Solutions on How to Stop Biodiversity Loss

By Guest Writer Kenny Gill, Before delving into the threats and solutions to biodiversity, we first need to understand what biodiversity is. So, what is biodiversity? This is the pillar, which permits or sanctions the functioning of ecosystems and thriving of human beings. Without biodiversity, human beings, plants, as well as animals, would not be … Read moreSolutions on How to Stop Biodiversity Loss

Battle of Amazon Indigenous Communities To Preserve Their Way Of Life Continues

Waorani community members participate in an assembly in Pastaza. Authored by Mitch Anderson In July, a court in Ecuador issued a ruling with profound implications for the urgent fight to save the imperiled Amazon rainforest. The decision effectively blocked a planned government oil auction that threatened half-a-million acres of some of the world’s most biodiverse primary rainforest. … Read moreBattle of Amazon Indigenous Communities To Preserve Their Way Of Life Continues

Nature Restoration Group Newsletter – Introduction

by Derek Knauss The release of the first Newsletter for our Nature Restoration Group brings us great joy and satisfaction!  Nature Restoration plans to use this as an easy method to periodically update you on all of the things that are happening with our group. We hope you enjoy it and share it with your … Read moreNature Restoration Group Newsletter – Introduction

Nature Restoration Group – On the Precipice of Change, Stepping into Planetary Stewardship

by Shari Bitsis Unity Consciousness As we stand on the precipice of change, we often find ourselves fearful of what may come. However, all we truly need to do is ground ourselves and tune into the rising frequencies of our Beloved Planet. When we do this, we find an energy so beautiful and peaceful. This … Read moreNature Restoration Group – On the Precipice of Change, Stepping into Planetary Stewardship

Coca-Cola Named Worst Plastic Polluter in the World for Second Year in a Row

Coca-Cola is responsible for more plastic trash than the next top three polluters combined. By Elias Marat, Coca-Cola has been found to be the top polluter in a global audit of plastic waste released by the Break Free From Plastic NGO. The report, released Wednesday, shows that the transnational soft drink conglomerate is responsible for … Read moreCoca-Cola Named Worst Plastic Polluter in the World for Second Year in a Row

The Bee Has Been Declared “The Most Important Living Being On The Planet”

By Mayukh Saha, At a meeting of the Royal Geographic Society of London, Earthwatch Institute declared bees the most invaluable species on this planet, as reported by The Guardian in 2008. And along with it comes this disturbing piece of news. If the bees were to disappear today, mankind would follow suit very soon! Scientists and wildlife experts have joined … Read moreThe Bee Has Been Declared “The Most Important Living Being On The Planet”

IMF: The World Needs Massive Carbon Tax to Limit Climate Change

The international organization suggests a cost of $75 per ton by 2030. By Chris Mooney and Andrew Freedman, A global agreement to make fossil fuel burning more expensive is urgent and the most efficient way of fighting climate change, an International Monetary Fund study found on Thursday. The group found that a global tax of … Read moreIMF: The World Needs Massive Carbon Tax to Limit Climate Change

Animal Rights Win: California Bars Animals from Circuses, Becomes First State to Ban Fur Trade

“Ordinary people want to see animals protected, not abused,” one animal rights advocate said, greeting the new laws in the nation’s most populous state. By Elias Marat, California has become the third state to bar most animals from circus performances under a new bill signed over the weekend by Governor Gavin Newsom. A separate bill … Read moreAnimal Rights Win: California Bars Animals from Circuses, Becomes First State to Ban Fur Trade

Nature Restoration Group – 13 Moon Calendar and Natural Time

by Guest Author Denise Ward, Return to Natural Cycles Humans are cyclical creatures. The Gregorian calendar that we use today has taken us out of our natural cycles and trained us to have a distorted view of time. The 13 moon calendar on the other hand, is cyclical, thereby realigning us to our natural cosmic … Read moreNature Restoration Group – 13 Moon Calendar and Natural Time

Small Farmers Around The World Are Getting Screwed By Zoning Regulators

By Curtis Stone Local zoning laws are limiting the property rights of small farmers. In this video, the Urban Farmer Curtis Stone discusses how local zoning regulators are making it difficult for small farmers to operate and comply with endless regulations that are imposed without formal legislation. Curtis Stone speculates that it’s part of Agenda 21 and … Read moreSmall Farmers Around The World Are Getting Screwed By Zoning Regulators