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  • Youth Sea Change
    Youth worldwide are engaging in innovative ways to activate their communities and combat ocean pollution. Pédrisson and Emmanuelson Bernard, of Carrefour, Haiti, won the 2016 Millennium Oceans Prize for a win-win Read more
  • Saving Our Oceans: What We Can Do Now!
    Everyone has a part to play in keeping oceans clean and healthy. Here are some ways concerned individuals of all ages can help. Do away with disposable plastics. Use reusable alternatives Read more
  • New Wave Kids Organize to Save Our Oceans by April Thompson
    Earth’s oceans shelter more than a million species, employ millions of people and feed billions more. Their complex ecosystems increasingly face critical challenges, including acidification, overfishing and pollution. Inspiring us Read more
  • Wild Places Give Our Soul Sanctuary by Terry Tempest Williams
    It was standing inside Timpanogos Cave (a national monument) as an eight-year-old child that marked me. Hiking to the entrance of the cave with our church group we were ushered Read more
  • Tony Jupiter on How Thriving Ecosystems Sustain Prosperity by Randy Kambic
    Leading author and environment advocate Tony Juniper has been an Earth champion for three decades, imploring humanity to urgently understand that we need nature to thrive. His recently reissued book Read more
  • Home Tech Update
    Nest Smart Thermostat Google’s Nest Learning Thermostat replaces the old thermostat and immediately starts saving energy and money. Partnered with a smartphone, custom settings will lower the temperature at night, warm Read more
  • The Bradley Method
    Tania Nuezca has been teaching Bradley Method® partner-coached natural childbirth for four years and currently teaches classes at her home in Humble and at the Cherry Blossom Yoga Studio in Read more
  • Eco-Friendly Home Building Innovations Boost Energy Efficiency by John D. Ivanko and Liam Kivirist
    Smart, innovative, technological breakthroughs are making buildings more energy-efficient, healthier to live in and highly attuned to our connected world. “Homeowners continue to be interested in green building options because they Read more
  • Water-Saving Gardens
    “Water-saving gardens use less of this precious resource through appropriate plant choices, rain-conserving features, employing berming and terracing to slow runoff, water-permeable hardscaping and smart irrigation practices,” says Pam Penick, Read more

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