Enough is Enough is a film that presents steady-state economics as a sustainable approach to living on Earth. It's a quality versus quantity solution. Click the photo or copy and paste this url: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQ-LYElvtEU
A chill dessert for summer
We're always looking for ways to get seaweed in our diet. We love those kelp chips, for example, as well as seaweed salads with sesame oil.
Also, one of our favorite ephemera collections consisted of Jell-o recipe booklets. "What Mrs. Dewey Did with the New Jello," was one of our favorites.
You can use any leftover shells for sound effects as above. Enjoy.
Yoshinobu Nisaka, governor, Wakayama prefecture, where the notorious Taiji dolphin slaughter is conducte,: “Dietary culture varies and it is the wisdom of civilization to mutually respect other standpoints unless the world faces a lack of resources.” Click photo for more info.
Elephant poaching persists in southwestern Chad as poachers slaughtered several elephants August 3, following the killing of 34 elephants the week of July 23.
The exact numbers are unclear. Searching is difficult as poachers are still in the area, movement by truck is challenged by wet conditions, and thick vegetation limits aerial surveillance.
SOS Elephants has rescued orphaned and injured animals.
Read more at mongabay.com
Stand-by power sucks
Stand-by power -- a.k.a. "vampire" power -- can often be detected simply by the heat produced by those little boxy things known as "chargers" that plug into wall sockets to re-charge cellphones, computer devices, etc.
Leaving them plugged in when they're not in use is costly and environmentally unsound.
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