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Sand is the new oil, Infographic Explains

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Sand Is The New Oil The 20th century was largely influenced by the oil market. Economies rose because they struck oil, oil price determined welfare, power and oil were tightly connected. Will oil still continue to play such a major role or will the next century be influenced by something else? Chances are, sand is the new oil. Sand is ... Read More »

Feeling Down? Try Gardening

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Feeling Down? Try Gardening There are lots of ways to relieve stress and improve your mood when you’re feeling down. You can go for a run, take a vacation, or spend a day at the spa. But while these are effective stress relief strategies, they’re not accessible to everyone. Seniors and people with disabilities may struggle with strenuous exercise, and ... Read More »

The Bios Urn: Add To Your End of Life Plans

the bios urn

The Bios Urn At the bottom of this post you can download your very own Bios Urn Pre-Planning form to include in your arrangements. In this post, we will detail how you can pre-plan with the Bios Urn. To think about life, also entails thinking about the end of life. We hope that in our efforts to normalize the Bios ... Read More »

Global Warming, Severe Weather and FedEx

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Global Warming As the owner/founder of WhosGreenOnline.com, and with over a hundred hours of research on the subject of climate change, and being a 20yr. employee of FedEx, I can’t help but to recognize a correlation today! Today, Jan. 12, 2018, FedEx is experiencing a National Service Disruption, due to severe weather! FedEx Express National Service Disruption Last updated: January ... Read More »

Organic Gardening Practices: Winter Ready

eco-friendly backyard

Organic Gardening Practices The next time you look out your back window and over your lawn, take time to remember all the good times your backyard has provided over the summer. Whether your lawn is relatively new or if you are a veteran with years of experience in caring for your prized lawn, you have likely spent hours of summer ... Read More »

Nature and wildlife need you now more than ever.

nature and wildlife

Nature and Wildlife Be the hero they need with your tax-deductible gift by December 31. Donate today ► Every 26 minutes, poachers kill an African elephant. That’s 55 elephants killed for their ivory every single day. You can give elephants—and nature worldwide—a better tomorrow. Your tax-deductible donation will help change the future for vulnerable wildlife and their habitats, and make WWF’s ... Read More »

Help Your Pet Go Green In 5 Ways

help your pet go green

  Help Your Pet Go Green Regardless if you have a cat, dog or any other type of pet, you need to know that it has an impact on the environment. You as an owner have responsibility to help your pet be as much “green” as possible. The environment is important for us and for the future generations, so we ... Read More »

Bios Urn, A Catalyst For Life

Bios Urn Bios Urn is much more than an urn — it’s a catalyst for life. It is made using 100% biodegradable materials, and is respectful to the environment in all the ways possible. Built with a special capsule that meets the needs of any type of tree, it’s the perfect medium to allow for the proper growth of a ... Read More »

Trump Changes His Mind On Global Warmng

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Trump I turn on the nine o’clock news, and the “Top News Story” is President Trump is changing his mind on Global Warming! There is overwhelming evidence that Humans are causing “Global Warming!”   Q: What is global warming? A: Here’s a simple definition of global warming. (And yes, it’s really happening.) Over the past 50 years, the average global temperature has ... Read More »