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  • Essential oils as an alternative to commercial products
    Begin World Environment Day on June 5 by tossing toxic chemicals
    If you're like most people, you still use plenty of chemicals when you clean your home. While there might be some 'green' products under the sink or in the laundry room, chances are that you can't seem to disengage from the use of...
  • Thriving Chinese immersion schools in US
    Thriving Chinese immersion schools in US
    The apparent main reason for the increased interest in Chinese immersion schools in the United States is parents' hope of guaranteeing students quality future jobs in places like Hong Kong and throughout Asia if not the United States. There...
  • Brace your business for Hurricane Season 2015
    Brace your business for Hurricane Season 2015
    It’s been nearly a decade since South Florida had to cope with a major hurricane, but one is inevitable and it’s certainly better to be safe than sorry. So here are the steps your green business ought to be taking as hurricane season...
  • Starting small
    Denver Zoo waste to energy project gains power
    The Denver Zoo has begun installing equipment for its unique waste-to-energy facility near Toyota Elephant Passage, on the south end of the zoo. Jennifer Hale, director of safety and sustainability, anticipates completion in late 2015 or early...
  • Seed packets
    Seed libraries increasing in popularity
    Libraries are not just for books and DVDs anymore.A typical trip to your local library usually includes checking out the newest bestseller or a few episodes of your favorite television series, maybe a movie or CD also. At over 60 libraries around...
  • Beer kegs
    Philly Beer Week starts this Friday, May 29
    It's time once again for the week that takes 10 days. Philly Beer Week starts on May 29 and runs until June 7.The traditional official start will happen, as usual, at the Grey Lodge with the Hammer of Glory, used to tap the opening keg. You...
  • Fire Season Grim
    Governors: ‘Wet’ Drought in Pacific Northwest is unprecedented
    Governor Jay Inslee declared a drought in the state of Washington last week. He also described some of the conditions that strain our resources this year. Washington’s statewide snowpack is 15% of normal. Of the 98 sites where we check for...
  • Strawberries
    Wetland grass planting, farmers' markets, and other Maryland green events
    The Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market opens for the season on May 26. It will be open every Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. To learn more, contact Brenda Conti at (410) 349-0317 orTheherbaltouchusa@earthlink.net.The Baltimore Center for Green...
  • New China rails, canal in Americas affect planet
    New China rails, canal in Americas affect planet
    China's proposed railway and canal projects in South and Central America will have big impacts on climate change. Latin American countries in hopes of selling their natural resources to rich industrial power China to boost their economies may...
  • $4MM environmental drama plans underway with development
    $4MM environmental drama plans underway with development
    As Cannes Film Festival 68comes to a dramatic close this week, the importance of environmental dramas comes clearly into focus. Plans are underway for the development of a $4 to 12 million environmental drama by Wind Storm Cloud Media. The film...
  • Wild black cherry tree
    Good Life Feastival, Mulch Madness, and other Maryland green events
    The Howard Park Community Farmers Market opens for the season on May 23. It will be open every Saturday from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more information, contact Preston Greene at (443) 982-3422 or info@howardparkca.org.Blue Water Baltimore seek...
  • Oil Spill Clean up
    Will coming storm hinder oil spill cleanup?
    In case you haven’t heard yet, there has been yet another ruptured pipeline incident in the United States. This time the pipeline was running close to several beach locations, resulting in an oil spill affecting the beaches and ocean, just...
  • Stress reliever lavender tea
    Stress reliever lavender tea
    Lavender(Lavandula angustifolia)is a hardy and heavenly scented perennial. It has a beautifulcolor. Itis revered in Provence (France) as a medicinal plant. It is also used for its scent in many body and bath products, as a tea, for home décor and...
  • Making the environment better one step at a time
    Making our environment better one step at a time
    A journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step. Improving the environment and beautifying one’s community happens one small step at a time.A group of citizens in Littleton, Colorado took that first step last weekend. They turned a...
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    Have you heard of Monsanto?
    We now have a wealth of information at our fingertips and I for one like to think I'm digesting credible information to enhance my health and outlook on life. Many of us utilize the internet to hear about breaking information or our special...
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