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The search for clean air continues! Season 1, Episode 4 of Chasing Clean Air: Best of Mendocino with Donna Barnett is brought to you by Boardwalk Yogurt in Venice Beach, CA
Clean air Mendocino County located on the Northern California coast is alive with music, the arts, and giant Redwoods! Tallest trees in the world! Up to 378 feet!
Mendocino's remaining 1000+ year old trees were saved from logging thanks to The Save the Redwoods League and The Mendocino Land Trust. In this inspirational episode, learn how individuals saved the 426-acre Noyo River Redwood property and its endangered species for future generations!
Special guests: Winston Bowen, President of The Mendocino Land Trust; Allan Pollack, Artistic Director of Mendocino Music Festival July 13 - 27 2013; Mark Sejvar of Visit Mendocino.
Donna Barnett's Chasing Clean Air blog & radio show explore clean air destinations & sustainable solutions to air pollution. You can also follow at twitter.com/chasingcleanair
Chasing Clean Air: The search for clean air continues! Tune in to listen to Season 1, Episode 1 of Chasing Clean Air with Donna Barnett. Brought to you by Boardwalk Yogurt in Venice Beach, Calif.
Donna reunites with elementary school friend, Audrey, who believes Donna must chase clean air in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Find out why as we explore this quaint town on the banks of the Huron River with a creative community pushing sustainability; a scant 6 miles from the world-renowned University of Michigan and 25 miles from the world's automotive center, Detroit.
Our honored guest will be clean air hero, Dave Strenksi, Founder of SolarYpsi. Dave and a loose group of volunteers are designing and installing solar installations around town with the intention of making Ypsilanti a "solar destination". (And he's not the one calling from Los Angeles!) I'm looking forward to Dave's contribution to our show, and hope you'll be inspired to take action toward cleaner air in your community, too!
After the show, check out Chasing Clean Air blog, 1,300 original articles on the clean air theme.
Tune in to listen to Season 1, Episode 2 of Chasing Clean Air with Donna Barnett. Brought to you by Boardwalk Yogurt in Venice Beach, CA.
In northwestern British Columbia, Prince Rupert invigorates with fresh air! Special guests: Monika Clifton, Marketing Director of Tourism Prince Rupert, Debbie Davis of Prince Rupert Adventure Tours and Nikki Skuce of Forest Ethics.
Rev your imagination as we "journey" to the Khutzeymateen Sanctuary for Grizzlies! Hop aboard a boat to "see" Humpback whales! The sacred Skeena River (recently saved from Shell Oil drilling by activists!) has the world's biggest salmon runs. Great Bear Rainforest with white spirit bears, too!
Prince Rupert is near public ferries, train, Alaska & Queen Charlottes.
Donna Barnett's Chasing Clean Air explores clean air destinations and sustainable lifest
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Season 1, Episode 3 of Chasing Clean Air with Donna Barnett is brought to you by Boardwalk Yogurt in Venice Beach, CA
Three Rivers is the gateway community to Sequoia National Park, which is alive with music, the arts, and Native "Yokuts" American history! And good-tidings from Nature's "high". The nearby General Sherman Tree is considered the largest tree in the world estimated at 2,200 years old and resides in the Giant Forest, one of 75 sequoia groves! Sequoia trees grow to 311 feet and 3,200 years! Oh my!
Special guests: John Elliott, Public Historian and Publisher of The Kaweah Commonwealth, Dennis Villavicencio owner of Buckeye Tree Lodge, Rick McVaigh of San Joaquin Valley Air Quality Control, & Rusty Crain of High Sierra Jazz Band.
Donna Barnett's Chasing Clean Air blog & radio show explore clean air destinations & sustainable lifestyles, reaching tens of thousands of clean air enthusiasts with helpful information.
Conrad Johnson has led an adventuresome life, having grown up on the mean streets of Detroit and then traveling the world as a Merchant Seaman and Literature teacher. He's an independent novelist, contributor to online ezines, blogger and amateur musician. Clean Kill is his latest novella full of irony about the struggles of independent publishing.
It is not uncommon for people, often when in a hurry, to put on a sweet perfume when attempting to conceal an unpleasant odor. Depending upon the amount used, it does work, but only for awhile and only if people do not get too close.
That is because the perfume, which is detached from its good smelling source, cannot perpetually overcome the stink which is still generating from its source.
What is true of personal hygiene is also true of spiritual maintenance: what is put on as a cover can only mask the truth so well, and only for so long. A "stank" attitude can be masked by charitable words and good deeds, but those words and deeds will not correct a corrupt spirit, anymore than perfume will correct body odor.
For both personal hygiene and spiritual maintenance, clean is the cure for unpleasant smells. For the clean body, perfume is an adornment, not a concealer; for the clean spirit charitable words and good deeds are a window into a purged soul, and not a prism that provides a distorted view.
Maybe it is time to come clean....
In 1956, Geoscientist, Marion King Hubbert predicted that, for any given geographical area, from an individual oil field to the planet as a whole, the rate of petroleum production of the reserve over time would resemble a bell curve. Based on his theory, he presented a paper to the 1956 meeting of the American Petroleum Institute in San Antonio, Texas, which predicted that overall petroleum production would peak in the United States between the late 1960s and the early 1970s.
While Dr. Hubbert’s analysis may have missed the mark in terms of date, one only has to look at the price at the gas pump to see that the days of cheap petroleum are gone. In the past, one gallon of oil produced 100 gallons. Now production efficiencies cost 1 gallon per 3 gallons in new sources like tar sands. These costs do not include the public health impacts or environmental degradation further inflating fossil fuels actual costs to society. With American fossil fuel companies spending only 0.42% of sales in research and development (the pharmaceutical industry spends 20.5%), the time has now come to push forward and invest in a clean energy future.
Tune in to this segment of The Clean Energy View Radio Show, as host, June Stoyer talks to the Reverend Mitch Hescox about peak oil. The Rev. Mitchell Hescox serves as President/CEO of The Evangelical Environmental Network publisher, Creation Care Magazine. The Evangelical Environmental Network is a ministry dedicated to the care of God’s creation. He has testified before Congress, appeared on CNN, NPR, PRI and numerous radio programs both Christian and secular. He has also been named one of the ten Environmental Religious Saints by Huffington Post. Stay tuned!
On this episode of The VDown with Michael V, we have the one and only Stacey Morris. Stacey Morris is not only a DDP Yoga Warrior, she is also one of the truly great DDP Yoga success stories. When Stacey started DDP Yoga she was at 345 pounds and was a size 28. Now she is a size 8! She dropped 20 sizes! Since then, she is a co-host on DDP Radio on blogtalkradio.com with Mike Mullins from mikeat90percent.com and Robert McLaren and has wrote her own cookbook/memoir. The name of that book is "Clean Comfort." You can get it at Amazon.com for the Kindle and it is now available on paperback! Do not miss this next episode of The VDown with Michael V with guest Stacey Morris and hear about her struggles and triumphs and her book "Clean Comfort"!
It is a story of waste, like coke bottles, plastic containers and left over food. They are part of the environmental degradation. That means they can really dirty the environment and become the part of global warming. You did not know? Listen to what these wastes like leftover food, bottles and plastic are talking on this show. You will know what really happen to them after dumping them in disposal. You can find the script here.
Rabia Mazhar....HAMBURGER, FRIED CHICKEN
Hideko Nagashima....COKE BOTTLE, PLASTIC CONTAINER
Global Eco Theatre is designed to convey difficult-to-understand problems in Nigeria such as witch-craft, corruption, lack of safety and the worst petroleum pollution in Africa to the International community in an aesthetic form so that people around the world can join solvinghe problems. The regions contributes major cause of global warming and climate change. Our website: http://www.swacin.com