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America’s Fat Threatens The World

America’s Fat Threatens The World

Yet another report confirms what most of the world suspected – Americans’ fat bottoms will be the eventual downfall of humanity. More precisely, if the rest of the world follows the American trend towards fatter bottoms then environmental degradation due ...

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Biomass Energy: What is It ?

Biomass Energy: What is It ?

What is biomass energy? It’s not fossil fuel energy, so if you’re a good student of alternative fuel sources you should know about this low-tech energy option. I say low-tech because as long as people have been lighting fires they’ve ...

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Hugh’s Fish Fight

Hugh’s Fish Fight

Between 40 to 60 percent of the fish that are caught in the North Sea are thrown back dead. In 2011 Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall went on a mission to find out why and ended up starting a grass routes movement that ...

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Toxic in America

Toxic in America

American children are “guinea pigs in an uncontrolled experiment,” according to Senator Frank Lautenberg D-New Jersey who spoke to the Senate Subcommittee on Superfund, Toxics and Environmental Health on October 26th. Among the many shocking facts shared at the hearing was ...

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Nat Turner, Blair Grocery & the Lower 9 Garden

Nat Turner, Blair Grocery & the Lower 9 Garden

“No matter how dark things seem to be or actually are, raise your sights and see possibilities – always see them for they’re always there.” — Norman Vincent Peale Hurricane Katrina slammed into New Orleans five years ago flooding 80% ...

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Volunteer Journal #57 – Star Eco Station

Volunteer Journal #57 – Star Eco Station

On the phone Tuesday night: “I got to go to bed.  I’m cleaning snake cages early tomorrow morning.” “Why!?” “Because they sh*! in them Mom.” “This is another one of those volunteer things isn’t it?” “No, this is for fun.” ...

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Producer/Director Gene Rosow Talks “Dirt”

Producer/Director Gene Rosow Talks “Dirt”

One of the perks to living in Los Angeles is the regular invites to screenings ‘n such. Recently, I was invited to TreePeople‘s  headquarters to see a screening of the award-winning documentary “Dirt! The Movie” . “Dirt” profiles our most underappreciated and squandered ...

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