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Enjoy Sun in Your Backyard

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Enjoy Sun In Your Backyard Most people prefer warm weather and sunny days, regardless of the current season or the part of the world they live in. Sitting outside, soaking in the sun is for many an enjoyable and relaxing way to spend time after a hard day’s work. Read More »

Green Burial, The Body After Death

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Green Burial With the passing of my beloved Grandmother 2 weeks ago and being the founder of WhosGreenOnline.com, I came across the “Green Burial” and it really made an impression on me! W H A T   I S   G R E E N   B U R I A L? Green, or natural burial is a way of ... Read More »

Greener Yard: Tips on Having a Green Yard

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Greener Yard We all know that we, as a human race, are not perfect and that we’re slowly but surely doing almost everything possible to destroy our planet. However, that can change, and that change can start with you! Think globally – act locally. That’s exactly what you should do. Don’t ignore opportunities to make some simple improvements to your ... Read More »

Tree Care Service: How to Start it Up

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Tree Care Trees are the lungs of the Earth – we all know that – so it is of paramount importance to protect them as much as we can. Although it might appear to be mundane work to a casual passerby, taking care of trees comes with its own share of dangers. Physical injuries are not uncommon, and when you ... Read More »

HURRICANE HARVEY SOLAR LIGHT RELIEF

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Hurricane Harvey Hurricane Harvey is an active weakening tropical cyclone that is causing unprecedented and catastrophic flooding in southeastern Texas. It was the first major hurricane to make landfall in the United States since Wilma in 2005, ending a record 12-year period with no hurricanes of Category 3 intensity or higher making landfall in the United States. In a four-day period, many areas received more than 40 inches (1,000 mm) of rain as the system meandered ... Read More »

Organic Coffee Selection: Perks of Fair-Trade

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Organic Coffee There has been a lot of buzz concerning organic and fair trade products. While a lot of celebrities and influencers advocated buying commodities like fair trade coffee, people still didn’t know if it was a commercial hype or something truly beneficial. Read on and find out what ‘free trade’ actually means, and why you should consider switching to ... Read More »

Extreme Weather, Earth Day Network

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Extreme Weather The frequency of extreme weather events around the world is increasing. This spring saw the West Coast of the United States ravaged by extreme flooding after hot temperatures followed a heavy winter snowfall. An early summer heat-wave in Europe broke records and ignited wildfires across the region. Sudan is in the midst of a humanitarian crisis after being ... Read More »

Mother Nature, In Your Humble Abode

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Mother Nature There have always been many people who wanted to bring as much nature as possible into their homes, regardless of the size and location. This makes perfect sense since we now know that the appeal of the natural and organic helps us feel much calmer and welcome into a space. Also, because of the raised awareness of the ... Read More »

Earth, Temperatures Not Seen in 2 Million Years

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Earth 2015 was the warmest year since modern record-keeping began in 1880, according to a new analysis by NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies. The record-breaking year continues a long-term warming trend — 15 of the 16 warmest years on record have now occurred since 2001. Earth is the warmest it’s been in 100,000 years, a new reconstruction of historical ... Read More »

Fossil Fuel Industry Is Killing the World’s Coral Reefs

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Fossil Fuel Divers from coastal communities around the world wrapped crime-scene tape around dead coral reefs during a series of underwater dives to highlight the catastrophic damage to this valuable ecosystem and the culpability of the fossil fuel industry for its loss. A series of underwater photographs collected from Samoa, the Australian Great Barrier Reef and the Andaman Islands was ... Read More »