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Toxic outcome from spraying

Despite marketing spin and availability, pesticides, herbicides and chemical fertilizers are not very safe for humans and the environment. When sprayed on our backyards, city parks and in industrial agriculture as they are across the nation, cumulative effects of toxic residue, in the biosphere, can have … Continue reading

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Teachers: agents of change for nature

Respect for nature, where does it start? Teachers, scholars, and advocates of sustainable lifestyles from all levels of education are emphatic that respect for nature starts during childhood. They say knowledge, based in healthy respect for Nature and ecosystems, is key to cultural transitions … Continue reading

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Your kid have NDD?

Across the board, kids are spending a record amount of time indoors, at school, texting from the mall, reading, or watching TV with little or no connection to the natural world. These kids may be consumer-society casualties newly diagnosed with … Continue reading

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Howdy, partner: supporting local food growers

Throughout history, most food was local. Food was grown right where people lived until the advent of factory food the past century or so. Today’s supermarket food travels an average of 1500 miles from industrial systems dependent on large quantities of cheap fossil … Continue reading

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An environmentalist’s hell (joke)

An environmentalist dies and reports to the pearly gates. St. Peter checks his dossier and says, “Ah, you’re an environmentalist–you’re in the wrong place.” Thinking that heaven could never make an error, the environmentalist reports to the gates of hell … Continue reading

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The New Economy

Our world is shifting. More and more of us are recognizing that what has taken place in the past, no longer is working today. We are ready for a shift in consciousness, and that readiness is affecting all areas of … Continue reading

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Out of the urban bubble

This is a story of a city guy from the ‘burbs’, finding his way out of a commercial, petroleum-based, urban bubble to live locally and in balance with the biosphere. While we may be at the peak of automatic comfort, citizens … Continue reading

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About Greenpeace | Greenpeace International

About Greenpeace Greenpeace exists because this fragile earth deserves a voice. It needs solutions. It needs change. It needs action. Greenpeace is an independent global campaigning organisation that acts to change attitudes and behaviour, to protect and conserve the environment … Continue reading

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Good Dirt Radio – About Us

On this page you’ll find our mission statement and a brief story about how GDR started, where we are currently, and where we plan to go. Follow the links below to find out more about us. Our Mission Good Dirt … Continue reading

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The New Energy Revolution Theme Song

Tuesday, June 2, 2009 A challenge thrown down by environmental Entrepreneur Mr. Steve Schappert. He invited us all to do something to help pull us all together to save the planet. I though “what could I do” Steve challenged Ebony … Continue reading

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