Nice Crow Article
AUGUST 4, 2012
Molly Laich has an article ruminating on crows that is worth a read in the Missoula Independent. Hat-tip to Carrie. Asides
AUGUST 4, 2012
Molly Laich has an article ruminating on crows that is worth a read in the Missoula Independent. Hat-tip to Carrie. Asides
JANUARY 30, 2016
The introduction is the hardest part to write. Pat Thomson: The introduction can actually be thought of as a kind of mini-thesis statement, with the what, why and how of the argument spelled out in advance of the extended version. The introduction generally lays out a kind of road-map for the paper to come. It also lets the reader know broadly about the kinds of information and evidence that you will use to make your case in the paper. Writing an introduction is difficult.
NOVEMBER 27, 2016
To that end, they have launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund ten, full-length, multi-media articles from across the globe (in a style similar to this ). One of their upcoming articles will focus on the effects of the bird pet trade in Indonesia, but if readers from 10000 Birds give at least $1,000 in the crowdfunding campaign, they will add an additional bird conservation story to their roster! . Hi all!
DECEMBER 1, 2014
2013 OUTSTANDING ARTICLE AWARD WINNERS. Marine Resource Economics. Volume 28. Douglas M. Larson and Daniel K. Lew, How Do Harvest Rates Affect Angler Trip Patterns? MRE Vol. 28(2):155-173. Honorable Mention: Daniel S. Holland, Making Cents Out of Barter Data from the British Columbia Groundfish ITQ Market, MRE 28(4):311-330
JULY 27, 2020
It is difficult to get a comment published, especially after it was rejected at the journal where the original article was published. I first wrote about this in September 2016. I then submitted the comment to Land Economics.
MAY 21, 2013
From the inbox: ????????????????????. ??? - ?????????? (?????, 2013. ??: ??????????????????????????????????????? ???????, ??????????——???????????, ??????, ??Logistic Logistic ????, ?????????, ???????????????????. I have a citation alert set up so that I know when folks start ripping on my research (or lack thereof). This one is particularly infuriating
AUGUST 10, 2015
I suppose the University of Chicago Press sent the email announcement about the September issue a few days too soon
FEBRUARY 16, 2018
I have been reading my old articles recently, which is not something I generally do, and it’s been really insightful to look at my own process and remember the things I've found useful in my life. I’ve been trying to boil down the key points that I have made over the course of nearly 150 articles the lessons that I have learned through all of this and I’d like to share some of the things I've discovered.
FEBRUARY 28, 2019
A Pema Chodron teaching for when our Lives Dont’ make any Sense. I’ve been an editor for Elephant Journal for more than three years, and I’m still shocked (and super grateful) that I get paid—in part—to scour the internet for mindful teachings and inspiration and then share it with others. And the best teachings to […].
MAY 14, 2015
Arts & Culture Conscious Consumerism (Sustainable Business) Enlightened Society (Politics, Active Citizenship, Social Good) Sustainability (Business, Entrepreneurship, Livelihood) WAYLON: Today Only control of the news facebook instant articles journalism journalism and ethics news news distribution social mediaCall me old fashioned, but when I see Facebook moving to consolidate its already significant control over news delivery, I get worried.
MARCH 16, 2015
And here 't'is: Greenstone, Michael, and B. Kelsey Jack. 2015. "Envirodevonomics: "Envirodevonomics: A Research Agenda for an Emerging Field." " Journal of Economic Literature, 53(1): 5-42. DOI: 10.1257/jel.53.1.5. Abstract. Environmental quality in many developing countries is poor and generates substantial health and productivity costs.
JUNE 16, 2011
From the inbox: With the transition from print to online publishing, the layout and presentation of scientific articles has remained relatively unchanged; still following a 350 year old format. Article of the Future is an ongoing initiative to develop the scientific article with regard to three key areas: content, context and presentation. Redesign of article presentation to optimally present authors' research in a format that is very intuitive to researchers.
JANUARY 28, 2019
I would prefer truly not to spend over 20 minutes daily on composing articles. What’s more, I spent close to 20 minutes to compose this article. I understand this is composing disrespect. Web showcasing is fueled by substance, and quality written substance is the final deciding factor. Be that as it may, when I have […].
JUNE 13, 2020
My article, “Trees in Early Irish Law and Lore: Respect for Other-Than-Human Life in Europe’s History,” has just been published in the peer-reviewed journal, Ecopsychology. Articles Celtic Spirituaity Spiritual Ecopsychology Brehon Law druid earth-based spirituality ecopsychology Ireland nature - legal rights spirituality TEK trees
SEPTEMBER 16, 2015
Articles we’re sick of here at Elephant Journal: Articles about astrology. Articles about “narcissism.” ” Articles about how sensitive we are (we know) and how introverted we are and how, subtly, that makes us better than you. Articles about how our ex was sociopathic, probably. Articles mentioning “toxic” or “wild women.” Suddenly, everyone’s an Empath.
JANUARY 7, 2014
Apparently, the Colorado River is drying up: There may be ways to live with a permanently drier Colorado, but none of them are easy. Finding more water is possible — San Diego is already building a desalination plant on the Pacific shore — but there are too few sources to make a serious dent in a shortage. That leaves conservation, a tack the lower-basin states already are pursuing. Arizona farmers reduce runoff, for example, by using laser technology to ensure that their fields are table flat.
APRIL 6, 2019
Life has a funny of blindsiding you sometimes, just like a left hook to the jaw that you never saw coming. I’m a 33-year-old male, never married, no kids, back living at home with my folks. Despite this seemingly miserable situation, I would still consider myself fortunate. I have a roof over my head, and […].
Nature Conservancy - Science
FEBRUARY 1, 2016
Nature Conservancy scientists publish almost 200 scientific articles each year. But how can you find these articles? We have pulled together a searchable list of over 2,000 journal articles and book chapters authored by TNC scientists during their tenure at our organization: https://www.conservationgateway.org/ConservationPlanning/ToolsData/sitepages/article-list.aspx. and in many cases we provide a link directly to a pdf of the article.
OCTOBER 9, 2018
The post 01 When Tegretolxr xr Isnt Enough Article appeared first on Conservation Hawai‘i. When the Zymain tab arrives in the stomach, an encouraging initial amount of vitamin c is immediately released simultaneously into the bloodstream while belaboring the rest some is surrounded by a poor plastic that is slowly dissolved by your stomach acid.
JUNE 24, 2014
So when TIME magazine published an article this week entitled “The Problem With Pit Bulls,” which Read More The post Kaley Cuoco ‘Can’t Stomach’ TIME Magazine’s Pit Bull Article appeared first on Ecorazzi. Kaley Cuoco is the proud owner of three pit bulls, Shirley, Loretta and Norman.
APRIL 18, 2011
From the inbox: In the course of this quarter authors of JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT will have the option to pay a fee to make their article freely available to non-subscribers. In other words, authors are given the choice of making their own article Open Access, the charge for article sponsorship is $3,000. Authors can only select this option after their article has been accepted for publication.
DECEMBER 8, 2013
I mean things fell apart, and then things began to fall in place. It was a natural organic turn of events. Once I was able to breath, to truly breath, I stopped caring about everything else. Health & Wellness Non-New-Agey Spirituality (Religion, Philosophy) awakening breath experience find letting go path search self study truth
SEPTEMBER 29, 2020
Articles Spiritual Ecopsychology Audubon Expedition Institute Benjamin Whorf clock commodification cycles deep time ecopsychology eternal time hurry sickness intervention multitasking Richard Levine rush sacred shamanism stress time transpersonal psychology violence
MARCH 21, 2018
Authors: John C. Whitehead, Tim Haab, Sherry L. Larkin, John B. Loomis, Sergio Alvarez, Andrew Ropick. Abstract: The lost recreational use values from the BP/Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico were estimated from cancelled recreational trips to Northwest Florida. The impacts were calculated using the travel cost method for a single site with primary data collected from an online survey conducted after the spill.
DECEMBER 24, 2014
“If one cannot enjoy reading a book over and over again, there is no use in reading it at all.” ~ Oscar Wilde That’s how we feel about the following 108 blogs from this year. We read and re-read and re-re-read with joy. A deep bow to you: and all our readers, writers, staff, inspirerers and […].
AUGUST 31, 2017
Worn daily, this is the most powerful, most versatile piece of clothing we can pull from our human closet. Family Inspiring (Wow) Non New-Agey Spirituality anger contentment gratitude healing human condition joy meditation Yoga
NOVEMBER 23, 2013
Hasty Conclusion In our previous article, we learned that there are three basic kinds of fallacies that can occur in an argument: Irrelevancy (non-sequitur) – this is a test for relevancy Hasty conclusion – this is a test for sufficiency Problematic Premise – this is a test for acceptability We looked in detail at the […].
AUGUST 6, 2013
Here’s the best article: Life emerges out […]. Henry David Thoreau writes in Walden: Why should we live with such hurry and waste of life? We are determined to be starved before we are hungry. Men say that a stitch in time saves nine, and so they take a thousand stitches to-day to save nine tomorrow.
NOVEMBER 24, 2013
Frequently articles, and even books, become controversial topics of the day.They are passed around in a sudden flurry of emails, sent from one yoga teacher or student to another, or appearing in Facebook posts and on other social media sites.The controversy acquires proponents who claim to have always believed what the author of the article is stating, while other readers have a visceral antipathy to the conclusions reached.
JANUARY 18, 2015
To you, who stopped calling me beautiful. To you, who stopped being my everything. Literary Journal Love & Relationships (see below for Sexy) Spanish breakup healing love pain spanish
Green Earth Journey
AUGUST 10, 2012
NOVEMBER 22, 2013
Frequently articles, and even books, become controversial topics of the day. They are passed around in a sudden flurry of emails, sent from one yoga teacher or student to another, or appearing in Facebook posts and on other social media sites. The controversy acquires proponents who claim to have always believed what the author of […]. Blog (always click 4 all blogs) Yoga Z ADMIN Work Featured Today anatomy Bernie Clark Michaelle Edwards Science
Eco Friendly Daily
SEPTEMBER 11, 2013
We’re happy to announce that we have no reached the 2000 article mark at AboutMyPlanet. It has taken two and a half years and we’re proud that we’ve been able to deliver high quality green news to all of you. Make sure you check out our green tips section , we’re coming up with new and creative ways to go green on weekly basis so make sure you check back often.
SEPTEMBER 1, 2018
I’d like to explain why some of the articles on Elephant are…b t. I’ve called ’em out, before, since they run counter to our mission: to be of benefit. Magical thinking is not of benefit. It might be fine for Goop, but we’re better than that. And yet, our mission includes all community—the notion of dialogue. […].
MARCH 18, 2019
You’ll Never Have to Diet Again By Jennifer Alembik, Food Addiction Coach, CPC Ahhhhhhh! I can hear the angels singing. We never have to diet again?! Could you imagine?! I’m here to scream a resounding yes. It is possible to stabilize your weight and not have to pay attention to the next hot diet of […].
JANUARY 3, 2014
” Number one most-read article on the New York Times? ” It’s an Opinion Article, not journalism. Oscar Wilde: “Everything in moderation, including moderation.” “Kale? Juicing? Trouble Ahead.” Nevertheless, it makes some wowza points. Read it in its entirety, here. Imagine my shock, then, at my last physical, when my doctor told me I had hypothyroidism, common in […]. Food Green Health & Wellness
MARCH 13, 2013
The editors of Marine Resource Economics are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2011 Hong Award for Outstanding Article in MRE. Only articles that have been published in Marine Resource Economics are eligible for consideration. Established by Dr. Seoung-Yong Hong, President, Inha University, Incheon, Korea, this award is given annually to recognize outstanding works published in MRE.
JUNE 30, 2017
The definition of crazy: you know something is real, but you act like it’s not. That’s humanity. We like to think short-term. But we also have the capacity to think long-term—if not about our next seven generations, then at least for our children and grandchildren. This morning, at a hipster café (hipster as in yuppie/instagram-friendly, […].
The Green Changemakers
MAY 1, 2010
The articles listed here cover a few of these issues as well as exploring how the global dimension fits into the curriculum and contributes to raising standards. [link] There are a whole range of global issues that teachers can cover in the classroom. Use the links below to read more about.
MARCH 3, 2017
It’s with this in mind that I bring your attention to this article posted in The Guardian. The Guardian article talks at length about the routine practices involved in both intensive and “free-range” egg facilities. When vegans share articles like this, they promote and normalise the underlying message that the institution of animal use, in and of itself, is legitimate.
Green Living Tips
MARCH 29, 2014
articles & guides homeExtreme hoarders aren't just troubled people - they are teachers; albeit likely unknowingly.
MAY 25, 2016
Time released an article today called “You Asked: Is a Vegan Diet Better?” The article launches in to a discussion of obesity that defends meat eating because our ancestors weren’t as obese, and finally it wraps up by recommending you put meat and fish next to your veg. Funny how the less violent choice is being called “overkill.”. In it, author Markham Heid explores the health benefits and alleged pitfalls of removing animal products from one’s diet. Allow the propaganda to ensue!
JANUARY 20, 2012
Here's the top 10 articles on Green Blog from 2011. Our second most-read article had a more educational approach and instead tried to explained the term "e-waste" – something the author seems to have succeeded with quite well considering it's position here. The third most-read article on Green Blog highlighted a new Greenpeace campaign against Europe’s biggest car company Volkswagen (VW).