40 people out of 243 members alone in this group is not right. Where is everyone???? Where are all the Pagans that Love Mother Earth? Who is here that Cares 2 ????
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WE THE PEOPLE NEED TO TAKE STAND AND HAVE OUR VOICES HEARD!!!!
yes I am a rebel when it comes to my children and G.childrens future If we dont do somthing now what will they live in a Planet like DUNE???? Do you want That??? Of course not so go kick some butts and get people helping....
i try my best ot help with my part but i think nobody gets it but the select few that "do there part" i am not good at expressing my feelings, i am pagan but my family is christain i have read the bible and it seem to me that most christains forgot what there god did " and god made man god made man in his image god made man in the image of themselves, god made man to take care of the creatures and the earth." i am not peaching to you about god but i am saying even the bible says what i beleve we the people of hte world were put on this earth to take care of it . i am not preaching to you or anything like that i have trouble speaking . but what i am saying is thank you for this lovely websight i shall ask if i can send it to my friends .
also what i was saying about the bible was that even christians were taught to take care of the earth and that there are so many people out hter more concerned with "christains and wicca" figting they tend to forget, we the people were put on this earth by god/goddess to take care of the earth . i am even one that was pre occupied with relougous wars that i forgot that the earth is the most important thing , my family and friends have always come first and will always come frist but meteralistic things and wishing for things should be in the past.
i hope i don't get "yelled" at for this because i am just wanting to thank you for letting me in this group and for helping me in my quest to make the world a better place.
Here at Mother Earth News we sometimes hear from people who say, “Now, I’m not an environmentalist, but I love your magazine.” At first this was surprising. After all, we’re called Mother Earth News, and we’ve helped people protect the environment in thousands of ways for 35 years.
Many folks may be generally opposed to labels, or don’t want to be associated with a movement. Some people may think environmentalists have to be activists — perhaps they only regard environmentalists as those who chain themselves to trees or take other controversial actions. Then it dawned on us — the word “environmentalist” no longer simply means someone who cares about the environment. Sadly, the label now comes with assumptions — the baggage of unrelated partisan issues: blue state, red state, blah, blah, blah.
“The Death of Environmentalism,” an essay that has been widely circulated within the conservation community, arrived in the thick of that political mood. Its title is self-explanatory, and it has sparked lively debate since its release last year. Call it what you will, but environmentalism isn’t dead.
We believe humanity’s profound and personal concern for the planet transcends politics and other dividing lines — the environment should never be a partisan issue. Any person who wants to breathe clean air, drink clean water or know that future generations will be able to visit forests cares about nature. Any person who feels uplifted by the sight of a monarch butterfly, bald eagle, grizzly bear cub or whitetail doe with twin fawns cares about our stewardship of the planet. That feeling you get when you encounter a majestic mountain range, a group of regal oak trees, or even just a quaint brook in a city park — that feeling is awe, and it’s the basis for what is sometimes called environmentalism.
The fact is, everyone cares. We may argue about the approach or priorities, but we agree on the fundamental need to preserve this beautiful planet.
So when politicians accuse their opponents of a lack of concern for the planet, the charge is more insulting than a simple disagreement over allocations to the highway fund. At some level, every leader recognizes that a healthy planet is necessary to our quality of life.
And when politicians or pundits lambaste environmentalists for exaggeration or stupidity, they run the most serious risk of all. Those working to protect endangered species and preserve wilderness are safeguarding our planet’s wonderful characteristics for the future. Those working to curb global warming and clean up toxic waste are taking care of our most essential housework. The threats are real. If our leaders take too long to recognize those threats, the planet’s health — and the health of billions of people — will be in danger. Should that come to pass, hindsight won’t be enough.
However our leaders approach issues such as pollution and conservation, it’s up to us to advocate action, and to do what we can in simple and profound ways to live wisely on this planet. So try talking to friends, family and neighbors — even those you normally don’t agree with — about these topics. Leave the “E” word out of the discussion if need be, but you’ll probably be surprised at how much common ground we all share.
Gaia is dying -- suffering at the hands of Humans.... We are not the same... Witches are a different breed that grew up along side of humans. Very sad. Mother Earth needs our help.
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The Dwindling Urban Forest February 11, 2008 4:39 AM
See realted article... Some three-dozen American cities across the country have lost more than one quarter of their tree canopies since 1972, according to American Forests, a Washington D.C- based nonprofit. http://www.americanforests.org
I personaly did this only X3 so, my order came out to me cleaning up 5 metric tons. In the past when I have done this it would also save rainforest land. When I placed my order last night I didn't get that message so, I'll have to wait to see what comes in the mail and if it says I also saved rainforest as well.
Thank you for your gift of $45.00 U.S. to sequester 5 metric tons of carbon by planting trees! 100% of your gift goes directly to The Michoacán Reforestation Fund. GreaterGood Network stores do not receive any profit from the sale of this "gift that gives more;" we bring it to you in the spirit of the greater good.
NASA Team Pinpoints Human Causes of Global Warming September 12, 2008 4:28 AM
Earth Impacts Linked to Human-Caused Climate Change
"Humans are influencing climate through increasing greenhouse gas emissions and the warming is causing impacts on physical and biological systems that are now attributable at the global scale and in North America, Europe, and Asia," said Rosenzweig.
We have 2 acres here and every year we try and put out new bushes that either flower or help feed the birds. Plus we grow two vegie gardens and canned up every thing we can to last a year till next growing season . Love Hazel
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