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Our beautiful planet: Amazing Icebergs

Our beautiful planet: Amazing Icebergs

By Eartheasy, Posted March 1st, 2010

A series photos featuring strikingly beautiful and unusual icebergs…

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9 Ways to Help Birds Avoid Window Collisions

9 Ways to Help Birds Avoid Window Collisions

By Greg Seaman, Posted February 24th, 2010

Experts believe that over 100 million birds die each year in collisions with buildings and skyscrapers in the United States and Canada alone…

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Connecting with nature close to home

Connecting with nature close to home

By Kim Isley, Trees for a Change, Posted February 4th, 2010

It is when we let go of our ego and put down our inflated sense of human importance that we can really connect to Mother Earth and our own true nature.

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Flying the Earth flag in no-man’s land

Flying the Earth flag in no-man’s land

By Sunni Mace and Eric Carpenter, The Global View Foundation, Posted February 2nd, 2010

Launched in May of 2009, the SusBus brings education, awareness raising activities, and sustainable living opportunities to both traditional venues like schools and festivals, but more importantly to places like sports-related events, concerts, conventions and other non-green events.

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Reflections on a one week carbon cleanse

Reflections on a one week carbon cleanse

By Aran Seaman, Posted January 21st, 2010

Organized by the “No Impact Project”, I joined hundreds of other people from around the world in a week of personal analysis and change with the goal of reducing our carbon footprint and leading a better, happier life in the process.

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We are hard-wired to care and connect

We are hard-wired to care and connect

By David Korten, YES! Magazine, Posted January 13th, 2010

The good news: The changes we must make to avoid ultimate collapse are identical to the changes we must make to create the world of our common dream.

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Lost hikers may be going in circles, study says

Lost hikers may be going in circles, study says

By Greg Seaman, Posted September 29th, 2009

“We can’t get lost” was my confident assurance as we began a hike that would lead us in circles.

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Clearing a Path to Nature

Clearing a Path to Nature

By Richard Louv, Posted May 28th, 2009

The disengagement of children from nature has begun to alarm some of America’s more thoughtful naturalists, scientists, and environmentalists.

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The Real Cost of ‘Virtual Nature’

The Real Cost of ‘Virtual Nature’

By Brenda Scott Royce, Posted March 11th, 2009

Can robotic replicas and digital imagery inspire children to a love of nature?

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Environmental websites for kids

Environmental websites for kids

By Greg Seaman, Posted March 5th, 2009

Many parents are concerned that their children spend too much time indoors on the computer. This time is put to good use, however, when children learn how to become stewards of their environment.

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How to get your child excited about nature

How to get your child excited about nature

By Greg Seaman, Posted February 5th, 2009

Children are born with an innate curiosity about the natural world around them. How can we help them satisfy it?

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What is healthy for the person is healthy for the planet

What is healthy for the person is healthy for the planet

By Terry Taylor, Posted January 27th, 2009

Our rapidly changing world of technology is moving us farther and farther from the environment for which our evolution has designed us.

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Leave No Child Inside

Leave No Child Inside

By Richard Louv, Posted January 27th, 2009

… we must pass on to our children the joy and value of playing outside in nature.

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Researchers find simpler lifestyle builds fit children

Researchers find simpler lifestyle builds fit children

By Andre Picard, Posted January 27th, 2009

The solution to North America’s epidemic of childhood obesity could be as simple as looking to the past.

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Spending time in nature, a natural remedy for ADHD

Spending time in nature, a natural remedy for ADHD

By The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, reported in Scienceblog, Posted January 27th, 2009

Children with attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD) should spend some quality time outdoors when they are not in school, according to a nationwide study.

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An Inconvenient Tree

An Inconvenient Tree

By Martin Dreiling, Posted January 27th, 2009

“The issue surrounding our tree is not an isolated issue, it is a symptom of a larger disease that will end us as a society if we are not careful.”

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