A Muslim woman was set on fire in New York. Now just going out requires courage | Linda Sarsour | Opinion | The Guardian

Each year, I look so forward to Eid Al Adha – the holiest holiday for Muslims worldwide – but not this year. As I watched my daughters prepare for the celebrations with joy, I learned of a horrific crime. 262 more words


UNESCO-recognized area east of Edmonton opens 'biodiversity trail'

The Beaver Hills Biodiversity Trail has officially opened east of Edmonton.

Located within a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)-recognized 1,600 square kilometre stretch of boreal forest and wetlands, the trail was opened Friday by Strathcona County officials in partnership with the Beaver Hills Initiative. 299 more words


A memorable and awe-inspiring trek to The Valley of Flowers National Park!

Located in Western Himalaya, in the state of Uttarakhand in India, the Valley of Flowers National Park is known for its phenomenal and vast meadows of varieties of flora. 477 more words


The Global Carbon Cycle

We hear about Carbon Emissions and Global Warming all the time but what really are the impacts of carbon?

Carbon is required for all life and is useful as it helps trap heat in the earth’s atmosphere, regulating the earth’s climate. 382 more words


Thank You for Tea!

There was once a famous Chinese master named Zhao Zhou. He was so famous that he had visitors all the time who would come seeking the meaning of enlightenment.

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Silent season podcast : campfire stories 17

Silent season are well known for their excellent podcasts. Here is my contribution to the series : Campfire stories 17 (Earthscapes) a journey from Earth to Space that clocks in above 2hours. 336 more words