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If I Were the Blue Collar Prince of America
Green Lifestyle  (tags: americans, media, politics, socialsecurity, energy, Sustainabililty, world, humanrights, politics, society, society, Sustainabililty, technology, sustainable, environment )

- 39 days ago -
Ideas I have for helping to empower local communities to be able to take care of themselves, while thinking for themselves. Call it what you will but when done will give power back to the people.
Sign on as a Citizen Supporter of Our Farm to School Act ACTION US
Green Lifestyle  (tags: The National Sustainable Agriculture Coa, The National Farm to School Network, Child Nutrition Act 2015, sustainable, health, children )

- 58 days ago -
The bill is a win-win-win for farmers, students, and communities âEUR" it increases childrenâEUR(TM)s access to fresh foods, supports family farmers, and helps to build strong local food economies.
19 Organic Food Organizations and Businesses Working to Protect Consumers and the Global Environment
Green Lifestyle  (tags: greenliving, environment, organic, food orgs, sustainable, ecosystems )

- 74 days ago -
Many entrepreneurs, farmers, researchers, and agricultural scientists are working around the globe to protect the integrity of organic labels and ensure continued growth within the sector.
Love Song To The Earth
Green Lifestyle  (tags: wildlife, environment, ecosystems, earth, music, lovesong, artists, protection )

- 85 days ago -
Love Song to the Earth brings together some of the biggest names in music -- including Sir Paul McCartney, Jon Bon Jovi, Sheryl Crow, Fergie, Colbie Caillat and Natasha Bedingfield -- to record a song dedicated to keeping the Earth safe.
Should Food Labelling Show Water Footprint?
Green Lifestyle  (tags: water footprint, humans, animals, food labelling, water, agriculture, meat production )

- 111 days ago -
"The majority of water consumption is by agricultural industries and in particular things like rice and also meat production," he said. "I think perhaps if consumers knew the quantities of water embedded in those products they might question or they...
Green Lifestyle  (tags: Save The Bees, Greenpeace, UK, Environment Secretary, Elizabeth Truss, Neonicotinoids, reverse decision, protection )

- 113 days ago -
Environment Secretary Truss went against growing scientific evidence, accepted a request made by UK farmers to use the bee-harming pesticide again this autumn. Join the call asking Truss to reverse her dangerous decision to allow bee-harming neonicotinoid
Germany Breaks a Renewable Energy Record
Green Lifestyle  (tags: Germany, good news, environment, energy, humans, wind and solar power, world, technology, society )

- 120 days ago -
GermanyâEUR(TM)s transition from coal- and oil-fired power to carbon-free electricity hit a new milestone on July 25 when solar, wind, and other sources of renewable energy met 78 percent of the dayâEUR(TM)s energy demand.
How to Attract Beneficial Bugs
Green Lifestyle  (tags: ecosystems, habitat, environment, garden, humans, bugs, green, eco-friendly )

- 153 days ago -
Some bugs eat our crops, but fortunately, there are other bugs that eat those plant-eating bugs. The trick is to make your garden appeal to them. Just like in the world of mammals, in the insect world, there are plant-eaters and there are animal-eaters.
Eco-Goats Got Invasives? Get Goats!
Green Lifestyle  (tags: goats, goat lawn mowers, family friendly, cost effective, eco-friendly, videos )

- 177 days ago -
It is easy to see that our roadsides, open fields, woodlands and backyards are becoming overrun with invasive species and other unwanted vegetation. Machines often can't get to problem areas, humans hands are very labor intensive
How To Bring Back Butterflies: Make Vineyards Sustainable
Green Lifestyle  (tags: pesticides, environment, green, food, good news, vineyards, Monarch Butterflies, protection, eco-friendly, organic, health, interesting, humans, garden, world )

- 187 days ago -
Butterfly numbers have taken a disastrous plummet in recent years. But a new study finds that lower pesticide use in vineyards leads to hugely increased numbers of everyone's favorite insect.
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