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reviewed The End of Night: Searching For Natur.... July 30, 2013
The End of Night: Searching For Natural Darkness In An Age of Artificial Light
"According to the World Atlas of the Artificial Night Sky Brightness, created in 2001 by Italians Pierantonio Cinzano and Fabio Falchi, two-thirds of the world's population--including 99% of …
posted a Quick Tip about Microcosmos. July 08, 2012
posted in Movie Hype
Microcosmos
Brilliantly vibrant aerial, landscape, underground, macro, slow-motion and time lapse photography reveal the activity of those flora and fauna of wee scale in rural France. Hirsute bees collect nectar; …
The BP Oil Spill of April 2010- Progress One Year Later
Since the BP incident, the oil industry  has pledged more than $1 billion to develop systems   to cap a leaking underwater well, and the government has imposed a series of rules to prevent   …
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 …
Do One Green Thing: Save the Earth Through Simple
I'm not a tree hugger or an organic apple fiend. I like my meat to come from a cow, my showers extra steamy, my strawberries as cheap as can be, and my water bottled and of "natural spring" …
Eaarth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet
Mankind has irreparably changed the Earth’s climate and weather conditions. This book gives the details, and tells how to survive on this new world. The Earth that mankind knew, and grew up on, …
The Ragged Mountain Portable Wilderness Anthology
Solo camping, by its very nature, attracts the type of person who is contemplative in nature and is comfortable with themselves and the solitude that solo camping engenders. Sadly that contemplative nature …
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.
Eaarth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet
Mankind has irreparably changed the Earth's climate and weather conditions. This book gives the details on tells how to survive on this new planet.    The Earth that mankind knew, …
reviewed If the Trees Could Talk. June 10, 2010
If the Trees Could Talk
Any solution to the climate change problem will almost have to involve the planting of millions of trees. Their ability to extract carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and turn it into cellulose is the …
posted a Quick Tip about envidoo. February 13, 2010
envidoo
If you want to DO a bit more than just TALK about climate change and global warming
reviewed Nuclear Power Is Not the Answer. February 09, 2010
Nuclear Power Is Not the Answer
Did you know that plans are in the works at the highest levels of the U.S. government for a so-called nuclear power "renaissance"?  Are you aware that plans have been drawn for at least …
reviewed The End of Oil: On the Edge of a Peri.... February 06, 2010
The End of Oil: On the Edge of a Perilous New World
Imagine living in a third world country where a great percentage of your day consists of gathering twigs and sticks or animal dung to use for in preparing the food and keeping your family warm during …
posted a Quick Tip about The Population Fix. February 04, 2010
The Population Fix
The Population Fix (Edward C. Hartman) will get the reader thinking about population in a new way.
reviewed The Population Fix. February 04, 2010
The Population Fix
   There are few problems in present-day America, from water shortages to traffic congestion to over-crowded schools, that are not exacerbated by America’s addiction to population growth. …
reviewed Snowstruck: In The Grip of Avalanches. February 01, 2010
Snowstruck In The Grip of Avalanches
Human beings are a pretty stubborn lot.  People insist on building expensive new abodes along the San Andreas fault.  Others ignore the dangers posed by hurricanes and build homes and hotels …
reviewed Home (movie). January 26, 2010
posted in Green Living
Home
      Going around the World in almost 2 hour and seeing what no one has ever seen before. Up in the air mostly and through Yann Arthus-Bertrand's eyes. It is riveting and …
posted a Quick Tip about Home (movie). January 26, 2010
Home
Amazing landscapes and photography by renowned Yann Arthus-Bertrand. Stunning visuals & informative film. Must See!
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.
posted a Quick Tip about Southcrop Forest. January 19, 2010
Southcrop Forest
Southcrop Forest (Lorne Rothman) is a well-done gem of an ecology story for young people, and adults, too.
reviewed Southcrop Forest. January 19, 2010
Southcrop Forest
   This novel is about the trees of Southcrop Forest, a forest in crisis. Reduced to little more than a forest fragment, they are hemmed in on all sides by human sprawl. There is a great feeling …
reviewed The Last Forest: The Amazon In The Ag.... December 03, 2009
The Last Forest
More than a quarter century ago authors Mark London and Brian Kelly spent a considerable amount of time in the jungles of Brazil doing research for their 1983 book "Amazon".  They wanted …
Ecoholic (when you're addicted to the planet)
I have made an effort the past few years to do my part, small though it may be, to be more environmentally aware and friendly in my daily life. I recycle most things, I do compost for my garden, I purchase …
reviewed Home (movie). July 20, 2009
posted in Movie Hype
Home
If you want a new and thought-provoking nature documentary, check out "Earth." The documentary is a biography of Earth and man's relationship with it. It covers wildlife, farmland, and urban slums to …
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 …
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