Celebrate Earth Day… and Live Longer

What if we told you a great way to celebrate Earth Day might also lead to a longer life? A new study in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives found that “people who live in ‘greener’ areas, with more vegetation around, have a lower risk of mortality“. In a recent story…

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WaterFall – Quotes on the Nature of our Most Precious Resource

“Floods of humanity, lakes of peace, rivers of gold, the tides of war; all we are and do is linked to the water of life.” – David Mead “Of all the elements in the cosmological construct of the world, Fire, Water, Earth, Mineral and Nature, the Sage takes Water as…

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The Biggest Short – Fresh, Clean Water

Michael Burry, the character played by Christian Bale in the Oscar-winning movie “The Big Short,” was among the first to identify the sub-prime housing bubble and to predict the subsequent crash.  Burry’s fund, Scion Capital, recorded returns of 489% between November 2000 and June 2008 by shorting the housing market.…

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This World Water Day Make a Lasting Investment

Today is World Water Day – a day when people across the World observe the power to make a meaningful difference in the future of our most vital renewable resource. World Water Day is an opportunity for us all to learn more about water issues and to take real action…

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20th Anniversary Edition of Trout Headwaters RecentWORK

Now available for iBooks or in hard copy from Amazon, Trout Headwaters anniversary edition of RecentWork, features stream, wetland and habitat restoration projects from across the United States.  Hundreds of photos, as well as quotes on nature and the environment are assembled in this concise volume first published in 2009. This latest revised volume has…

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As Mark Ruffalo Reports – Flint Isn’t an Anomaly

Friend of clean water, and noted actor, Mark Ruffalo writes in the Washington Post that recent events in Flint, Michigan are only the tip of a toxic ice berg.  “It’s time to acknowledge the national water pollution crisis we face, which will only get worse with climate change…”  His article…

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