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posted a Quick Tip about Bottled Water. May 28, 2011
posted in Green Living
Bottled Water
Another one of those great corporate tricks used on naive suburbanites to make them believe they're living healthier. Really, in this country we have access to the very best, cleanest tap water on the …
posted a Quick Tip about Planet Earth. January 07, 2011
posted in Grist
Planet Earth
This is an amazing series to watch. There are some parts where the environments and the behaviors of some animals seem so alien that it's hard to believe it's real. If you can, do yourself a favor and …
posted a Quick Tip about The Fight For Conservation. July 25, 2010
Fight For Conservation
A good book to read - looking at the realities of conserving the world's resources.
posted a Quick Tip about Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fai.... June 23, 2010
Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed by Jared Diamond
Collapse, is a great look at what can happen when a society forgets to respect the earth that sustains them.
The Grail Bird Hot On The Trail of the Ivory Bill
Every once and a while I enjoy picking up a book about a topic that I know very little about. Normally I am predisposed to reading books about history or politics. Some years ago I read an interesting …
posted a Quick Tip about Planet Earth. March 15, 2010
posted in Green Living
Planet Earth
Food for thought & a feast for the eyes. Beautifully crafted & epic presentation! Simply too stunning for words!
reviewed Planet Earth. March 15, 2010
posted in Green Living
Planet Earth
Beautifully filmed. Not only is the entire series highly educational, it features some of the rarest species and locations which all of us may never venture in our lives. The Caves series is awesome and …
posted a Quick Tip about Planet Earth. March 11, 2010
posted in Green Living
Planet Earth
Gorgeous & informative. But it's a little rough to watch, repeatedly, the death part of the circle of life.
reviewed Flor de Caña Rum Distillery. March 11, 2010
Flor de Caña Rum Distillery
Flor de Caña Rums are personal favourites of mine.  They are produced by Compañia Licorera de Nicaragua in Chichigalpa, Nicaragua. They claim to own the world’s largest stock …
posted a Quick Tip about Bottled Water. January 24, 2010
Bottled Water
While convenient, water bottles have a horrendous impact on the environment and release harmful chemicals known to cause cancer.
reviewed Brush Cat: On Trees, The Wood Economy.... December 17, 2009
Brush Cat: On Trees, The Wood Economy, and the Most Dangerous Job In America
Being a lifelong city dweller I really never gave the subject of logging a whole lot of thought.  So long as I had access to an inexpensive and abundant supply of computer paper, lumber, printed …
reviewed Green, Inc.: An Environmental Insider.... November 25, 2009
Green Inc.
Big cars, fancy office, lots of talk and nothing to show for it."  This scathing indictment of the environmental group Conservation International was made by United Nations investigators during …
reviewed The Sixth Extinction: Journeys Among .... November 09, 2009
posted in Green Living
The Sixth Extinction
When Rachel Carson penned "Silent Spring" in the early 1960's she essentially gave birth to the environmentalist movement in the United States and around the world.  And for the most part …
reviewed National Wildlife Refuges. October 12, 2009
National Wildlife Refuges
Looking for an extra special place to experience the great outdoors?   Consider one of the 548 National Wildlife Refuges which can be found in all 50 states.  The overwhelming majority …
reviewed Bottled Water. June 12, 2009
posted in Green Living
Bottled Water
When I was growing up the idea that one day most of us would pay for bottled water at the supermarket seemed positively preposterous.  Yet, as I write this in 2009 it is estimated that …
reviewed Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fai.... June 02, 2009
Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed by Jared Diamond
The main theme of this lengthy and substantial book is that human beings invariably leave too great a footprint and that, given current human population levels, we've now just about infested the entire …
reviewed Nobody's Horses: The Dramatic Rescue .... December 02, 2008
Nobody's Horses
Any number of adjectives come to mind when I begin to contemplate the rescue of these magnificent creatures.  Heroic, compassionate, courageous and dedicated only begin to describe the efforts of …
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