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New Year, New Sustainable You

(Family Features) Committing to healthier living isn’t just about calories and fitness. Choosing a healthier lifestyle also means making smarter choices for the world around you, especially when it comes to eating and other daily routines. Commit to doing your part for a healthier environment with these tips: In and Around the Kitchen What you eat accounts for a great…

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Magnetic Fields offer Earlier Tsunami Warnings

Magnetic Fields offer Earlier Tsunami Warnings A new insight into magnetic fields, generated by tsunamis in seawater, might lead to earlier tsunami warnings for people who would otherwise be in danger. https://tnc.network/science/ Subscribe to our newsletter at https://tnc.network/newsletter/ Become a patron at https://www.patreon.com/storiesthismoment We thank you for the support! Source: Earth-Sky https://earthsky.org/earth/tsunami-warnings-magnetic-fields/ https://www.americangeosciences.org/critical-issues/faq/how-are-tsunami-early-warnings-issued

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Winter Solstice… Winter is here, are you excited?

[videopack id=”81420″]https://videos.files.wordpress.com/Gg4zqR2v/my-promo-video-408-hd.mp4[/videopack] Winter Solstice is both the shortest day and the longest night of the year. The winter solstice, also called the hiemal solstice, hibernal solstice, and brumal solstice, occurs when either of Earth‘s poles reaches its maximum tilt away from the Sun. This happens twice yearly, once in each hemisphere (Northern and Southern). For that hemisphere, this is the day with the shortest period of daylight and longest night of the year,…

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The Consequences of Our Inactions

    The Consequences of Our Inactions By Dr. Tim G Williams The world today is too small for nations to resort to petty squabbles that have always had reverberating consequences for their nations populations. In fact they have had drastic after effects for the whole world. The United States is not alone in exasperating global conditions. But, we have…

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National Park Foundation Recognizes Corporate Partners that Help Protect and Enhance National Parks for Present and Future Generations

As 2021 winds down and we prepare to welcome 2022, the National Park Foundation (NPF) is recognizing the many ways that corporate partners have supported NPF’s mission throughout the year. With more than 400 national parks in the National Park System, NPF depends upon the commitment and generosity of private philanthropy to help keep parks accessible, relevant, sustainable, and resilient. Generous gifts…

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Environmental Education

Teach kids how to protect the Earth (Family Features) Teaching kids about the environment from a early age starts lifelong habits and creates awareness about the way humans affect the Earth. Connecting those lessons to school is an easy way to reinforce how the whole family can make everyday changes that make a difference. Lower lunchtime impact. Between brown bags,…

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New NOAA tool pinpoints natural disaster risk down to county level

    NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) has released an innovative mapping tool that provides county-level information on natural disaster hazards across the United States. This new feature provides significant enhancements to the state-level data on NOAA’s Billion-Dollar Disasters website. Developed by NCEI with data from NOAA, FEMA and academic institutions, this interactive NOAA mapping tool provides detailed information on a…

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Making an Environmental Impact

(Family Features)As part of an effort to positively impact environmental change, many consumers care about the effect their shopping decisions may have on the world around them. As a way to aid in that mission, ALDI, which has never offered single-use plastic shopping bags, is aiming to make 100 percent of its private-label product packaging reusable, recyclable or compostable by…

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