Thursday, May 28, 2015
"Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s need, but not every man’s greed" -Mahatma Gandhi

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Green Office Products, Recycled Business Cards

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Recycled Business Cards A business card provides a clever snapshot of who you are, so the resources used to make it are just as important as the words and images printed on it. Produced with our signature brown recycled chipboard, our recycled cards will pop off the conference room table at your next meeting. Please note that due to high ... Read More »

5 Ways to Teach Children About Climate Change

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Climate Change Kids can participate with their parents in projects such as a beach cleanup, where people gather to pick up trash on local beaches. Climate change is a big topic that can be difficult even for adults to wrap their minds around—especially, it seems, if they are elected to Congress. Although indicators of it are all around us, it ... Read More »

Rock Island Clean Line (Energy)

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Clean Energy Thank you for your continued support of the Rock Island project. I wanted to let you know that we are at a critical juncture for another one of our projects, the Plains & Eastern Clean Line, and I am reaching out to ask for your help. The Department of Energy is currently reviewing the Plains & Eastern Clean ... Read More »

What the Fork Are You Eating? (Health Food)

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Health Food Picture yourself in the grocery store. Pressed up against the side of an aisle, you’re trying to decide between five options of the “same” thing. Let’s say it’s yogurt. One is the cheapest, another has the most fat, one’s nutrition facts make no sense and you’re kind of wondering if there’s a “better” option somewhere else. You’re blocking ... Read More »

Happy Memorial Day, From

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  Memorial Day This Memorial Day Weekend, take advantage of some eco-friendly tips that will make your barbecues and outdoor picnics sizzle: Party supplies: Use biodegradable utensils, bowls and cups to cut down on waste. Guests can also write their names on cups to set a limit on the number doled out, according to Yahoo Green. Also, giving guests reusable, ... Read More »

Be A Hero for Sea Turtles


  Sea Turtles Dear Loyal Conservancy Supporter,In the Coral Triangle, there’s a place where a chain of nearly 1,000 islands dots the sea. It’s a wondrous place, home to so many different species that it’s considered a “biodiversity hotspot.”One of those species is also one of the world’s most threatened sea turtles: the hawksbill. For the hawksbill sea turtle, a ... Read More »

Mexico Is On The Road To Paris


Mexico Dear Michael, We have the solutions for climate change. But how can we make sure governments across the globe act quickly to embrace them? Through the Road to Paris  campaign, The Climate Reality Project is mobilizing international public support to make world leaders commit to reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the lead-up to the UN’s climate negotiations in Paris this ... Read More »

UN Confirms 2014 Was ‘Hottest Year on Record’ (climate change)

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Climate Change Not only was 2014 the hottest year ever recorded but 14 out of the 15 hottest years since 1850 have occurred in the 21st century, according to new data released today by the UN’s weather agency, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). The WMO brought together the findings of the world’s three major climatic research units, theNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ... Read More »

15 Health Problems Linked to “Monsanto Roundup” (GMO Crops)

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Monsanto Roundup (GMO crops) Monsanto invented the herbicide glyphosate and brought it to market under the trade name Roundup in 1974, after DDT was banned. But it wasn’t until the late 1990s that the use of Roundup surged, thanks to Monsanto’s ingenious marketing strategy. The strategy? Genetically engineer seeds to grow food crops that could tolerate high doses of Roundup. With the ... Read More »

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