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Mindful Consumerism

Mindful Consumerism

The holidays are an important time to think about consumption, specifically, the impact that our own consumption has on the environment. Consumerism is related to consumption but it describes a particular worldview related to our consumption patterns. Everyone must consume resources like food and water in order to survive. Such...

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A Resource Shared by All

A Resource Shared by All

Air is a resource shared by all. Unlike water, which can be collected and distributed through pipes, air circulates around the entire globe, unrestricted by most physical barriers. More so than any other resource, all of us share the air, and the amount to which we benefit from this resource...

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Preserving one of Earth's Most Valuable Resources

Preserving one of Earth's Most Valuable Resources

“When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world.” - John Muir   Deforestation is the clearing of a forest or stand of trees where the land is thereafter converted to a non-forest use, often resulting in damage to the quality...

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Leading the Way to a Sustainable Future

Leading the Way to a Sustainable Future

Sustainability has often been defined as meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. The word “sustainability” shares the root of the word “sustenance”, which refers to the maintaining of someone or something in life or existence. A healthy relationship...

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Food and Water Security

Food and Water Security

When Hurricane Harvey struck Texas’s Gulf Coast, tens of thousands of homes where either damaged or destroyed and over 1 million people were displaced. In Beaumont, 118,000 were left without drinking water after floods disabled the city’s system. While officials are still struggling to restore water supplies, families are struggling...

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