Our Proposal for the Garden The Hogares Claret Foundation’s Pilot Garden Project Seeds of Nourishment Web Site Colombia is a complex and beautiful nation. It is a nation that is as diverse biologically, as it is ethnically. For instance, according to some estimates, 78 indigenous languages are spoken in the nation. And the ecosystems of […]
It was an extraordinary day under the olive trees at the home of Forrest Cuch with members of the Ute and Sioux tribes celebrating the lives of two very brave Peace Warriors! LaDonna Brave Bull Allard and Bobbi Jean Three Legs HuYamni, members of the Lakota Sioux Nation, started the Standing Rock Dakota Access Pipeline […]
Pax Natura Award Presentation for 2017 And Solar Installation The Board of Trustees of the Pax Natura Foundation have selected Sioux Nation Elders LaDonna Brave Bull Allard & Bobbi Jean HuYamni to receive an Executive Pax Natura Award for 2017 with Honorarium at a ceremony to be held in Roosevelt, Utah, on Saturday, September 9th. […]
AUGUST 15, 2017 Steven Druker talked about his book Altered Genes, Twisted Truth: How the Venture to Genetically Engineer Our Food Has Subverted Science, Corrupted Government, and Systematically Deceived the Public, in which he discusses the science and regulations behind genetically engineered food. His organization, Alliance for Bio-Integrity, filed a lawsuit that uncovered concerns that some FDA […]
This program is read by Carl Pope and Charles Pellett with a preface read by the author, Mayor Michael Bloomberg. From Mayor Michael Bloomberg and former head of the Sierra Club Carl Pope comes a manifesto on how the benefits of taking action on climate change are concrete, immediate, and immense. They explore climate change […]
This book gives you and amazing and in depth look into the lives of these highly social, complex monkeys. Primatology has often been dominated by studies on apes, but the Lomas Barbudal project has brought us leaps closer to understanding primate behavior by dedicating decades of intense research to this species of new world monkey. […]
Posted by NYTimes.com The Planet Can’t Stand This Presidency – The New York Times Trump is in charge at a critical moment for keeping climate change in check. We may never recover. Image CreditIllustrations by Eiko Ojala APRIL 20, 2017 By BILL McKIBBEN President Trump’s environmental onslaught will have immediate, dangerous effects. He has vowed to […]
On November 11, 2009, Executive Director of the Albert Schweitzer Institute at Quinnipiac University, David Ives, spoke at the 10th World Summit for Nobel Peace Laureates in Berlin, Germany.
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Stephen Tolpinrud Introduction The question of whether or not environmentalists should support climate engineering generates intense conversation, and for good reason. The world’s atmosphere is currently hovering on the cusp of 400 ppm concentration of Co2, as is widely known among both the environmental and scientific community. This is a significant threshold […]