Author Archives: health4earth

Celebrate Our Earth

Happy Earth Day, I hope you can get outside and enjoy the marvelous spring changes! Go for a walk. The first Earth Day on April 22, 1970, was a day set aside to think about creating lifestyles to reduce waste and … Continue reading

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Climate Change Is Real!

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Five Signs the Climate is Changing

Where I live the climate is clearly changing and impossible to deny.  See the video from Climate Reality on five indicators the climate is changing. View    here.  Five Changes from Climate Reality: Air temperatures over land are rising. It’s clear … Continue reading

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Storm Lake Wins a Pulitzer

We love an underdog, and when a small town Iowa newspaper takes on the industry that dominates its state you pay attention! The Storm Lake Times has just won a Pulitzer Prize for editorials on Iowa’s water problems caused by agriculture. To me this is a … Continue reading

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Our Urban Rivers

We all live on lakeshore. If you have a storm drain on your street it probably drains to a lake or river. The crap we are inadvertently putting in our rivers is cause for concern, and we must become more … Continue reading

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Pure Michigan

A few years ago when I drove into Michigan and saw “Pure Michigan” signs everywhere.  I thought it was a refreshing slogan.  Michigan is surrounded by the Great Lakes of Lake Superior, Lake Huron, and Lake Michigan. But then tainted lead … Continue reading

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A Thought for Meatless Monday

This is from the National Resources Defense Council (NRDC)

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