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The Most Powerful Moon of the Year: New Moon & Solar Eclipse in Pisces.

Elephant Journal

The New Moon and eclipse arrive together to illuminate the need to let go of old trauma so that painful wounds can be so. Love Non New-Agey Spirituality Z ADMIN Love Featured Today Z ADMIN Spirituality Featured Today all that stuff astrology healing love new moon pisces solar eclipse

2017 36

Recovery: Bats with Your Tequila

Nature Conservancy - Science

With the alien fungal disease white-nose syndrome devastating North American bats it’s time for some good news about the order. So consider the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s January 5 th proposal to delist the endangered lesser long-nosed bat. “In

2017 32

How I Got Ill on a Vegan Diet and Why I Ended Up Listening to My Body

Eccorazzi

I’d been vegan for six and a half years when it happened. It was entirely unexpected, and it left me feeling completely drained and questioning my lifestyle choices. Sadly, I’m writing this essay to confess that I finally had to listen to my body.

2017 22

The U.S. job market continues to change

Environmental Economics

And there is not much anyone can do about it: Roughly 163,000 oil jobs were lost nationally from the 2014 peak, or about 30 percent of the total, while oil prices plummeted, at one point by as much as 70 percent. The job losses just in Texas, the most productive oil-producing state, totaled 98,000.

2017 16

Transcending Confinement through Yoga.

Elephant Journal

For a group that routinely suffers from guilt, anxiety, depression, PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) and low self-esteem, the results at York and other correctional institutions where yoga is practiced have been transformative. Enlightened Society Family Health & Wellness Non New-Agey Spirituality Yoga confinement hope self-development transformation

2017 28

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Four Steps to Bringing Balance Back into our Lives.

Elephant Journal

How do we know when we are out of balance? It is different for everyone. I notice that I am out of balance when I start to feel. Enlightened Society Health & Wellness Z ADMIN Wellness Featured Today balance challenge life advice self growth self care visualize

2017 24

Your Water on Drugs

Nature Conservancy - Science

The Clean Water Act focused on water pollution from human sewage outflow, which has now been markedly reduced across the nation. Later we realized that the effective control of water pollution also demands removal of nitrogen and phosphorus, derived from sewage degradation.

2017 12

Cardinals are Singing

10,000 Birds

Northern Cardinals are known for their plumage. Bold red or subtle pink and brown, on a background of snow or new leaves, their beauty is for the eye. Their song which is penetrating and distinctive and sort of resembles a less-obnoxious car alarm, is not as often remarked upon.

2017 11

CUTTING EDGE TOOLS FOR EVERY GARDENER

Green (Living) Review

Fiskars, one the UK’s leading gardening tool suppliers, is proud to unveil its exciting new PowerGear™ X range. The innovative cutting tools are a true evolution of engineering and ergonomics, making pruning and lopping easier than ever before.

2017 11

Seven Stages of Searching for an Extraordinary Life.

Elephant Journal

Slowly, my new life began to take shape from the ashes of the old one, and. Enlightened Society Love authenticity challenges Divorce overcoming obstacles personal growth quest

2017 21

Snow on the Hoof: How Deer, Elk and Other Western Wildlife Cope in Harsh Winters

Nature Conservancy - Science

The highway looks more like a track for the luge than a road for my truck. Snow is shoved to both sides and my tires are sliding over an ice-coated middle. I’m not going 140 miles an hour as athletes do in one of the oldest Olympic sports. I’m only going 40 mph.

The Great Birthday Road Trip

10,000 Birds

Last Sunday was my lovely wife’s birthday, so the decision on what to do for the day was entirely up to her. Her decision was to go for a ride, explore some of the remote desert roads that we had not traveled yet. She even mentioned that we might be able to find a new birding hot spot or two.

2017 11

Are we in the final stages of capitalism?

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) The final stages of capitalism, Karl Marx predicted, would be marked by global capital being unable to expand and generate profits at former levels. Capitalists would begin to consume the government along with the physical and social structures that sustained them.

2017 11

How to Stop Procrastinating & Play a New Soundtrack.

Elephant Journal

It was time to break the pattern and try just for me. This was something I really wanted. So, I sent in an email to ask if there w. Arts Enlightened Society Inspiring (Wow) Z ADMIN Enlightened Society Today Only. apprenticeship elephant academy procrastination taking the leap writing

2017 19

Fracking Studies Reveal Need for Standard Reporting Requirements on Spills

Nature Conservancy - Science

Two papers on unconventional oil and gas development highlight the need for states to develop standardized data collection and reporting requirements for spills to better identify and manage risks for nature and people.

Greater Sand Plover with abnormal colouration

10,000 Birds

Over the years that we have birded we have observed some variation in the plumage of birds including a Crimson Finch that wasn’t crimson, but orange. Among shorebirds we have observed a white Red Knot , which was completely white and really stood out on the beach.

2017 11

Garden Press Event 2017

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) Thursday, February 16, 2017 saw the 11th Garden Press Event at the Barbarian Two Exhibition Halls in the City of London. According to what I have heard the show attracted the registration of about 50% more journalists in the field compared to last year.

2017 11

5 Workplace-Hacks to boost Productivity & Happiness.

Elephant Journal

Now, the latest research shows most Americans spend approximately 9 to 10 hours a day sitting down. The lack of movement has been linked to an increased risk of. Health & Wellness Non New-Agey Spirituality energy levels essential oils eye strain gratitude green tea headaches stressed out Yoga

2017 18

£5 Note Nonsense & The Vegan Society

Eccorazzi

You’ll remember, I’m sure, the debacle involving £5 notes during the tail end of 2016. You can find my original articles on this here and here. It seems the story has progressed even further down the rabbit hole since, and it’s with great annoyance that I find myself having to talk about it… again. The petition that started it all was rejected by the Bank of England and subsequently, the new £10 notes arriving this September will also contain tallow.

Duck Quest in Costa Rica

10,000 Birds

Costa Rica is known for its quetzales, many hummingbirds, beautiful tanagers, and a host of other tropical birdies not found back at the home patch. That’s of course why most birders visit Costa Rica and rightly so.

To save bees, city plans 1,000 acres of prairie

Green (Living) Review

As vital pollinators decline across the U.S. Midwest, one city in Iowa is launching an ambitious plan to rebuild their prairie habitat. It's generally a bad time to be a bee in the United States.

We’re all in the Same Crappy Boat: This is what Helped me understand Trump Supporters.

Elephant Journal

I think of her whenever shrill and angry posts about Trump and his supporters show up on my Facebook feed. Enlightened Society Equal Rights Right Livelihood WAYLON: Today Only affirmative action Barack Obama conservatives donald trump equal rights immigration Multiculturalism Politically correct politics Racism

Graphic of the Day: How to torture a colorblind researcher

Environmental Economics

I pulled up preliminary data from a survey I currently have in the field.  Here is one of the summary charts: I'm colorblind.and confused

2017 2

Where Are You Birding This Final Weekend of February 2017?

10,000 Birds

Yesterday, a small gang of Common Grackles rolled up to my bird feeder. For the rest of the day, everywhere I looked, grackles flew from tree to tree, strutting arrogantly with baleful eyes and mechanical whistles.

The First Sustainable Urban Agrihood in the U.S. Could Serve As A Model for Urban Development

Green (Living) Review

Could fresh, healthy, affordable food be the future of urban neighborhood development? In Detroit, Michigan, “the first sustainable urban agrihood” in the U.S. centers around an edible garden, with easily accessible, affordable produce offered to neighborhood residents and the community.

Five Tips to Cope with Culture Shock—at Home.

Elephant Journal

Here are some "re-integration tactics" that we’ve all used but sometimes need gentle reminders of how powerful they can be. Adventure Enlightened Society Green Travel culture shock high context culture home coming journey low context culture mindful travel traveling

This large reusable grocery bag that will immediately identify me as a dork came in the mail today

Environmental Economics

2017 2

Best Bird of the Weekend (Third of February 2017)

10,000 Birds

The third weekend of February seems fairly uneventful, but birders and nature lovers know how to make these days count… by counting. Did you participate in the Great Backyard Bird Count ?

BEAN BROTH, MADE GOOD

Green (Living) Review

Bean broth, bean juice, bean liquid. Whatever appetising name you like to call it (there aren’t any), that murky liquid from a tin of butter beans or the cooking water from a tender chickpea, is liquid gold. Liquid gold! Especially, when saved for a rainy, bare-fridge kinda day.

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Seven Keys to Unlocking an Intentional Life.

Elephant Journal

Catapulted into widowhood at 29, I was lost and overwhelmed. Dealing with the loss of my husband, while struggling to understand who I was and what I wanted from life, I was underwater. In the midst of my grief and inner work I began to turn inward, listening. Arts Enlightened Society Health & Wellness Meditation creativity intentional life life hack mindfulness overcoming grief Widowhood

2017 14

R.I.P. Kenneth Arrow

Environmental Economics

Arrow's major influence on my research, other than all of the background welfare stuff that I am too ignorant to understand how to fully make the connection, was as chair of the NOAA Panel on Contingent Valuation. Paul Portney (1994) describes it like this (emphasis added): Environmentalists insisted that the NOAA rules embrace lost existence values as fully compensable damages and identify the contingent valuation method as the appropriate way to measure them.

Kendall Jenner’s calfskin shoes illustrate how society values animal products

Eccorazzi

Press releases often find their way into my inbox. Occasionally, they’ll centre around a new animal rights initiative or vegan product, but usually, they’re unsolicited dribble e-blasted to every unprotected news media email address available.

Why You Should Always Plant Flowers In Your Vegetable Patch

Green (Living) Review

Growing veggies and flowers in the same beds can boost your yield and keep your crops healthy—here are 5 tips to get you started. If you’re still growing flowers and vegetables on opposite sides of your yard, it’s time rethink your garden plan.

We can’t Break Up with a Soulmate.

Elephant Journal

There was never a question of if we would come together, but rather how could we not. Inspiring (Wow) Literary Journal Love Non New-Agey Spirituality a love that never ends break up broken heart connection divine love romantic love soulmate twin flame walking away