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Women's Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz and guests Sara Shor, US National Organizer of 350.org, on the risks of KL Pipeline, and Gail Raborn on Self-Esteem, broadcast on 11/17/14, has been added to the Radio Archives

Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz and guests Sara Shor, US National Organizer of 350.org, on the risks of KL Pipeline, and Gail Raborn on Self-Esteem, broadcast on 11/17/14, has been added to the Radio Archives. 154 more words

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Task Day Update - Roundshaw Woods

Over the past few weeks the SNCV have been regular visitors at Roundshaw Woods. The team spent several task days getting stuck into removing overgrown trees and scrub, growing against the fence line that borders the site. 280 more words

Ecology

FAITH, HOPE AND ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVISM, Part 3

BY Jim Harding

Pride is almost always a source of delusion and species-pride is no different. Being members of a big-brain, two-legged species with such social and technological savvy does not make us superior to other creatures. 1,420 more words

R-Town News

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Morning all,

Here we are again, another coffee shop, another blog post, but this time my “medium” cappuccino is the size of my head and has a snowflake of chocolate sprinkled on the top. 1,137 more words

Ecology

The Keystone XL Pipeline: Three Stories to Help You Understand the Debate

The proposed Keystone XL pipeline has become the single most important environmental issue in the U.S.—even though its environmental impact may not even be that great. 860 more words

faranastus reblogged this on Lax Rhetorica™ (Fallible Rhetoric) and commented:

I felt compelled to reblog this... I know it's subject matter strays somewhat from that typical of this blog, although the environment is...anyways; I found this to be an excellent article and a worthy cause to promote. Enjoy!

How wolves changed a river… [or "Butterflies changing Mountains"]

Wolves re-introduced to Yellowstone. Wolves killing dears. Thus helping plants increase and grow into trees. Trees allowing more animals to come into the ecosystem. Making the bands of the river more stable, changing it’s shape. 16 more words

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Losses to Common European Bird Species

Last week the Guardian published an interesting article that highlighted the startling decline of common bird species, such as the sparrow and skylark, across Europe. This information comes from a recent… 401 more words

Ecology