Category Archives: sustainability

Podcast: Fracking & Trafficking – Prostitution Research & Education

This podcast has been in the works for some time. The connections between fracking and trafficking and prostitution are complex and rarely addressed in popular culture, as is prostitution as the oppression of women in most popular discussion. We are … Continue reading

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How to Make Nitrogen Rich Compost

How to make Nitrogen Rich Compost. Can we compost fish? Fish scraps help us to create nitrogen rich compost to grow healthy vegetable plants. And this saves you money! No need to buy fish emulsion. Continue reading

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Reduce Waste, Help Your Environment & Curb Climate Change

I think we have all been trying to reduce waste, especially plastic waste for sometime now. Some of our local laws have helped us in this direction by prohibiting grocery outlets handing out free plastic bags that end up in … Continue reading

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Mother Nature’s Antibiotics

Mother Nature probably has a plant of some kind to balance every microbe problematic to humans and other species. Our foremothers were scientists. And we benefit from all that herbal and plant wisdom today. Here is a list of Nature’s antibiotics! Continue reading

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Grain Free Waffles with Cassava Flour

Are you thinking about going Grain Free? Well, me too:) I have been grain free for a few months now and have experienced a real reduction in inflammation. Continue reading

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G20 Gender Equality News

The Women’s Environment and Development Organization (WEDO) was at the G20 meeting this month and sends us a lot of good news from around the world. “All G20 countries have committed to promote gender equality through adopting the 2030 Agenda … Continue reading

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Parthenon of Banned Books – The Good News Wins

Events of the world take turns toward the good in abundance. A Parthenon of Banned Books and the good news wins again! The list of good news grows every day. Let us not stay in despair too long when we hear the bad news, because the good news is soon to follow. Search it out and then share it. Continue reading

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Earth Day Eco-Feminism & Resources

Well, we certainly need Feminism on this Earth Day 2017! Eco-Feminists have long made the connection between the oppression of women and earth’s degradation and resource exploitation. Earth Day Feminism is an important and essential part of the Climate Change Solution. As we say at Green Woman Store:
“Green Women make informed choices and negotiate outcomes that balance biodiversity, conservation, and human development needs” Continue reading

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Why Eat Organic by Sandi Star

Eat Organic Foods! You limit your exposure to synthetic insecticides, fungicides and herbicides, because organic farming avoids using these chemicals. Additionally, by eating organic foods, you limit your intake of growth hormones and antibiotics, because organic meat and dairy farmers are prohibited from using hormones and antibiotics in organic livestock and dairy production. Finally, by eating organic foods, you limit your intake of GMO (genetically modified) foods because organic farmers cannot raise genetically modified crops or livestock — or use production aids/feeds that are genetically modified.” Sandi J. Star, HHP, CNC, Founder of KarmicHealth.com Continue reading

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Feminist Scholars on the U.S. Presidency

Just so we all know we are not acting alone in our coming efforts to maintain a peaceful world and functioning democracy, you will be strengthened by reading this all-encompassing public statement by scholarly women of grit:
A STATEMENT BY FEMINIST SCHOLARS ON THE ELECTION OF DONALD TRUMP AS PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES Continue reading

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