Green (Living) Review

Local Money, Local Industry, Local Food, Local Everything by Michael Smith (Veshengro) In order to transition successfully to a post-oil age world we must localize everything as much as possible. The Native Americans, the Injuns, traded for things that they could not obtain in their area or make, but wanted, and there will thus be such incidents in such a localized economy of the post-oil society and era.

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Local foodies can't park

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Localism and the Internet

Green (Living) Review

By Ajax Greene: Many “buy local” campaigns are very welcoming of the local chain store on the corner, but are anti-internet. Let me be totally clear: Localism loves the internet — when the sellers are locally owned and independent. As a recent study Re>Think Local conducted here in the Hudson Valley shows, locally owned businesses circulate a dollar 3 times more than a non-local business, and this includes internet businesses.

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Traveling Slow Benefits You, Local Communities and the Environment 

Green Prophet

The best part: while traveling slow gives us a more meaningful experience, it also maximizes benefits for local communities and the environment. It involves getting to know a place on a deeper level by connecting to local people and immersing yourself in the local culture.

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The Economic Impact of Birding on National Wildlife Refuges: Creating Local Jobs

10,000 Birds

Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) attempts to calculate the economic contribution of National Wildlife Refuge visitation to local communities. The economic impact of refuge visitation is broad: Recreational visitors pay for recreation through entrance fees, lodging near the refuge, and purchases from local businesses for items to pursue their recreational experience. This spending supports economic activity throughout the local economy. billion for local communities.

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Buy Local

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) Why should you buy local? There are all too many local, especially family-owned and co-operative, stores these days going out of business due to the low prices of cheaply made items from the massive discount department stores. Do yourself and your neighborhood a favor by supporting local shops. So, therefore, please, pay the extra half-dollar or dollar and buy a quality product from a local shop. That is not buying local, in the real sense.

Making local woods work

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) Making local woods work for community enterprises by Michael Smith (Veshengro) Fifty communities across the UK will receive support to transform unmanaged woodland into opportunities for jobs, leisure, education and services and to improve the health and wellbeing of local people. The Big Lottery Fund is awarding £1,151,111 to the Plunkett Foundation for its Making Local Woods Work project.

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Localization: For People And The Earth

Green (Living) Review

The movement for localization is growing rapidly, worldwide. These international voices from the 2014 Economics of Happiness conference in Bangalore, India, succinctly tell us why globalization is so damaging, why localization is the most strategic antidote, and what we can do to help make the shift from global to local. green living localization

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Local Critter Quest: Spot a Pocket Gopher

Nature Conservancy - Science

Are you up for the challenge of finding this underground mammal? Latest Science Mammal Watching Outdoor Rec Wildlife

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Local Foods – Local Goods

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) We are being bombarded, day in – day out, by the talk about local food – growing and eating – and with reference to food footprint and food miles. That is to buy and consume locally grown food and food that is in season, we also must get back to the same attitude, in addition to that as regarding to produce, as regards to the products we consume. Locally produced goods probably might cost a little more in general price but.

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Green (Living) Review

A key question in this transition would be; what does all this interest in organic and organic activity mean for LOCAL economies? and systematically assesses the impact of organic agriculture on local economies titled U.S. Organic Hotspots and their Benefit to Local Economies, it’s been shown that median households income experience an increase by an average of $2,000 in locations defined as organic hotspots.

Local Specialties at Lake Junin

10,000 Birds

Luckily, there is a resident birding guide who can make finding the local specialties easy. A local birding guide born and raised at the very shores of Lake Junin. Cesar has the local knowledge to find every bird in the area. The Ancient Lake Junin has its own flightless grebe, rail, and frog. It is big and highly variable when it comes to accessing bird habitats. After Lake Titicaca, Lake Junin is the second largest and the highest large lake in Peru.

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Loving Local: Place, Economy and Community

Green (Living) Review

Making a commitment to this place and taking responsibility for its well-being was the first step I took toward helping to build a sustainable local economy in my region. After opening the White Dog Cafe on the first floor of my house in 1983, I soon began buying from local farmers. Fresh local food not only became a hallmark of my business, but also the way I learned about broader economic issues for my region and beyond. Community economy green living localism

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Overcoming Global and Local Food Insecurity.

Elephant Journal

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Green New Year’s Resolution #2 – Eat Organic and Local

Green Home Blog

So this year, for your second New Year’s resolution, go green by choosing organic, locally grown fruits, vegetables, and meats. To get started, look for local farmers’ markets that carry organic, locally grown foods – you’ll be reducing the energy it takes to transport food to your table and you’ll be putting money back into your community. Buy locally grown, organic produce and meats and be sure to pick up reusable shopping bags so you can avoid plastic grocery store bags.

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What Water Quality Says About the Local Environment

Eco Friendly Daily

Testing the water in local habitats and finding a pH outside of the target range can indicate a threat to the aquatic organisms (and possibly the entire food chain) in that environment. Contaminants in the local environment can be identified through water quality testing.

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The Multiple Benefits of Economic Localization

Green (Living) Review

green living localization Despite the negative impressions we get from the mainstream media, and the very serious consequences of global warming, I believe there is cause for real hope. There is a good possibility that inspiring human-scale solutions around the world can multiply and transform our political and economic landscape over the coming years. And it all starts with an increased awareness or consciousness.

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Turkish locals displaced coal, new report by 350.org

Green Prophet

The violations have been committed by both local companies and industry giants like Chevron-Texaco and Shell. The post Turkish locals displaced coal, new report by 350.org appeared first on Green Prophet | Impact News for the Middle East.

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Waterfowl at the Local Water Treatment Plant

10,000 Birds

As it turned out the month of October brings some of the common migratory waterfowl to our local water treatment plant ponds in Indian River County, Florida. Visiting the local water treatment plant after a cold front has become a habit for some of the county birders. In the meantime though, birding lunch breaks from work at the local ponds are as exciting as the low temperatures predicted by the weather forecast for the upcoming cold fronts.

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What’s That Weird Duck In The Local Pond?

Nature Conservancy - Science

Have you seen a weird duck you can’t identify? We’re here to help you sort it out. Birds & Birding Wildlife Birds Natural History Outdoor Rec Weird Nature

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10 Paths to Localism. ~ Vicki Pozzebon

Elephant Journal

“The earth is what we all have in common.” ~ Wendell Berry On a recent Monday morning over coffee with a local artisan/entrepreneur, the subject of the poet Wendell Berry came up. I credit Berry as the guru of the local economy movement, a man whose poems and essays are not only useful for direct [.].

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Happy Fourth – Support Your Local Rehabber!

10,000 Birds

No, these are not highly-trained nestling Blue Jays posing artfully on an American flag. They’re just really cute orphaned Blue Jays who were raised and eventually released by Kim Doner of WING-IT in Tulsa. And Kim – besides being a great rehabber – knows how to Photoshop. It’s summer, so rehabbers all over the country are being deluged with babies as well as the usual injured adults.

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Eating Local & Organic without Breaking the Bank.

Elephant Journal

Local. Food Sustainability (Business, Entrepreneurship, Livelihood) budget eating food frugal local meals money organic spending Organic. These two words are big in the food world.

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Local urban farm redefining farm to table

Green (Living) Review

KJCT) -- Local farms have to deal with Colorado's ever changing weather. One urban farm, Rooted Gypsy Farms, that is trying to make it easier to shop local, lost hundreds of plants. GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. Many farms, orchards and vineyards in the valley were caught off guard by the cold snap overnight earlier this week.

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Winter Warmer: Make Tea from Local, Wild Plants

Nature Conservancy - Science

You can find the ingredients for a tasty wild tea on your next hike or ski trip. From the Field Outdoor Rec Plants

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Hamptons Host Gift: Farm to Front Door Local Gift Baskets

Eco Chic

You’ll impress even a Hamptons local with a Farm to Front Door organic gift basket brimming with the bounty of Long Island’s East End. What I love about this woman-owned business is that the founder, Cathy Bedard, will only work with local East End businesses and farms, and has initmate relationships with all of the producers. The post Hamptons Host Gift: Farm to Front Door Local Gift Baskets appeared first on Eco-Chick.

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Looking for Local

Green Earth Journey

Searching for purchases you can make local and benefit your economy? Search no further than Local Harvest ! Local Harvest has listings for online, farmer's market, co-op's, and more. And if you can't find a local shop for it on their website and they will send it to you from the closet location! Unfortunately it is only for the United States. Labels: Helpful tips

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Buy local or don't buy at all?

Environmental Economics

Elisabeth Rosenthal at the NYTimes : But even as more Americans buy foods with the organic label, the products are increasingly removed from the traditional organic ideal: produce that is not only free of chemicals and pesticides but also grown locally on small farms in a way that protects the environment.

Marine Fisheries: Does Local Protection Mean Local Benefits?

Nature Conservancy - Science

Local fishers assist researchers at a spawning site for coral groupers. Will protecting such areas benefit local communities? Their results, published today in the journal Current Biology , clearly show that local management of this species provides local benefits. Local communities can thus enact and enforce management and protection efforts. Local fishers in Manus embraced both the research and results.

Is the Local Food Movement Really Sustainable?

Elephant Journal

When asked why they buy local food, the stereotypical tote-bag-carrying farmer’s market customer will tell you that their reasons have a lot to do with environmental sustainability and doing their part to save the planet.

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Land, Co-ops, Compost: A Local Food Economy Emerges in Boston's Poorest Neighborhoods

Green (Living) Review

From kitchens that buy and sell locally grown food, to a waste co-op that will return compost to the land, new enterprises are building an integrated food network. It''s about local people keeping the wealth of their land at home. When Glynn Lloyd couldn’t source enough locally grown produce, he decided to grow his own. He wanted his business to use locally produced food, but at that time it was hard to come by. green living local food localism

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Female Sparrows Like the Locals

10,000 Birds

A new study reports that female Rufous-collared Sparrows prefer males who sing the local dialect of their song. Captured females were four times more likely to respond with a mating display to a recording of a local song than of playback of a song recorded just fifteen miles away from their home territory.

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Why the renewable industry needs to invest in graphite, and turn to local sources

Green Prophet

A Canadian company is touting its “mine local” and “mine revival” mindset showing investors that when renewable energy resource mining, the industry should also walk the walk for reducing carbon emissions. . What makes an electric car run? It’s much much more than a charismatic CEO.

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Why you should support your local businesses?

Eco Friendly Daily

Do you remember the day when the first super fandango all-encompassing supermarket opened for the very first time in your local town? Whether it was Tesco opening their doors or Asda unlocking their shopping trollies on day one, this was a significant occasion — it spelt the demise of many local businesses. This was the same for local stores, and their owners who we had become so accustomed to throughout our lives. The post Why you should support your local businesses?

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Local Harvest in London Fields

Green (Living) Review

London Fields Farmers’ Market celebrates the Harvest Festival with hyper-local food with the help of Mayor-backed Capital Growth project. As well as live music and lots of delicious food, the market will have lots of other Harvest Festival activities, including a scarecrow-making workshop, with the resulting scarecrows donated to local Capital Growth sites. The Capital Growth stall will be offering only Hackney-grown produce, with local honey and pickles.

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Guide to Going Local

The Green Changemakers

The second guide in the New Dream Community Action Kit will help you go local. It''s full of ideas and advice on how to strengthen the local economy in your town: through buying local, highlighting new entrepreneurs, instilling local pride, investing locally, and more. Sustainable-development Economy Economics Local Community

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Localization: for people and the Earth

Green (Living) Review

The movement for localization is growing rapidly, worldwide. These international voices from the 2014 Economics of Happiness conference in Bangalore, India, succinctly tell us why globalization is so damaging, why localization is the most strategic antidote, and what we can do to help make the shift from global to local

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Making local woods work for Community Enterprises

Green (Living) Review

Fifty communities across the UK will receive support to transform unmanaged woodland into opportunities for jobs, leisure, education and services and to improve the health and wellbeing of local people. The Big Lottery Fund is awarding £1,151,111 to the Plunkett Foundation for its Making Local Woods Work project. Making Local Woods Work will provide training, volunteering and employment opportunities to 500 people tackling unemployment, social isolation and poverty.

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Golan wolves make local farmers howl with rage

Green Prophet

However, a sub-species of the northern grey wolf, originating in India is actually thriving on the Golan Heights, causing local farmers and cattle herders to literally be at war with these furry cousins of domestic dogs. Wolves are largely a protected species in Israel and are not creatures that one would expect to find in this part of the world.

Farm to Table in Hawaii: Eating Local, Connecting the World.

Elephant Journal

When we purchase food that was grown locally, we make choices that promote true sustainability—while directly supporting those who are supporting us. Blog (always click 4 all blogs) Food Green WAYLON: Editor's Picks farm to table local food organic farming small farms

Redesigning Communities: Local Economies & Happy People with Helena Norberg-Hodge.

Elephant Journal

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Planet of the Humans: there is also earth-friendly, local mining

Green Prophet

The post Planet of the Humans: there is also earth-friendly, local mining appeared first on Green Prophet. Planet of the Humans, Michael Moore, director. Michael Moore’s explosive documentary, Planet of the Humans, full documentary can be seen below, shows how the renewable energy business can never be sustainable. Part of the reason is really about raw materials and where we source them from, like graphite.

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Support Your Local Farms!

Green Life Smart Life

It’s easy to say “support your local farms.” In Rhode Island, it’s getting a lot easier to support your local farms because, believe it or not, there are so many more of them sprouting up! Tagged: agritourism, buy local, farm fresh, Farm Fresh RI, local farmers, local farms, organic food, produce, Rhode Island. After all, who wouldn’t agree with this in principle? However, spouting platitudes and actually doing what you say are two very different things.

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