The Most Dangerous Thing in America Today.

Elephant Journal

This attitude is the most dangerous thing in America today. Enlightened Society Equal Rights Inspiring (Wow) WAYLON: Today Only acceptance america black lives matter colin kaepernick dangerous football mindful speech Nike protest respectThe election was polarizing to say the least.

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WPAs: America’s Duck Factories

10,000 Birds

The potholes and associated grasslands create North America’s most productive habitat for breeding waterfowl, making it an area of global significance for Mallards , Northern Pintails , Blue-winged Teals , Gadwalls , Northern Shovelers , and others. Jason A.

After America.

Elephant Journal

Enlightened Society (Politics, Active Citizenship, Social Good) Family, Youth, Enlightened Education Inspiring (Wow) WAYLON: Editor's Picks Z ADMIN Enlightened Society Featured Today america Democracy empire Security Council United NationsThe American empire is in decline.

America’s top 10 sweatiest cities

Green Traveler Guides

” These places are not merely the hottest, they’re also where the most heat gets trapped in the summer months, which contributes to overall ickyness and […] America’s top 10 sweatiest cities is a post from: Green Traveler Guides. California Charlotte Dallas District of Columbia Florida Houston Los Angeles Miami North America North Carolina Orlando Raleigh San Diego Tampa Texas The Americas United States 10 sweatiest cities in U.S.

Peterson Field Guide to Birds of Northern Central America: A Book Review

10,000 Birds

The Peterson Field Guide to Birds of Northern Central America by Jesse Fagan and Oliver Komar, illustrated by Robert Dean and Peter Burke, does just that. Peterson Field Guide to Birds of Northern Central America covers 827 species, including resident, migratory, and common vagrant birds.

Taking America Backward Again.

Elephant Journal

We have, at our helm, a hateful and ignorant man who is not worthy of this democracy. I say this with no ill will, or hate. I do not enjoy saying this—I would be first in line to support anything kind or fair that would come out of today’s White House. But say this we […].

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Raptors of Mexico and Central America: A Book Review

10,000 Birds

Raptors of Mexico and Central America by William S. This is the first identification guide that I know of that covers Mexico (technically North America but rarely included in North American raptor guides) and Central America. Raptors of Mexico and Central America.

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Rural America, I am Sorry.

Elephant Journal

Adventure Enlightened Society Non New-Agey Spirituality 2016 election Borat city slicker rural AmericaI see that you care about your community and this country. I see that there is love all around you. Maybe we have a few differences, but.

Peterson Field Guide to Moths of Southeastern North America and of Northeastern North America: A Review of Two Field Guides

10,000 Birds

You can blame the nice people at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, who took it upon themselves to send me a review copy of the Peterson Field Guide to Moths of Southeastern North America by Seabrooke Leckie and David Beadle. There are over 11,000 species of moths in North America.

TripAdvisor’s Green Leaders now in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, Caribbean

Green Traveler Guides

The program, which ranks hotels and B&Bs on their eco-friendly features, encompasses more than 8,000 properties in 67 countries (including 170 new entrants in Australia and New Zealand)—making it […] TripAdvisor’s Green Leaders now in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, Caribbean is a post from: Green Traveler Guides.

6 Things that Schools should Teach to Make America Great Again.

Elephant Journal

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America Passes the Imperial Baton.

Elephant Journal

America is locked into a social and bureaucratic complexity and imperial overreach that is hard to undo. But life after empire will likely be better.

Unscrew America

Green Earth Journey

Seen this site yet? If not check it out! UnscrewAmerica.org

Sibley’s Raptors of North America Poster

10,000 Birds

Do you know your raptors but wish that you had an easy reference for all the raptors of North America? Never fear, David Allen Sibley has done it again with the release by Scott & Nix of Sibley’s Raptors of North America poster.*

Hoatzins invaded South America from Africa … by raft

10,000 Birds

Birds africa Folivore fossils South America taxonomy and systematicsWe humans have a very deep and powerful urge to assemble individual data points into some sort of larger construct — to label and categorize them and understand how they relate to other things we know.

National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America, 7th Edition: A Field Guide Review

10,000 Birds

The point is, the field guide I grabbed without hesitation was the National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America, 7th Edition by Jon L. National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America, 7th Edition.

10 Amazing Food Co-ops Across America

Green (Living) Review

Cooperatively owned grocery stores exist all over the country. Some have thousands of members and have been around since the 1970s, and some opened within the past few years to serve communities with unusual needs.

This is how we will Save America.

Elephant Journal

Editor's Picks Enlightened Society Inspiring (Wow) Non New-Agey Spirituality donald trump election 2016 god hillary clinton make america great again save america who should i vote forI don’t have the answers, but I do know that it is a better bet to not rely on.

America's new found beverage love. Water

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) It was not all that long ago that America had a serious love affair with all things soda. bottled water smartwater water America vitaminwater tap water

God Bless America

Environmental Economics

oil and gas production is evolving so rapidly — and demand is dropping so quickly — that in just five years the U.S. could no longer need to buy oil from any source but Canada, according to Citigroup's global head of commodities research. Citigroup's Edward Morse, in a new report, projects a dramatic reshaping of the global energy industry, where the U.S., in a matter of years, becomes an exporter of energy, instead of one of the biggest importers.

Review: Petrels, Albatrosses & Storm-Petrels of North America

10,000 Birds

Reviews Albatrosses and Storm-petrels of North America petrels seabirds tubenosesI’ve spent the odd hour sea-watching from both land and sea.

Finch Bay named South America’s leading green hotel

Green Traveler Guides

World Travel Awards winners for 2012 include Finch Bay Eco Hotel in the Galapagos Islands as "South America's leading green hotel." Finch Bay named South America’s leading green hotel is a post from: Green Traveler Guides. Amazon Argentina Bahia Bolivia Brazil Buenos Aires Caracas Ecuador Galapagos Islands Georgetown Guyana Machu Picchu Madidi Mato Grosso Pernambuco Peru Puerto Moldonado South America Venezuela Yasuni

America’s first sustainable urban agrihood is growing in Detroit

Green (Living) Review

This week, the Michigan Urban Farming Initiative (MUFI) revealed its plans for the first Sustainable Urban Agrihood in the North End. Wait, an agrihood? It’s an alternative neighborhood growth model, positioning agriculture as the centerpiece of a mixed-use development.

Decorating America’s Favorite Climbing Spots

Wend Magazine

Artist and climber, Doug Lloyd, has a distinct vision to pair expressive imagery with the prominent rock features of America’s most respected climbing sites.

Ukiah, Calif.: America’s greenest winery and a whole lot more

Green Traveler Guides

America’s greenest winery and a whole lot more is a post from: Green Traveler Guides. All California Farmers'' markets Health food/Natural grocery stores Mendocino North America Restaurants/Cafes The Americas Ukiah United States Wine country eco-friendly Ukiah Green Wine Country greenest winery in America organic dining Ukiah organic food Ukiah Patrona Ukiah Reuters sustainable Mendocino Ukiah Brewing Company Ukiah organic farmers market

I Will Bring the Peaceful Riot (A Poem for America).

Elephant Journal

This is a poem for America, for Trump's America, and any other place where right begins to rise out of wrongs to say, "No. Enlightened Society Equal Rights WAYLON: Today Only acceptance america hatred home love peaceful riot poem poetry race religion trump Trump's AmericaNot here. Never again.".

Going Green in America and with Today in America TV

Green (Living) Review

Today in America TV joins the Going Green in America movement with studio modifications. Coral Springs, FL : Going green in the office is one of the hottest action items in America today. These are easy modifications that any business can carry out to go green in America.

Recovery: America’s Giant Squirrel Back from the Brink

Nature Conservancy - Science

Endangered Delmarva fox squirrel carcasses littered the road. But that was not as gloomy as it appeared. And today, the story is headed for a happy ending. Wildlife Endangered Species Forests Mammals

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Why Donald Trump is America’s Cry for Help.

Elephant Journal

Enlightened Society Inspiring (Wow) Non New-Agey Spirituality WAYLON: Today Only America wants change America’s Cry for Help career politician cry for help donald trump election 2016 outsider Trump President TrumpI’ve had to dig pretty deep to find a silver lining today. It was not easy to find anything good about having this person, who is so passionate in his ignorance, bigotry, misogyny and greed, representing the country I call home.

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7 of the Coolest Eco-Lodges in South America.

Elephant Journal

Adventure Green Travel backpacking eco-lodge hostels hotels lodging mindful travel South America sustainable lodgingWith all of the options for lodging, being mindful and supporting hostels and hotels that are ecologically and socially responsible.

Trump Gaslights & Bewilders America.

Elephant Journal

According to a new Gallup poll, trust of mass media in the United States is lower than it has ever been since the organization started asking that question in 1972. Only 32%. Enlightened Society enemies gaslighting Lies media Press trump tweets

Climate Change And Birds: Europe vs. North America

10,000 Birds

I want to alert you to a recent study (from April) that looks at the plight of bird populations under conditions of climate change in Europe and North America. The total overall impact on bird populations, related to climate change, is the same in North America (on the right) and Europe (on the left). Again, Europe is on the left, North America is on the right. Why are Europe and North America different?

America: Green Jobs Champion

Sierra Club Compass

According to a new study by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of green jobs in America has grown four times faster than every other job sector combined, up nearly 5 percent in 2011 from the previous year.

Find The Data North America Bird Migration

10,000 Birds

Another migration tracker that seems to hold great potential for those able to master it is the Find The Data North America Bird Migration page.

Top 5 Post Picks for America Recycles Day

The Green Samaritan

Home About Terms of Use & Privacy Policy Disclosure Contact Product Reviews Monthly Eco-Resolutions Quick Reference Guide Subscribe Top 5 Post Picks for America Recycles Day November 15, 2010 As I mentioned last week, today is America Recycles Day.

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America the Beautiful. {Poem}

Elephant Journal

Adventure Arts & Culture Blog (always click 4 all blogs) Enlightened Society (Politics, Active Citizenship, Social Good) america freedom history immigration multicultural patriotismwe are buried underneath the blood of the slaves how do we forgive ourselves?

Waterfowl of North America, Europe & Asia: An Identification Guide

10,000 Birds

Waterfowl of North America, Europe, and Asia: An Identification Guide by Sébastien Reeber is an exhaustively comprehensive reference book that is sure to bring joy to the heart of every birder who slowly scopes through the hundreds of ducks in the local marsh or bay and eventually, after an hour or so, looks up, smiles, and says, “I have a Eurasian Teal.” Waterfowl of North America, Europe, and Asia: An Identification Guide is a serious book for serious birders.

Rare Birds of North America: A Book Review

10,000 Birds

Where did the Coney Island Gray-hooded Gull come from, Africa or South America? I kept wishing I had Rare Birds of North America , by Steve N. In this book, rare birds are species “for which, on average, only 5 or fewer individuals have been found annually in North America since around 1950.” Rare Birds of North America covers 265 species within these parameters. There is a plate for each species, depicting plumages likely to be seen in North America.

Today in America TV Turns Green

Green (Living) Review

Today in America TV turns green. Coral Springs, FL, March 18, 2012 : Today in America TV producers and staff are green. Respected sports celebrity Terry Bradshaw is the host of the Today in America TV show. Not with envy. Not for St. Patrick’s Day.

How You Can Help America’s New Agrarians

Green (Living) Review

America is experiencing a food revolution, and one of the most exciting aspects is the number of people who want to farm and raise healthy food. These forces remain at work in America’s food system and will help write the next chapters of our food future.

What choice for America?

Green (Living) Review

When the USA was founded all that was created was an elected monarch rather than a hereditary one and thus America just went from the frying pan into the fire without noticing it. by Michael Smith (Veshengro) With the presidential election looming and only two candidates of questionable merit, the incumbent who actually has no right to be president, and the other one who also has questionable ethics Americans stand before a dilemma.

Cavity Nesting Birds of North America and Their Babies!

10,000 Birds

Now the only falcon that regularly nests in natural cavities is the smallest and most common falcon in North America, the American Kestrel ( Falco sparverius ).

The Ten Creepiest Spiders of North America

Nature Conservancy - Science

Bradley, author of Common Spiders of North America , is one of many professional and novice arachnologists in the country studying the planet’s eight-legged critters and working to dispel popular myths. It was the first new family of spiders to be added to North America since 1890. “It’s