Mekong (Blogging) Odyssey: Jeff Opperman’s New York Times Series

Nature Conservancy - Science

Fishermen along the Mekong River capture their dinner by unfurling large nets. Image credit: Jeff Opperman/TNC.

Reducing Our Impact on The Planet: 9 Simple Ways to Tread a Little Lighter. ~ Susan McKellep

Elephant Journal

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Celebrating Womanhood: I am Woman I am Paradox

The Alien Next Door

The Alien Next Door Musings of Nina Munteanu, SF writer and Ecologist Wednesday, June 2, 2010 Celebrating Womanhood: I am Woman I am Paradox That which is yielding conquers the strong and the soft overcomes that which is hard --Lao Tse There is a new woman out there.

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Heroines for the Planet: Holistic Nutritionist to the Stars Kimberly Snyder

Eco Chic

And then again… Some of my favorite countries include India, Thailand, India (especially the North and Kashmir), Laos, Zimbabwe, Nepal, Mongolia, the Philippines, Peru, Australia and Tanzania.

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From Grey to Green by Kathryn Brennar (guest post)

The Alien Next Door

By creating and implementing a green infrastructure and building practices, urban and suburban communities can contribute to the overall “greening” of the planet. and the planet itself will be just fine, balance will be restored, it will be lush and beautiful again, just no humans.

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Conference On Tigers Held To Save Them From Extinction

Eco Friendly Daily

Tigers are one of the most majestic creatures on this planet and is also one of the best known worldwide. The countries in which these creatures still roam wild include: Russia, Thailand, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, China, Myanmar, India and Nepal.

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Green wine? Of course…

Green Traveler Guides

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Green safari, Kenya: luxury under canvas

Green Traveler Guides

The tented suites come with personal butlers, are antique-filled, have polished wooden floors and real bathrooms; from their decks you overlook the genuine Animal Planet, the game-filled sweep of the Masai Mara.

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Pan Pacific Seattle hotel: model of corporate social responsiblity.

Green Traveler Guides

Phillips, manager of CSR for the 160-room property , has established a program called PanEarth that includes a CSR vision based on four community pillars: Caring for Community, Caring for Our Planet, Caring for Challenges, and Caring Globally.

Why travel green: 3 good reasons

Green Traveler Guides

Reason #2: It’s best for the planet. You have a great travel experience … the planet breathes easier.

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Six Senses Hua Hin: Thai us up, throw away the key

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Orang You Glad Your Chair is from a Sustainable Source?

Conservancy Talk

Just like how rubber from rubber trees in Thailand are used for a million things, and cashews from Lao PDR are a key ingredient in local cuisines across Asia, from Sichuan to Vietnam.

Lake Atitlan, Guatemala: eco-wow Laguna Lodge

Green Traveler Guides

Lots of chill expats and Lonely Planet backpackers, easy place to get a great massage or smoothie, and you see the word “eco&# splashed here and there.

Green Lodging Key West | Organic Food Key West | Green Hotel Key.

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Best for the planet … and you. Home About What and who we are Staff Awards Press Tips Why travel green Green traveler’s to do’s Carbon Offsets Travel secrets of frequent fliers Buy Deals Photos Wine Green wine: what is it?

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Indonesia’s Forests Loom As Green Gold

Green (Living) Review

BANGKOK, Nov 16, 2010: All eyes are on Indonesia and its forest policy as climate- change negotiations continue in the upcoming global talks in Mexico, against the prospect of billions of dollars flowing from the planet’s major polluters to the developing world to slow global warming.

The Global Butterfly Effect

The Green Changemakers

Our global species is at a turning point, the actions and decisions we take collectively over the next few decades will determine the path humanity (and all life on our planet) takes far into the future― towards either greater harmony or chaos, stability or destruction.

Ready for a New Way of Thinking?

The Green Changemakers

He encouraged us to transcend our human identifications (of race, politics, gender, nationality, religion), focusing on our connection to the Cosmos and the planet. Suzuki Lao Tsu’s Tao Te Ching and the Dharma of the Buddha point in this direction.

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Island Nations can fight Climate Genocide with Carbon Debt & Carbon Credit Analysis

Green Blog

One hopes that the Climate Creditor countries will insist on full reparations for a polluted planet. At the 2011 Durban Climate Conference the US, with the help of its climate criminal lackeys Australia and Canada, again succeeded in preventing requisite international climate change action. It was reported that Island States had again pleaded with other representatives to avert “ climate genocide ” but their pleas fell on deaf ears at Durban, as at Cancun, as at Copenhagen.

Analysis by country of fossil fuel burning-based Carbon Debt and Carbon Credit

Green Blog

According to leading US climate scientist Dr James Hansen, exploitation of the Canadian tar sands will mean “game over” for the Planet. Fossil fuel burning yielding the greenhouse gas (GHG) carbon dioxide (CO2) is a major component of man-made global warming.

A New Way of Living

The Green Changemakers

Unsustainable consumption is quickly becoming the root cause of our planet’s most pressing problems, resulting in global deforestation, depletion of our oceans, loss of biodiversity, and increased pollution from a growing reliance on fossil fuels. The industrialized countries, with only one-fourth of the planet’s population, consume an overwhelming proportion of the planet’s natural resources.

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The Garden Of Simplicity

The Green Changemakers

More than two thousand years ago, in the same historical period that Christians were saying "Give me neither poverty nor wealth," (Proverbs 30:8), the Taoists were asserting "He who knows he has enough is rich" (Lao Tzu), Plato and Aristotle were proclaiming the importance of the "golden mean" of a path through life with neither excess nor deficit, and the Buddhists were encouraging a "middle way" between poverty and mindless accumulation.

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