Please spread the word! The Climate Reality Program will be broadcast via USTREAM starting 7PM EST Tomorrow, Wednesday, August 14th, right here climaterealityproject.org Read their fantastic blog here Climate Reality Project Blog Related articles The Denial Ends Sept. 14 (osocio.org) Join Al Gore for 24 Hours of Climate Reality, September 14 2011 (treehugger.com) Al Gore’s ‘Climate Reality … Continue reading
In nature nothing is ever wasted. When a plant dies it decomposes and becomes the nutrients for new life. Upcycling mimics this natural process. Upcycle TerraCycle® definition: Using every aspect of waste as value… Typically a piece of waste can be seen as two things: the material it’s made from and the shape it is in. For … Continue reading
Feb 2, 2011, Ed Norton, two-time Academy Award-nominated actor and UN Goodwill Ambassador for biodiversity speaks for the forests for the global launch of the International Year of Forests 2011. http://www.un.org/forests
Those who did not grow up in or near a forest, never camped in one, never bonded to nature, will have to trust those of us who did. The forests are the lungs of the world. We must save the rainforests. Wangari Maathai adds her voice to The Prince’s Rainforests Project
HarvardPublicHealth | September, 2010 — Philippe Grandjean, adjunct professor of environmental health, discusses the findings of a report by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), which concludes there is no known safe exposure to lead.
Healthy Child Healthy World helps millions of parents, educators, health professionals, and the general public take action to create healthy environments and embrace green, non-toxic steps. Healthy Child Healthy World exists because more than 125 million Americans, especially children, now face an historically unprecedented rise in chronic disease and illness such as cancer, autism, asthma, … Continue reading
Estrogenic chemicals in plastics. What you need to know, from Cornell University What you can do: Learn the names of environmental estrogens Bisphenol A (BPA) is an environmental estrogen found in polycarbonate plastics (recycle symbol 7). It is also used in the epoxy lining of metal cans (food cans). Minimize leaching from polycarbonate sports or … Continue reading
Estrogenic chemicals in cosmetics. What you need to know, from Cornell University What you can do now: Read labels Ingredients are listed in decreasing order by weight on all personal care products. Learn the names of environmental estrogens Parabens Placental Extracts Benzophenones Make Choices Consider using products that do not have environmental estrogens. For more … Continue reading