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Meatless Monday – Vegetarianism as a Climate Change Control Agent?
Meatless Monday could become an effective method to reduce Greenhouse Gases! A recent article in the Slate.com in their Health and Science page is about Vegetarianism and it’s potential impact on climate change. We have known for years that it … Continue reading
Posted in Climate Change, Economics, Education, Healthy foods, India, population doubling, Vegetarians Tagged Algae for Food, Climate Change, green house gases 1 Comment
Adaptation – Volume 9 – Food Management
How much food do you waste a week? Americans on a whole waste more food than most people in the world. From NPR, the NRDC, as well as CNN reports of food waste by Americans is eye-opening! An estimated 40% … Continue reading
Posted in Economics, Education, Food Banks, Food Waste Tagged Adaptation, Community, Environmental responsibility, Food Management, Recycle, Reduce Leave a comment
Adaptation – Volume 3 – Little Things
According to a recent Gallup Poll, many Americans do not believe climate change is going to impact them during their lives! The majority believe that Climate Change has already started. This is up from a few years ago… “More specifically, … Continue reading
Posted in Adaptation, Education, Environment, EPA, European Union, Gallup Poll, India, Resilience Tagged Climate Change, Environmental responsibility, Sustainability 1 Comment
Does 95% Certain – Mean Climate Change is Caused by Man?
The Latest IPCC Climate Change Report is out! In late September, Climate Scientists came out with a report stating that they were 95% CERTAIN that Climate Change was occurring and mostly caused by man. It doesn’t get much surer than … Continue reading
What the Heck are Plastic Microbeads?
I just read an article from Mother Jones about Cosmetics Now for a guy, I pretty much stick with soap. Okay, I do use shampoo occasionally but not much because frankly I don’t have much to wash. So I was … Continue reading
Does Buy Local – Mean- Buy Made in the USA?
Of Course it Does! The problem is many of the products we purchase are no longer made in the US of A. What products are made here and where can we find them is the big question. So lets delve … Continue reading
Arctic Summers Ice Free by 2020 (Opening of the Northwest Passage!)
Climate Scientists Vary on their Forecasts on Climate Change…Lets hope this one is wrong! The latest information coming out of climate scientists is that, instead of the Arctic having ice free summers by the year 2070, they now think it … Continue reading
Posted in Arctic Ocean, Climate Change, Education Tagged Adaptation, Arctic ice free, Climate Change, Northwest Passage 3 Comments
What is India doing to take care of their Environment?
Last week I looked at Australia. This week I’m looking at India! India is a fascinating Country that has a complicated past and will definitely have a complicated future. From their rich history to outsourced call centers for Cable TV … Continue reading
Posted in Climate Change, Education, Environment, India Tagged India's Environmental Policies 1 Comment
Whats Fermentation got to do with it?
To Ferment or not to Ferment is, I guess, the age old question! Sandor Katz from Tennessee is a fermenting master. He holds seminars all over the country and the world. Many of his recipes seem strange to the average … Continue reading
Posted in Basic food preparation, Education, Fermenting, Healthy foods Tagged Beer and Wine, Fermentation, Grow locally, Health Leave a comment
Green Hogan in Northern Arizona!
Recently I was working out of Page, Arizona when I noticed this headline in the Lake Powell (Page) Chronicle! Hogan’s Heroes – PHS Students “green” building up for award…. Hogan’s Heroes (get it?) was a nice introduction to this article. … Continue reading