conservation

Unless we change our water consumption and systems of disposal and use, we are drinking from a 'sanitary sewer' which inevitably contributes to DNA changes and sicknesses in people, animals, plants . . . the entire environment. 'Upstream to... Read More
Randy Hayes developed the Rainforest Action Committee and he is committed to protecting indigenous people and their rain forests. Hayes wants to see what he calls a "societal U-turn" or a major change in what society values in regards to climate... Read More
The George Washington University
The best way to save money and help planet Earth? Drink tap water. Most people don’t know that when you buy a bottle of water, the water accounts for only about $0.04 of the total cost. The rest of the cost of bottled water goes towards the... Read More
Bonneville Power Administration (Department of Energy)
Many irrigation systems in the United States are outdated, so they use up more water than they need. These farmers in Oregon took advantage of financial incentives to retrofit their decades-old irrigation system, making their farm more efficient... Read More
Serene. Soothing. Magnificent. These are all words appropriate to describe the Cascadia Marine Trail, a 150 mile entirely water-based recreation trail along the coast in the Pacific northwest. Beginning in Olympia, Washington and winding through the... Read More
Pew Environment Group
The International Boreal Conservation Campaign, an initiative of The Pew Charitable Trusts, supports conservation of old-growth forests and wilderness. The campaign works closely with Canadian and international environmental organizations,... Read More
We create waste that can be reused to create the energy, products and foodstuffs we consume. We can divert our entire waste stream to create jobs, energy(heat and/or electricity) and food for ourselves at the municipal level or microscale these... Read More
The Promise of Energy for Everyone The quantity C is actually the kinetic energy equivalent of the mass energy of matter - Defining the magnitude of the Radius of Curvature of Natural Law A Power Point Introductory Presentationhttp://www.relaxspa.... Read More
Every fall Bob Granstrom of Buffalo Mountain Outfitters leads elk hunters into Wyoming’s Big Horn Mountains. Lately he’s been packing people into Rock Creek, not for hunting, but to show them why he thinks this 34,000-arcre area should be designated... Read More
In this video, Oxford Pathways Commission Secretary Kate Kellum discusses turning derelict railways into state-of-the-art cycling paths for the residents around the University of Mississippi. The paths are expected to reduce automobile traffic by... Read More

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