Susan and Gino:
Thanks for adding me and I very much look forward to meeting you at some point in person.
Your work is outstanding and beautiful. Thank you for your kind words about the book I'm writing. I may ask you at some point to write a guest article for my website, as I believe you both have some extremely valuable and complimentary insight to offer.
Have a wonderful weekend, Suz xo
I marvel at the work that has been accomplished at Ashland ..The individual and collective talent is astounding ,I am very proud to be one of the cornerstone members of a network so dedicated t ochanging the world ,My prayers are with you and al lof your endeavors . I may not be there physically .yet I know ,,,,,Live Love Laugh..
Hi you two! I'm still waiting for dinner with you and our family....hint hint hint! Remember us salt keepers? (And our huge family!) Anyway, can't wait to connect with you both again! If you are around and have the time, let me know and I'd love to have an excuse to whip up a fabulous meal of some type. Love you both, thanks for all you do! Blessings to both of you - Rama
PS - Remember my Indian friends from Smith River, that you met at the Physic Fair in GP last spring? They, as well as a Shaman/Health Researcher are going to be staying at my house and attending a lecture (see event I put up) on the 22nd of November. If you are not busy, you might want to come over for some fellowship, or even attend the lecture? Let me know if this sounds good, would love to have you!
Thanks for all your great work and a gorgeous page Hope you can come and meet/greet with us this Thursday for our first gathering of new members. See the events calendar for more details. Blessings be.
Susan and Gino, happy to meet you here, and love the decor of your special little corner :-) Thanks for your sweet message on my comment wall. Susan, would love to share Moon circle with you, hope you can make it. thank you both for who you are and all that you do. We are greatly blessed!
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Let us all hold the Light as so much change is happening economically and politically that is radiating through the ethers. Collectively we can all make the transition we all seek to bring back harmony and joy and live in peace so we can all return the Source of All Things.
Paros – the lovely island in Greece’s Cycladic region – is famous for its blue-and-white painted architecture, captivating coasts, and turquoise seas. Soon, it will be known for its environmental standards as well. It has been selected to represent a future free of plastic pollution and waste.
The President's comments come after Thunberg hammered President Trump for leaving the Paris Climate Accord. The speech by the far-left climate activist was made at the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland.
There are bipartisan bills in Congress that we could pass right now to ensure the United States remains a global leader in emissions reduction, economic productivity, and clean energy production, all at once.”
That’s what Energy and Commerce Republican Leader Greg Walden (R-OR) said in September, calling on Democrats to work with Republicans on commonsense, bipartisan solutions to protect the environment and our economy.
The United States is joining the One Trillion Trees Initiative, President Donald Trump said on Jan. 21.
Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Trump said the United States is joining the initiative.
“We’re committed to conserving the majesty of God’s creation and the natural beauty of our world,” Trump said.
America “will continue to show strong leadership in restoring, growing, and better managing our trees and our forests,” he added, drawing applause.
The One Trillion Trees Initiative was announced during the forum. It encourages countries to plant trees as part of the effort to combat climate change. The goal is to plant 1 trillion trees by 2050.
Ecologist Dr. Thomas Crowther told the forum last year that humans should plant 1.2 trillion trees to cancel out the past decade of CO2 emissions.
Human activities are behind the extinction crisis. Commercial agriculture, timber extraction, and infrastructure development are causing habitat loss and our reliance on fossil fuels is a major contributor to climate change.
Public corporations are responding to consumer demand and pressure from Wall Street. Professors Christopher Wright and Daniel Nyberg published Climate Change, Capitalism and Corporations last fall, arguing that businesses are locked in a cycle of exploiting the world's resources in ever more creative ways.