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Gaia: Recognizing Our Role on a Living Earth

In the early 1960s, renowned chemist Dr. James Lovelock was approached by NASA to develop systems and methods that could be used in determining...

10 Affordable & Earth-Friendly Alternatives to Living in a Traditional House

The majority of humans live in the traditional boring box house. However, these days there are lots of alternatives to this dull kind of...

The Pros and Cons of Living in a Tiny House

Tiny house living is obviously more affordable compared to living in a traditional home, and it offers mobility and a smaller carbon footprint. The...

How to Achieve Sustainability with Smart Gardens

Using local resources is a basic element of sustainable economic system. Obviously their ecological costs are much lower as well, as there are no...

The Survival of Plants, Humans and Other Species is Dependent on Bees

By Jane Sandwood At least 30% of crops in the world and 90% of all plants are dependent on cross-pollination for their survival. Bee populations have plummeted...

5 Ways to Foster a Love of Nature in Kids

Experts say the first 14 years of a child's life are crucial for establishing a connection with the natural world. Children have a natural affinity...

12 Groups of Companion Plants For Your Garden

Some plants help each other enormously, while others hinder their neighbors – use this cheat sheet to ensure harmony in the vegetable plot. There can...

Top 4 Ways to Connect with the Earth

"Wherever you stand, be the soul of that Place" WE ALL ARE OF THIS EARTH. Each of our souls are on a unique assignment &...