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Are you ready for a healthier you in 2015? Join MSKeepItMoving on The Keep It Moving Blog Talk Radio Show with special guests Sharnita L. Smith of FitndFabChics Building Beautiful Bodies and Ronda Bryant, certified Zumba and Fitness instructor. Want to get your body looking tight and do it right? Listen and learn how you too can Eat Clean and Train Mean in 2015!
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.
Skit, "Why is it Touch to Clean up the Niger Delta?" illustrates how the Niger Delta in Nigeria has the worst type of environmental petroleum pollution. They say, the pollution is so bad that it creates the biggest green-house effects in African continent. For years, the United Nation has warned to the Federal government of Nigeria to clean up the Niger Delta petroleum pollution, but to this date, nothing has been done. The people in the Niger Delta suffer not only the environmental pollution, but suffer illness, lack of food, lack of employment and the violence, threats, terrorists among other things.
Rabia Mazhar.....CLEANING PERSON & EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
Victoria Adelegan....POLICE OFFICER
Chief Godwin Oyedokun......HONORABLE
Rev. Sarah Whitten......LOCAL LADY
Hideko Nagashima......LOCAL MAN
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
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!
We will be talking with founder of the nonprofit organization Test Me I'm Clean! Dee Dee Trotter. We will discuss what efforts the organization is taking to combat doping in our sport and also how it affects athletes and fans. We will also talk with Dee Dee about what inspired her to create this organization and how it has changed her experience as an athlete.
Socialize with Test Me I'm Clean! on Facebook and Twitter. If you want to order a wristband or check out more about the organization please visit their website at www.testmeimclean.org