Archive For The “Nature” Category

New Study Shows Americans Deep Appreciation for Nature, Barriers to Connection

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New Study Shows Americans Deep Appreciation for Nature, Barriers to Connection

New Study Shows Americans Deep Appreciation for Nature, Barriers to Connection Contact with nature is an important part of growing up and linking Americans to one another; competing priorities and other factors impede getting outdoors April 26, 2017 Contact(s): Gavin Shire, 703-358-2649, Dave Case or Daniel Escher, Ph.D., DJ Case & Associates, (574) 258-0100 The…

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The next meditation program

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The next meditation program

Take a dose of “Vitamin N” is Thursday March 9th, 3:30 to 5:30 pm Topic:  Reflection and Meditation inspired by Nature.   Call or sign up ! CLICK HERE

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Eco vs. Ego

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Eco vs. Ego

EPA Pick’s History of Hostility to the Environment Confirmation of Scott Pruitt, Donald Trump’s pick to head the EPA, could have disastrous consequences for our health, air, water, and climate. As attorney general of Oklahoma, Pruitt turned his office into a crony capitalist institution, suing the EPA on behalf of big polluter “clients” who turned…

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A Conversation With Whales

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A Conversation With Whales

By JAMES NESTOR APRIL 16, 2016 The New York Times Op-Docs and Annapurna Pictures are presenting a virtual-reality film, “The Click Effect,” about the free-diving researchers in this Opinion essay. To view it, download the NYT VR app on your mobile device, if you don’t already have it. (Gohere for Android, and here for iPhone.)…

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Planet Earth Arts performances

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Planet Earth Arts performances

PLANET EARTH ARTS     Spring Dance Theater Performance This month, Planet Earth Arts—an initiative of Sustainable World Coalition—is presenting the West Coast Premiere of a powerful new dance theater work celebrating whales, dolphins and porpoises, crying out against their captivity and slaughter. The Sacrifice of Giants has stunned and moved audiences throughout Europe. We are thrilled…

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Center for Biological Diversity

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Center for Biological Diversity

Each year, hundreds of millions of animals and plants are plucked from the wild and traded away for human use and consumption? After habitat destruction, trade remains the second-biggest threat to wildlife around the globe, and is causing many of our most iconic species to plummet toward extinction. Two of these animals — elephants and…

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7 Reasons for the New Nature Movement

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7 Reasons for the New Nature Movement

Read full Article : http://www.huffingtonpost.com/richard-louv/seven-reasons-for-the-new_b_9211664.html

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