New wood culture

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) A new term is making the rounds, so to speak, and it is called “wood culture”, “new wood culture”, or “wood culture renaissance”, and we can but hope that it is catching on. This is the heart of The New Wood Culture or Renaissance.

Photographing Yosemite Climbing Culture

Wend Magazine

From Yvon Chouinard setting routes and inventing dependable climbing gear, to advanced climbers scaling big walls and base-jumping, the culture of climbing is constantly evolving. His photos are an endeavor to represent the courage, determination, and heart of the climbing culture.

THE WISDOM OF INDIGENOUS CULTURES

Green (Living) Review

Indigenous cultures have a lot to teach us about sharing, sustainability, and a spiritual relationship to Mother Earth, explain Freddy Treuquil and Victor Lem Masc. The one who understands his culture can understand his past. We don’t come here to impose our cultural values.

Culture Wars.

Elephant Journal

Culture wars. Half of twitter and instagram/facebook is just soapboxing at one another, trying to be the witty jerk at the cafeteria table in Junior High ’cause we failed the 1st time round. If only there was a social media dedicated to working things out, we could save the world. Well that’s what we’re working on. You […]. Main Categories* Arts Elephant Academy Enlightened Society Right Livelihood Waylon Lewis ecosystem

Imlay City, Michigan: Mulefoot Gastropub redefines the food culture

Green Traveler Guides

A friendly guy, we soon […] Imlay City, Michigan: Mulefoot Gastropub redefines the food culture is a post from: Green Traveler Guides.

The Unsustainability of Festival Culture

Elephant Journal

It’s time for the unsustainability of festival culture to transform into our collective vision for a future ecologically and socially integrated with our love for life and connection.

Secrets of Green Cultures Part 1: The Nabataeans, Water Warriors

Green Home Blog

Imagine a culture that could teach today’s society a thing or two about respecting and harvesting the free, natural resource of water. Take it from the Nabataean culture as they practiced foresight and forethought outdoing their struggling neighbors.

Do birds avoid predators because of culture?

10,000 Birds

Tradeoffs in behavior, and plasticity. We assume natural selection has shaped birds to avoid predators. Noticing predators, reacting to them perhaps with an alarm call, and escaping them, as well as other behaviors, keep the bird alive and thus allow it to reproduce. We would expect, then, that natural selection favors birds that are good at these things. But we often assume too much when it comes to natural selection.

Rape, Cultural Appropriation & Bad Music.

Elephant Journal

Culture is what happens when we come together. It''s a verb, not a noun. At least it acts that way. It is something we experience collectively, not something we own and protect.

Are Millennials only into hookup culture?

Elephant Journal

The Hook-up Culture Most of the people […]. People love to comment on how bad millennials are at dating. They are often criticized for their approach to relationships. The reason? Millennials’ fixation with dating apps. Most of the people think that relying on these apps has made them afraid of long-term relationships and addicted to hook-ups.

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Yoga Culture—the Dangers.

Elephant Journal

Feminism is about inclusivity. It is about building a supportive community and honoring each individual for their divine gifts—it is not about shaming and blaming the bravery of one who has spoken out and spoken up. We must not invalidate someone else’s trauma just to avoid inconvenient circumstances. Even when we allow ourselves to look away, there is still a sound, there is still suffering, deep-seated trauma, repercussions.

How my Silence perpetuated Rape Culture.

Elephant Journal

Enlightened Society Equal Rights Inspiring (Wow) be the change Brock Turner consent donald trump equal rights gender norms locker room talk rape culture sexual assaultBut for women like me, a safe place would be really nice right now. Because this has been.

Ecotourism in New Mexico-Where Culture and Nature Converge

Wend Magazine

New Mexico is a place of converging cultures, a state where ranch lands border Native American reservations; where filmmakers, skiers, and artists flock; where Hispanics and descendants of Spanish conquistadors live together, along with 19 sovereign Native American nations.

The Egyptian Academy in Rome Emphasizes the Value of Cultural Diplomacy

Green Prophet

However, it is even more exciting to visit the prestigious Egyptian Academy, a cultural facility established near Rome’s Villa Borghese, next to a group of international fine arts academies representing various countries in the world. Gihane Zaki: Right now we are living in a real culture war.

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Building Positive School Culture

The Green Changemakers

Here are eight guidelines for improving your school culture based on the Boys Town Education Model , which has helped hundreds of troubled schools turn their school culture around. Get on the Same Page Every classroom environment contributes to your school culture.

UNESCO to Protect Olives and Turkish Coffee as Cultural Heritage

Green Prophet

To eat cous cous, chickpea soup or other spicy Moroccan dishes means to consume not just the plate of food at hand, but also a long history of rich cultural tradition, ritual, and knowledge – from animal husbandry to water management and terraced agriculture.

Secrets of Green Cultures Part IV: Food Preservation

Green Home Blog

However, many modern cultures continue to treat food with great irresponsibility– unnecessary waste, genetically modified organisms, manipulated animal handling and much more. Many of the secrets of ancient food preservation depended upon the geographical location of each culture.

6 Tips to Heal Naturally in our Pill-Crazed Culture.

Elephant Journal

There are no shortcuts in a healing protocol. Health does not come in a box that says, "take one daily and feel better soon." Healing is not something that just happens on weekends when it’s convenient.

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Secrets of Green Cultures Part III: Recycling Forefathers

Green Home Blog

These are only a few examples of the many forms of secret recycling that past cultures have practiced. Next up: Secrets of Green Cultures Part IV: Food Preservation. Okay they may not be your direct forefathers but they sure knew the meaning of recycling.

This Week in Pop Culture: Bird Edition

10,000 Birds

Maybe migration has seeped into the cultural zeitgeist and turned everyone a little bird-crazy. It seems like lately, every time I glance at a screen or opened a newspaper (okay, let’s be realistic, the newspapers were on screens too), there’s some kind of interesting bird-related content.

How to Not be Seduced by our Culture of Busy.

Elephant Journal

There is a particular badge of pride that is worn in our culture when we are overburdened, overworked, and way too busy. Being well-rested is frowned upon in our society. A rested human being is not to be taken seriously. Elephant Academy Enlightened Society Health & Wellness busy chronically tired Mindful living overburdened overworked prioritize rest rest stressed tired well-rested well-rested person

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Running-Rape Culture. ~ Melissa Prax

Elephant Journal

Blog (always click 4 all blogs) Enlightened Society (Politics, Active Citizenship, Social Good) Equal Rights Health & Wellness athletics feminism rape culture running running-rape culture training I enjoy the motivational high fives I sometimes receive from dog walkers, or a fellow runner smiling at me. There are opposite expressions of different motivations when it comes to appreciating me instead of gawking.

Call for Papers: Economic and Social Impacts of Stocking Cultured Fish

Environmental Economics

American Fisheries Society 145th Annual Meeting August 16 - 20, 2015 | Portland, OR Call for Papers (Deadline March 13) Economic and Social Impacts of Stocking Cultured Fish.   The symposium is intended to lead to a better understanding of how stocking cultured fish affects the benefits to the public from fishing. Sponsored By: Fish Culture and Socioeconomics Sections

Secrets of Green Cultures Part V: Ancient Healing

Green Home Blog

To understand ancient healing and its green applications, one must think outside the box. These remedies often work through a human-nature or human-energy connection with the capability to heal the root cause as opposed to band-aiding symptoms.

Saudi’s Fledgling Cycling Culture (Video)

Green Prophet

Albeit huge advocates of urban cycling , we have been sensitive to the fact that – mostly because of culture – the practice hasn’t taken off in the Middle East.

Yoga, Culture & Hummus. ~ Rachelle Tratt

Elephant Journal

It has become one of my purposes in life to share the beauty of the land, the cultural richness and to change the view of Israel that media so falsely portrays.

Grizzly Bear Research & Cultural Identity in the Great Bear Rainforest

Nature Conservancy - Science

With the goal of integrating scientific research with culturally-rooted stewardship practices , Coastwatch sought better outcomes through collaboration. Grizzly bear. Photo: © Chris Darimont. By William Housty, Coastwatch Director, Qqs Projects Society.

10 Ideas for Raising Culturally Aware Children.

Elephant Journal

The value of cultural sensitivity is particularly important to observe during these times of Presidential candidate followers and racist me. Arts & Culture Family, Youth, Enlightened Education culturally diverse families For Children international people are people Racism teaching children traveling

How to Build a Mother Culture.

Elephant Journal

I thought about being 20 and going through a bad breakup, the day that a girlfriend, seeing my destructive behavior gave me my first tool when she’d said to me: Family Inspiring (Wow) Love Non New-Agey Spirituality friendship independent women losing a parent mom mother culture motherhood parenting raising children self-care spiritual medium trust yourself

Why “Baby it’s Cold Outside” is about Feminism, Not Rape Culture.

Elephant Journal

Academy Apprentice/Audit Blogs Arts Elephant Academy Enlightened Society Equal Rights Love #metoo 1940s courtship awareness cultural norms dating feminism love mindfulness moral outrage music relationships sex womenLet me repeat: She. Wants. Stay. A man is not making her, a woman is deciding to on her own despite all the reasons society thinks she shouldn’t—and it’s romantic.

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Afghans for Afghans: Crafting a Cultural Connection

Green Prophet

A classic and common piece of Americana holds links to a misunderstood culture. I found a bag of small yarn balls. I’d left it long ago at a friend’s house in New Jersey: my Amman-bound suitcase was fatter than the airline allowed.

Korto Momolu Brings Cannabis Culture to NYFW with Women Grow

Eco Chic

Chanda Macias, CEO of Women Grow says: “Through Korto’s innovative and elegant collection, our goal is to break through the stigma of cannabis culture and bring to light the health benefits of the plant, and the value of women leaders in the industry.”.

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Birds, culture, and Scenic Beauty along the Northern Peru Birding Route

10,000 Birds

Hugh made things easier on me, as now I will only talk about other nature and cultural sites along the route covered in the Northern Peru World Birding Rally Challenge. Needless to say this birding style does not allow time to stop at other nature and cultural sites along the way. For those who also enjoy stopping at cultural and scenic sites, the northern Peru route is the one to bird. Birding culture northern Peru

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France Takes Bullfighting Off Cultural Heritage List

Eccorazzi

Thanks to pressure from animals rights activists, France has removed bullfighting from its cultural heritage list. Usually it is Spain that comes to mind when the subject of bullfighting is Read More The post France Takes Bullfighting Off Cultural Heritage List appeared first on Ecorazzi. Animals Causes News Sports Top News

A Culture of Confessions. ~ Heather Grimes

Elephant Journal

Recent evidence proves it: as a culture, we love to confess. Arts & Culture Blog (always click 4 all blogs) Family, Youth, Enlightened Education WAYLON: Today Only blogs christmas vacation confessions honesty zack galifinakis

Feeding Wild Birds in America: Culture, Commerce & Conservation: A Book Review by a Curious Bird Feeder

10,000 Birds

So, I was happy to see the publication of a book on all aspects of wild bird feeding—history, culture, and economics. Feeding Wild Birds in America: Culture, Commerce & Conservation by Paul J. million people who feed wild birds, Feeding Wild Birds in America: Culture, Commerce & Conservation is likely to enhance your enjoyment and expand your knowledge base.

Can Forest Carbon Markets Provide for a 40,000-Year-Old Culture?

Nature Conservancy - Science

Can a forest carbon offset project protect the resources and culture of indigenous hunter-gatherers in northern Tanzania? The Hadza are a consensus-based culture; in their own groups, they do not have leaders or hierarchy. Will the Hadza survive as a culture?”

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To Become 21st Century City, Los Angeles Plan Aims To Curb Car Culture

Green (Living) Review

car culture Los Angeles"The car capital of America is officially changing its tune."

7 Practices to Start Borrowing from Latin American Culture.

Elephant Journal

Health & Wellness Inspiring (Wow) advice colombia culture family fresh fruit guatemala hugs Latin American latinxs mexico mindfulness slow down tipsI love Mexicans. My mom’s side of the family is Tex-Mex. They are a fun-loving, big-hearted, fierce and fabulous bunch of people.

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11 Ways we can all Benefit from “Trying On” Japanese Culture.

Elephant Journal

Academy Apprentice/Audit Blogs Adventure Editor's Picks Elephant Academy Enlightened Society Bow community gratitude Japanese culture mindful tips present moment respect slowing down veganAfter nearly a year of living in Japan, it's strange to read major headlines from back home in the United States. It seems like every other month we are hit with news of a mass shooting or a hate crime in.

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Silence of the Rattlesnake Researchers: Snakes, Culture and Conservation

Nature Conservancy - Science

The cultural hatred of snakes can run deep. Wildlife biologist Doug Blodgett is mum about the locations of rattlesnakes: to protect the snakes from people. Photo: Matt Miller/TNC. By Matt Miller, senior science writer.

Compassionate & Smart Cross-Cultural Business Practices

Elephant Journal

It feels as though conducting business on a global scale is more common than not these days. Companies are outsourcing their manufacturing needs outside of the United States due to the savings in costs. Meanwhile, international sales are more convenient than ever before as a result of the internet. There are fewer communication issues thanks […].

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We are Grossly Underestimating the Power of Cultural Exchange.

Elephant Journal

Apprentice Thesis Elephant Academy Enlightened Society Right Livelihood art China Colin Powell cultural diplomacy diplomacy hard power hawaii Kauai mindful communication missile strike false alarm north korea ping-pong soft powerWith tensions rising between the United States and North Korea, the missile threat was all too real, all too possible. What alternate reality am I living in, I thought?

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