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How To Save Insects? Give Them Space.

Butterflies and bees, ants and beetles, cockroaches and flies — whether loved or feared, insects help humans.

Ditch The Lawn, Save The Wild Bees

Agricultural policies and world goals to end hunger focus on increased production but don’t yet adequately protect wild pollinator habitat.

Healthy Home Indoor Air Quality In A Changing Climate

If you want to improve the quality of air in your home, try some of these tips.

Spring Is Arriving Earlier Across The US, And That’s Not Always Good News

Across much of the United States, a warming climate has advanced the arrival of spring. This year is no exception.

More Than 9 Million People Are Freecycling Instead Of Buying New

Freecycle plans to add a lending and borrowing tool to encourage people to share with friends and neighbors.

How To Turn Your Yard Into An Ecological Oasis

Replacing grass with even a few plants native to your region can save insects and the ecosystems that depend on them.

Can We Protect Nature By Giving It Legal Rights?

Around the world, communities are using “Rights of Nature” laws to defend waterways, species and more from human threats.

Howling With My Mom Put Me On A Path To Living With Compassion

A creative approach to saving deer from being culled opened my eyes to feeling empathy for life around us.

Are We Still Recycling Our Trash In America?

The U.S. plastics recycling industry is healthy and their message is clear: We need all the recycled containers you can send us, and more.

How Communities Worldwide Are Going Zero Waste

Communities worldwide are committing to wasting less and reusing more. If you are too, read on to learn and be inspired by examples of communities coming together to create innovative strategies for getting to zero waste.

Designing A More Sustainable Home

By choosing to design a sustainable home, you are also deciding to protect Earth's natural resources, support the ecosystem, and provide a healthier environment in which you and your family will live.

The First Step In Managing Plastic Waste Is Measuring It – Here's How We Did It For One Caribbean Country

Countries around the world throw away millions of tons of plastic trash every year. Finding ways to manage plastic waste is daunting even for wealthy nations, but for smaller and less-developed countries it can be overwhelming.

From Coffee To Cosmetics, Companies Are Looking For Ways To Protect The Plants Their Products Are Made From

As crop varieties disappear, boosting biodiversity becomes smart business.

Yes, It’s Still Up To You To Do Something About Climate Change

Increasingly, we’re hearing that individual action is insignificant relative to needed political change, but that doesn’t mean you’re off the hook.

A Practical Guide To EMF Mitigation

Here to address what you can do to remediate that influence is Lloyd Burrell, who has been an advocate for EMF safety and consumer education for the last 15 years.

You’re Not So Different From An Octopus: Rethinking Our Relationship To Animals

Animal whisperer Sy Montgomery argues that we share greater similarities than differences with our fellow animals, and that fact should make us reexamine our relationships with them.

To Feed Or Not To Feed? The Dilemma Of Interacting With Birds And Other Wildlife

Researchers are discovering plenty of ecological impacts — positive and negative — when humans interfere with wild animals’ natural eating routines.

The Way Climate Change Unites Us

The Practical Farmers of Iowa waste no time on partisan politics as they face the challenges of extreme weather and depleted soils.

“Stop What You’re Doing And Watch This”: Intense Praise For Apocalypse-Themed Climate 2020 Campaign Ad

“It's a catastrophe of our own creation—but it doesn’t have to end this way,” says Andrew Romanoff, a Democratic hopeful for U.S. Senate running in Colorado.

Is It Ethical To Keep Pets And Other Animals? It Depends On Where You Keep Them

Living on a farm with five different species, including chickens and dogs, has convinced me of an animal’s right to place, too.

Do “Environmentally Responsible” Products Help The Planet? Or Do They Just Get Us To Buy More Stuff?

Some say that so-called “conscious consumerism” is good for our planet. Others see it as just a way to assuage our overconsuming consciences.

Stories Happen In Forests: Grow & Forage

Human beings have a deep connection to forests that goes beyond the critically important clean water, clean air, and protection from climate change that they provide us.

Celebrate The Radical Power Of DIY During MAKE SMTHNG Week

Consumerism is a major part of Western culture all year, but there is no day more iconic for shopping and spending than Black Friday. For socially conscious consumers hoping to reduce their impact, there is another option: MAKE SMTHNG Week which begins on November 29th, 2019.

Is Your Skin-Care Product Turning Your Skin Into Swiss Cheese

Visit any drugstore and you’ll find a dizzying array of choices for skin-care products. That’s no surprise, says UC San Francisco dermatology professor Peter Elias, MD…

The World Needs The Amazon, But Right Now The Amazon Needs Us

While global leaders fiddle as the world burns, citizens are acting to support indigenous tribes and ecosystems.

5 Charts Show How Your Household Drives Up Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions

As the public conversation about climate change gets increasingly serious, many Americans may be wondering: How do my individual choices affect climate change?

Saving Endangered Species: 5 Essential Reads

These five articles describe public perceptions of the Endangered Species Act and the challenges of saving species on the edge.

Why The Planet Needs You To Repair Your Broken Stuff

Overproduction and planned obsolescence are the new normal. But fixing your broken things is a way to resist—and build community.

Why The ‘Brain-Eating’ Amoeba Found In Freshwater Lakes – While Rare – Is So Deadly

Composed of a single cell, amoeba seem harmless enough: They look like playful critters waltzing under the spotlight of a microscope until they come upon a group of bacteria.

EarthTalk: Fires In The Amazon Rainforest

Dear EarthTalk: What are the ramifications of these horrendous fires taking place now in the Amazon Rainforest? What can be done to stop the madness?
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April 5, 2020

During the wee hours of the morning the Virgo Moon trines Uranus. An illuminating inspiration or revolutionary “better” idea could give insomniacs boundless enthusiasm. Carousing night owls have raucous fun. By sunrise, quieter skies prevail. The nearly…
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March 2020

In this time of social distancing, it's important to make time and create new habits around maintaining your wellness. In support of that, we have gathered over 30 professionals who have...

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Sponsor: Ramsay Media LLC
Contact Name: Paul Ramsay
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"When diet is wrong, medicine is of no use. When diet is correct, medicine is of no need" A whopping 70 million people in the US suffer from some digestive issue, from constipation to...

Cost: $40 till 3/25 ($45 after)

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, MA


Sponsor: www.SOHUM.org
Telephone: 508-329-3338
Contact Name: Ritu Kapur
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Reconceptualizing Mental Health Treatment through Radical Compassion: A Personal Narrative of an Asian American Woman with Pata Suyemoto, PhD **PLEASE NOTE - This lecture will only be held...

Cost: Free

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, MA


Sponsor: Center for Mindfulness and Compassion
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Join us for Monday Morning Meditation and discover the serenity and silence within your own being. This group is designed for people who are new to meditation and looking to explore the benefits...

Cost: $15

Where:
Moth & Moon Studio
173 South River Rd
Suite #4
Bedford, NH  03110
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April 1–May 27 With Yasemin Isler, MA and Juan José Miret, Ph.D. Why take Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR)? To better manage your stress and enhance...

Cost: $600–$650

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, MA


Sponsor: Center for Mindfulness and Compassion
Telephone: 617-591-6132
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Enrollment begins April 1 with special early-bird pricing for a limited time only!  Classes are October 2020 through May 2021 Faust Family Constellations presents The Constellation...

Where:
750 Pleasant St
Belmont, MA  02478
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Contact Name: Jamy and Peter Faust
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12 month program starts April 1 Whether you're local or not, this could be a great choice for you, to join a community of like minded people and build out your knowledge, command, and...

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, MA


Sponsor: Crystal Concentrics
Contact Name: Kyle Russell
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30-DAY VIRTUAL TRAINING A Journey to Release Core Patterns and Open to Your Soul’s Purpose Is it possible that this forced time in isolation might be a perfect gift from the universe to...

Cost: Early Bird Discount $297

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, MA


Sponsor: Rhys Thomas Institute
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Shocked and upset about the COVID-19 pandemic? Get Relief… Are you experiencing intense anxiety, fear, stress and negative thoughts you can't seem to control about: Losing...

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, MA


Sponsor: Healing From the Body Level Up
Telephone: 781-444-6940
Contact Name: Judith A. Swack Ph.D.
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In these unprecedented times of uncertainty and fear all around, what foundation and practices can I rely on, to keep me calm, creative, peaceful, courageous? Join this session for a beginners...

Cost: Free

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Sponsor: Brahma Kumaris Learning Center for Peace
Telephone: (617) 926-1230
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Join a like-minded community working toward personal awakening in relation to family, ancestry and Soul agreements. Through the processes of family constellations, energy medicine and evolutionary...

Cost: $175

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750 Pleasant St
Belmont, MA  02478
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Contact Name: Jamy and Peter Faust
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Maintaining your inner stability is more important than ever during these challenging times. Learn techniques and meditation practices that will help keep your mind stable and peaceful. ...

Cost: Free

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, MA


Sponsor: Brahma Kumaris Learning Center for Peace
Telephone: (617) 926-1230
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This meditation is the exact moment of the Jupiter Pluto conjunction on April 4th/5th, which will be the first moment that a powerful energy of the Age of Aquarius shines on the surface of the...

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, MA


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April 4–5 Wake up to your cosmic consciousness and discoveryour duties to the stars, to the light, and to beloved Mother Earth. Joan Ruggiero shows you how to merge with your higher self,...

Where:
Circles of Wisdom
386 Merrimack Street, #1A
Methuen, MA  01844
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Sponsor: Circles of Wisdom
Telephone: 978-474-8010
Contact Name: Cathy Kneeland
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Begins April 4 For Mental Health Professionals and Yoga Teachers, Students Yoga-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (Y-CBT) is a new research based psychological paradigm that combines the...

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Sponsor: Yoga At The Ashram
Telephone: 508-376-4525
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