Category Archives for "Sustainability"

Here Come “The Bay Lights” — Can The Bay Bridge Finally Earn Some Respect?

The Bay Area lights up tonight, March 5, 2013, and over the next two years as the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge gets dressed up in individually programmed 25,000 LED lights. Here’s the story and links to the show.

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NASA Video: Mayan Prophesy Wrong, The World Didn’t End

It’s nearly December 21, 2012 and I get that funny feeling that the world’s not gonna end.  NASA agrees. Watch their video: Why the World Didn’t End Yesterday, which they had the audacity to actually produce well before the actual (non) event. Cheeky of them. BREAKING NEWS: It’s confirmed by New Zealand… the world hasn’t […]

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The Weight of the Nation is Crushing America

The HBO documentary, “The Weight of the Nation” is a clarion call for changing our eating habits and the government’s food and farm policies and subsidies. If not, we will all soon have a problem, not just the 2/3rds of us that are overweight or obese, as well as 1/3 of children.

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Happy Birthday to the “Godmother of the Wellness Movement” — You Are Marvelous at 90! (Watch)

All her life, Deborah Szekely, the “Godmother of the Wellness” has been a thriving example of wellness. Now 90, she still works tirelessly to illuminate the harmful actions of agri-business and Big Pharma, and the government’s support of programs that have fueled the country’s obesity epidemic.

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Dr. Hyman: “4 Steps to Get Rid of Toxic Weight”

Best-selling author of The Blood Sugar Solution, Dr. Mark Hyman, introduces the “Quadruple P” model of how he thinks about cleansing. It’s basic, memorable and may help demystify what cleansing/detoxification is all about. Given the hundreds of heavy metal chemicals in our bodies, detoxing is something to consider.

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The Earth Is Full. What To Do? (Watch)

Scientists claim need 1.5 earths to sustain the current consumption levels. What happens when China and India rise to America’s consumption level? Activist and social entrepreneur, Paul Gilding tackles this issue at his TED presentation in a talk called, The Earth is Full. Humans solve the big problems only when in a crisis, Mr. Gilding says. Will there be time this time?

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