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By Andy Smith Glance at the headlines these days, and the prospects for peace look pretty bleak. Iraq, Syria, Gaza and the Ukraine don’t create grounds for much optimism. But Ginny Fox, executive director of the Peace Flag Project, said that’s no reason not to keep working for peace, particularly ...
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Sustainable development is . . . Considering that the concept of sustainable development is now enshrined on the masthead of Environment magazine, featured on 8,720,000 Web pages, and enmeshed in the aspirations of countless programs, places, and institutions, it should be easy to complete the sent...
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A short taster for a DVD and booklet package exploring the issues of Conflict and Climate Change. This 18 minute DVD, split into six sections, aims to convince people that conflict and climate change are linked, and that they can be tackled together by ordinary people, communities, businesses and g...
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By Jacob Devaney Fire is technology. We can use it to warm our food and our home or to burn down our neighborhood. It’s all a matter of how we choose to use – or abuse – resources. The Pentagon recently agreed to honor contracts with a lifetime cost of roughly $1.5 trillion for the F-35 Lighting Jo...
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Earth Day 2013 Earth Day is about us, our loved ones, our pets and wild animals, our trees, fish and flowers. Each person can make a difference by taking actions in their lives and organizations to live sustainably. Recycle, buy green products, conserve water, turn out lights and save energy, learn...
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By Jane Lubchenco | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Forty years ago, the late Sen. Gaylord Nelson gave birth to Earth Day when he stood up for the environment, calling upon the American people to come together for a simple teach-in on the environment. The first Earth Day was a catal...
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• 121 countries and territories across all seven continents to participate in global climate action • Great Pyramids and Sphinx to lead Earth Hour’s landmark action on global warming • Football superclub, Real Madrid, joins the greatest team ever assembled to tackle climate change • Archbishop Desmo...
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Global Peace Day Sept 21, 2009 We invite You to Mark, Create and Take a STAND Globally for PEACE. To Celebrate with us together FREELY & UNIQUELY as ONE VOICE in Your Own Way... ~The Global Ceasefire between All United Nations Countries. To acknowledge All people who bring peace to the world, ...
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Celebrate the World Environment day with the Earth Charter! We are living in challenging times. As members of the community of life on Earth, we have jeopardized our own existence and the right to life of many other living beings through extensive environmental alteration. Our individual andshared ...
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"When the wisdom of the Grandmothers is heard, the world will heal."--Native American Prophecy Whoever really listens to Grandma? Seriously. She doesn't email, she doesn't text, she certainly doesn't have a blog. If you tell her you have one, she'll probably suggest you get it off before it stains....
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I'm definitely a campfire kid. As a boy I was lucky enough to get sent north every summer to live for a month or so in a cabin beside a lake, surrounded by thick forests of pine and birch, where I would learn to say strange Indian names, and be a Mohawk or an Algonquin or an Iroquois. We'd carve ti...
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