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Opening the Seals

“Death is not the enemy of life, but godlessness. The despair of humanity today is the product of centuries worth of both the denial of the spiritual life of the world and the suppression of the natural urge to reintegrate with that world.” 2,876 more words

Runza To Go Green, Function Entirely Off Of Farts From People That Ate Runza

Lincoln NE (SN) – Runza Restaurants may have figured out the secret to perpetual energy.

The local Lincoln German/American fast food chain, who’s signature sandwich boasts a robust mixture of cabbage, onions, and seasoned ground beef, may have cracked the code to complete sustainability. 353 more words


Europe's Last Free Rivers

I’ve been spending a lot of time in Europe recently; from big cities to the mountain ranges to tiny little villages in the middle of nowhere. 889 more words


Conservative Conservation: Bipartisan Environmentalism in the Trump Era

Recently, I wrote an article for the Environmental Law Institute on bipartisan environmental approaches in the Trump era. You can find the original article featured on their site… 1,342 more words

Atmospheric Rivers

Great article about them, from Estuary News.

An excerpt.

Near the end of 2012, the US Army Corps of Engineers released 28,000 acre-feet of water — two-fifths of the maximum winter supply — from Lake Mendocino in Sonoma County. 623 more words


Vitality is Your Birthright

I was going to write about the wasteland, but first I need to tell you about vitality and joy. That they are your birthright.  529 more words


Turning the Lens on Ourselves

It is clear in natural aesthetics that our senses move us in our world view and our perspectives, but in what direction must be guided in some sense towards the reality of nature. 1,178 more words