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10 Ways to Become an Eco-Warrior

10 Ways to Become an Eco-Warrior

By | May 19, 2014 at 7:57 am | No comments

Photo by Bùi Linh Ngân via flickr Many of the problems facing the world today just seem too big, beyond our ability to address. Climate change, rising sea levels, widespread use of toxic pesticides and GMOs, rampant pollution and deforestation — just to name a few. What...

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Soldiers in the Fight for Sustainable Food

Soldiers in the Fight for Sustainable Food

By | May 1, 2014 at 7:48 am | One comment

Photo via Ground Operations America, like many other countries, is facing a farming crisis. According to EPA demographics, more than 60 percent of American farmers are over the age of 55, and many will be retiring in the next 10 years. That means that potentially half of...

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Illustrating John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’

By | December 24, 2013 at 11:58 am | No comments

Artist, Pablo Stanley, has made John Lennon's famous song 'Imagine' into a wonderful little comic. We hope you enjoy!John Lennon's 'Imagine" as illuastrated by Pablo...

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Could Your Lipstick Be the Kiss of Death?

Could Your Lipstick Be the Kiss of Death?

By | September 2, 2013 at 9:53 pm | No comments

Photo by Witness_Me via flickr For many of us, lipstick is our siren. Our signature go-to beauty product that pulls our entire look together, making us feel beautiful in a pinch. But if careful attention isn’t paid to the ingredients contained in that beloved little tube,...

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California’s Native Sage Plant Faces Endangerment

California’s Native Sage Plant Faces Endangerment

By | August 12, 2013 at 8:02 am | No comments

Photo by mattmitchell8 via flickr The California wonder herb, sage, which has been praised by the Native Americans, healers, energy workers, mediums, and just about anyone who values the power of medicinal herbs, is now threatened and endangered. Due to an increase in global...

Posted in: Gardening

Digging Into The Global Food Crisis

Digging Into The Global Food Crisis

By | April 25, 2013 at 7:35 am | No comments

Villagers — Virunga Mountains, Rwanda by Tuesday Phillips This post was originally published on the United Nations Environmental Programme website as the cover story for their World Environment Day (WED) 2013 Think.Eat.Save campaign. With the looming threat of factory...

Posted in: Food, Mindful Lifestyle

Sustainable Jewelry: Handcrafted with Love and Good Vibes

Sustainable Jewelry: Handcrafted with Love and Good Vibes

By | March 5, 2013 at 9:47 am | No comments

What draws you to a particular piece of jewelry? The color of the gemstone, the material, the design? What about pieces you have received as gifts? The ones you prize the most are probably those you have a sentimental or spiritual attachment to. They have a story, an emotional...

Posted in: Responsible Fashion

Baby Sloth Shows His Romantic Side

Baby Sloth Shows His Romantic Side

By | February 27, 2013 at 7:31 am | No comments

Photo via YouYube This is Matty. He's a baby Tree Sloth. And he loves to share. Here he is sharing a flower with this handler, Claire. You're welcome. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ry77_7xFc6c Via: Huffington Post...

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Hollywood’s Finest are Cleaning up our Oceans

Hollywood’s Finest are Cleaning up our Oceans

By | February 26, 2013 at 7:48 am | No comments

Photo via The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation The stars on the silver screen and in front of the cameras are idolized and respected by many people across the globe. Lucky for us, many of them also care for the world and the waters we rely on in order to survive as a...

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The World’s First Invisible Bicycle Helmet

The World’s First Invisible Bicycle Helmet

By | December 24, 2012 at 9:17 am | No comments

It’s been seven years in the making, but the world’s first “invisible” bike helmet is now available for purchase. The brainchild of Anna Haupt and Terese Alstin, two industrial designers from Sweden, the Hövding—Swedish for “chieftain”—is essentially a collar...

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