Monthly Archives: September 2010

How can we define “environmental justice”?

Majora Carter is a super charged environmental justice advocate who’s work is akin revolutionizing city planning, access to green services, and the use of public space in the South Bronx. What a guiding light. If you have not seen her … Continue reading

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Aware We Grow: Your story here.

“Aware We Grow” Sustainable and holistic living, up from the ‘roots. Wherever you live, wherever you look there’s someone close by who is seeking and practicing holistic and sustainable living in ways large and small. Our diverse stories can inspire … Continue reading

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Raw Food Reprise…Video project launch

My earliest posts on this site were inspired by some dinner party adventures in raw food.  I co-chef’d 2 raw food dinners featuring items like lasagna, burritos & “rice”, soups and ice cream–mmmm. For the lactose intolerant, the raw ice … Continue reading

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Women: Keepers of the seed

I have always agreed that those most affected by disasters must be at the table to solve them.  So, I take to heart stories of women’s leadership when it comes to demonstrating good stewardship of the land and its resources.  … Continue reading

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Water Privatization Sucks!!!

Here are some Top 10 Reasons why.

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New York bans home disposal of electronics!

Recycling electronics, such as cell phones, televisions, and computers (along with rechargeable batteries found in many of these items), keeps dangerous materials out of the waste stream and out of the environment.A combination of local and state laws dictate the … Continue reading

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What’s Light Got To Do With It? A consideration on energy efficient lighting…

In my endeavor to learn more about environmental education, I’ve been reviewing lots of different topics that impact how we as individuals can conserve energy and precious resources.  My goal is to help facilitate people’s (present company included) transition to … Continue reading

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