Post Tagged with: "water"

Worldchanging Women

Mermaids in NYC? Yes! 3rd Annual Ocean Lifeline Mermaid Lagoon

Mermaids in NYC? Yes! 3rd Annual Ocean Lifeline Mermaid Lagoon

“Once upon a time, in a blue lagoon not so far from New York City, there lived a village full of beautiful Mermaids. Famous for […]

by × July 18, 2012 × 0 comments

Worldchanging Women

Susan Rockefeller's "Mission of Mermaids" Highlights Ocean Conservation Through Film

Susan Rockefeller's "Mission of Mermaids" Highlights Ocean Conservation Through Film

I know I’m not the only woman who went through a prolonged obsession with mermaids. I think any of us who grew up swimming (I […]

by × June 8, 2012 × 0 comments

Creative Arts

Fracking in New York State: Artists, Mark Ruffalo, and Thinking About Water in NYC and Beyond

Fracking in New York State: Artists, Mark Ruffalo, and Thinking About Water in NYC and Beyond

A piece by Winn Rea on display at St. John the Divine On the eve of World Water Day, several hundred people gathered at sunset […]

by × April 2, 2012 × 1 comment

Health Is Beauty, Worldchanging Women

Kristen Bell and The Nature Conservancy Parter with Neutrogena Naturals to Advocate for Water Protection

Kristen Bell and The Nature Conservancy Parter with Neutrogena Naturals to Advocate for Water Protection

(credit – Nature Conservancy site) 1 pair of jeans is the equivalent of 2,000 gallons of water. 1 glass of beer is the equivalent of […]

by × October 14, 2011 × 2 comments

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Ani Phyo's Healthfully Decadent Raw Coconut Kream Recipe

Ani Phyo's Healthfully Decadent Raw Coconut Kream Recipe

Dessert has always been my favorite part of any meal (though I do love apps!) and while I’ve managed to tame my sweet tooth in […]

by × February 2, 2011 × 0 comments

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Hot Latin Calendar Draws Attention to Climate Change, Extinction, Conservation

Hot Latin Calendar Draws Attention to Climate Change, Extinction, Conservation

Puerto Rican Alessandra Rampolla embodies global warming as the January image for the Ecological Footprint calendar. As reported by Treehugger, the Ecological Footprint calendar is […]

by × January 14, 2010 × 1 comment

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Eco-Chic Decor from Bacchus-Inspired Aesthetics

Eco-Chic Decor from Bacchus-Inspired Aesthetics

Guest post by Shireen Quodosi What comes more easily in this economy than an assortment of empty wine bottles after you’ve just thrown a smashing […]

by × September 13, 2009 × 4 comments

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Crude, the Film, Shows Real Price of America's Oil Addiction (Hint: It's Not Just the Environment)

Crude, the Film, Shows Real Price of America's Oil Addiction (Hint: It's Not Just the Environment)

Crude is the story of a community of 30,000 tribal members in the Amazonian jungle of Ecuador who hold a corporation to bear for its […]

by × August 10, 2009 × 2 comments

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How Sustainable is Your Favorite Wine? Greenopia Rates 25 Wineries

How Sustainable is Your Favorite Wine? Greenopia Rates 25 Wineries

Greenopia has just rated 25 wineries for their environmental impact. Here’s why: Any oenophile worth her spitting glass has heard the dire stories about how […]

by × July 29, 2009 × 0 comments

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Soy's Eco Creds

Last month, when Starre asked us all for our New Year’s resolutions, I didn’t have to think twice about them because I’ve been thinking so […]

by × January 30, 2009 × 1 comment