Archive for the ‘green environment’ Category

Stop Throwing Food at the Problem. Take Less but the Best!

Friday, September 26th, 2008

As a country, when Americans encounter hardship, we tend to throw money at the problem. It's a reflection of an abundant lifestyle, and rarely gets us out of trouble. For example, faced with the need for socio-economic institutional reform in our banking structure, we're poised to throw nearly a trillion ...

The 11 Essential Skills to Teach Your Children

Wednesday, September 10th, 2008

As my children continue to sprout, I find myself focused on sharing with them the essential skills which I believe a self-sufficient adult should master. These are low-tech, perennial disciplines which I intend to offer my family. Read through these, and let me know what your essential self-sufficiency skills are. ...

Zero Waste Exercise: A Concept Come…

Saturday, August 9th, 2008

One of my students from my German workshop in Haltern posted to my original thread - ZeroWasteExercise.com - that the first  green  discotecque opened in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Simultaneously, I received this story from another student in California: LONDON, England (CNN) -- Would you still watch your favorite television program if you had to ...

Kombucha: Nectar of the Gods

Thursday, July 31st, 2008

For a little over a year, I've become rather smitten with the results I've received from one particular brand of one specific herbal teas. In Russia in the mid 90s, I was first introduced to something called chianiy grib or "mushroom tea." It was used as a performance supplement during afternoon ...

The Evolution of Green Medicine

Wednesday, July 30th, 2008

This article contributed by CST Instructor, Scott Fraser at Medicine Planet. "We, the People of Earth, are living within an era of Transformation. We now find ourselves on the tipping point of an epic shift. The diversity of this situation includes planetary changes in climate, geomagnetics, and biodiversity; radical ...

Why Organic Food?

Monday, July 28th, 2008

"Nature gives all of Her wealth to human beings. Just as Nature is dedicated to helping us, We too should be dedicated to helping Nature. Only then can the harmony between Nature and humanity be preserved." - Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi Many years ago, traditional agriculture used methods that respected nature's ...

8 Tips to Prevent Disease through Food Choices

Sunday, June 15th, 2008

Fears grow that MRSA variant has entered food chain “Scientists revealed yesterday that three patients in separate hospitals were infected with the ST398 strain, which is found in factory-farmed pigs in the Netherlands. None of the humans had a close association with farm animals, raising the possibility that the superbug ...

ZeroWasteExercise.com

Friday, May 30th, 2008

ZeroWasteExercise.com is my latest philanthropy. As an ardent environmentalist (as opposed to limitless consumerist), I've written in the past regarding ethically responsible exercise. When you head down the logical road of imagining the utility of exercise, you must first trace back your roots. Why do we exercise? Firstly, because of insufficient physical ...

Air Flow Car: 100% Green Go-Go

Friday, January 25th, 2008

Can you imagine driving 125 miles at 70MPH and only have to pay $3 to fill your tank? And what if that fuel had absolutely clean breathable air as an emission? Oh, yeah, and what if the car cost less than $7,000? Sound like a dream? Nope. Not anymore. Allow me ...