 29, 2013
  2. Daguerreotype Photography;1839 to 1860 — November 26, 2011
  3. “Fire and Ice for a Local Planet;” a template photo journal — August 4, 2011

Author's posts listings

Nov 29

Waste, Recycling, and Disposal

Willow Hill Golf Course is build on top of the Glenview / Techny Landfill from across artificial lake in the channel of the West Fork of the North Branch of the Chicago River.

From the beginning, people have tossed their unwanted waste products off to the side, out of way, buried or incinerated. Today much of our garbage is dumped into landfills. Only recently have we sounded the alarm warning that dumping capacity isn’t unlimited and we are wasting too much good land for this use.  

Nov 26

Daguerreotype Photography;1839 to 1860

Will our digital photographs be viewable to our descendants 160 years from now? One of the earliest photographic technique was the daguerreotype process. Today, 160 years later, we enjoy and marvel at their image quality and enduring beauty.

Aug 04

“Fire and Ice for a Local Planet;” a template photo journal

Fire and Ice for a Local Planet by Steve Greenberg | Preview or Purchase this Book Online