Saving our ancient giant redwoods could help save the planet

David Milarch The Man-Who-Planted-TreesAs the genetics versus Nature controversy rages on, one related issue may prove crucial to the survival of the planet.

Trees have an enormous impact on our planet. They act as natural filters, capturing carbon dioxide, help clean pollution from the air, and provide critical habitat for wildlife. They also contribute to the overall well-being and health of humans, our oceans and all life.

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Concerns for toxic chemical use in the news

Pesticides signConsumers have reason to be concerned. The use of toxic chemicals is seriously on the rise. And their effects, although our federal “watchdog” agencies are officially touting them to be safe, look to be real cause for concern (to put it mildly).

Here are a few stories that hit the news today. Judge for yourselves, then you might want to make some changes.

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Get Your Creative On in this free webinar!

Get Your Creative On snapshotDid you miss the last one? Then be sure to get on board for Get Your Creative On: Designing Green Solutions to Meet Everyday Challenges Thursday, April 25th from 1-2 pm PST.

In this special free webinar that I’m leading. you’ll:

  • learn how to come up with solutions to real-life green-related challenges
  • discover what it takes to have an idea become a reality.
  • find how to tap into your ability to be the innovator you dreamed you could be.

See some of the cool green innovative products I’ve written about as I discuss what it took for their inventors to go from a cool idea to a done deal product. It’l be fun and there will be time for questions too.

So SIGN UP TODAY! Don’t wait another minute! Be my special guest and tell your friends and colleagues about it too!  Haven’t you waited long enough to do something amazingly creative?

Celebrate Earth Day every day with earth-friendly products

Go Green Readers reading glasses made with recycled materials

Go Green Readers are made with recycled materials

As quickly as winter has morphed into spring, Earth Day has come and gone. An estimated 1 billion people in more than 192 countries around the world celebrated this global conversation on how to have a more positive impact on the planet.

With so many of us moving towards greening our lifestyles, I thought it would be fun to look at some earth-friendly products.

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Conservation group planting cloned ancient trees today

Archangel-Ancient-Tree-Archive 1Forests used to cover a large majority of land across the globe hundreds of years ago. Today forests cover just 31 percent of the world’s land surface. Deforestation due to logging, for agriculture and pastures as well as harvesting wood for fuel and industrial use have taken a heavy toll, wiping out critical wildlife habitat and releasing stored carbon into the atmosphere.

David Milarch, co-founder of Archangel Ancient Tree Archive, has been striving to help save some of our most ancient treasures – some of the oldest trees still in existence in the world. For the past two decades, Milarch and his two sons have raced against time, snipping branches and seedlings from the world’s biggest and most durable trees and have created clones of them in hopes of restoring ancient forests and helping to fight climate change.

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Get your creative on – join the free webinar

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Discover what you need to take an great idea from imagination to create a new, environmentally-conscious innovation. Join tomorrow’s free webinar – Imagination to Innovation: Designing Green Solutions to Meet Today’s Challenges.

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California ag-gag bill is dead

Farm animalsA number of states have recently moved to criminalize those who would go undercover and document abuses to farm animals. However there’s good news.

California’s efforts in this direction have now failed.

AB-343 is now dead in the water. The bill would have criminalized undercover photography and video footage captured at farms and slaughterhouses. It even would have exempted farms from turning over any footage of animal cruelty captured on surveillance cameras.

It’s a victory for farm animals and for those who care about how they’re treated. Hopefully this will send a signal to other legislatures that similar bills should be quashed.