Prolific Photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen Set To Premier His Latest Collection

World renowned American nature photographer, Thomas D. Mangelsen will be having an exclusive gallery event for his new “Forever Wild” Limited Edition Collection Which captures the spirit wild horses. The event will be held at MANGELSEN—Images of Nature Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming on September 18 at 5-9pm By Thomas D. Mangelsen Growing up in Nebraska I spent much of my youth on farms and ranches … Continue reading Prolific Photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen Set To Premier His Latest Collection

The Need to Grow A Life Transforming Film

By Vernon Nickerson Sometimes the best independent films are life-transforming. Other times watching and listening to an exceptionally well-told story makes the heart sing. From the collaborative team of Rob Herring (Writer-Director) and Ryan Wirick (Director), The Need to Grow is that film. The subtitle, “Save the SOIL, Save the WORLD,” summarizes an intimate journey of a mother and Girl Scout Troup leader (Ms. Monica … Continue reading The Need to Grow A Life Transforming Film

Popular Weather Subject

By Stephan Pisko, The weather has always been a very “surviving connected subject” but in recent years’ this has escalated dramatically because of “guilty climate fluctuational environment changeovers” worldwide the human being feels extremely responsible for what has and is taking place on the globe. The subject of weather (is/has) become one of the world’s most discussed areas’ in recent human memory it is very … Continue reading Popular Weather Subject

This Spring Has Been Challenging And At The Same Time Abundant

By Jannie Vaught Although the gardens are slower than normal the fruit and nuts trees are hanging full. And when the sunshine breaks through the cloud cover it will be a garden extravaganza! I am referring to this season as my adapting to the weather experience. Every day is a new learning column in my personal book of how to garden. I would like to … Continue reading This Spring Has Been Challenging And At The Same Time Abundant

A Review Of SEASPIRACY: A Secret Plan To Do Harm To the Ocean’s Ecosystems

By Vernon Nickerson Seaspiracy, which I am defining for purposes of this review as a secret plan to do harm to the ocean’s ecosystems comes out on Netflix in a time when a flood of revelations across multiple disciplines has rushed forth in the vacuum created by the absence of Donald J. Trump’s shrill science denial ignorance. If the cruelty and savage slaughter towards sentient … Continue reading A Review Of SEASPIRACY: A Secret Plan To Do Harm To the Ocean’s Ecosystems

Bloomberg Philanthropies “ Paris to Pittsburgh” Is A passionate Documentary About The Impact Of Change

By Monteque Pope-Le Beau It is hard to believe that there are those that still believe climate change is a hoax with the horrendous climate disasters and events playing out each and everyday. With the wildfires raging on in California, drought in Texas, daytime flooding in Florida  and lives across the country been disrupted it is not a fable illusion that climate change is coming, … Continue reading Bloomberg Philanthropies “ Paris to Pittsburgh” Is A passionate Documentary About The Impact Of Change

The Documentary “Whale” Takes A Comprehensive Look At A cornerstone Of Tradition Of The Japanese Village Taij

By William Engel The year 2009 saw the release of “The Cove”, a harrowing documentary about the Japanese village of Taiji and their barbaric practice of ritualistic whaling. Nearly ten years later, “A Whale of a Tale” strives to set the record straight. “A Whale of a Tale” documents the journey of Jay Alabaster, an intrepid journalist sent to Taiji to take a more comprehensive … Continue reading The Documentary “Whale” Takes A Comprehensive Look At A cornerstone Of Tradition Of The Japanese Village Taij

Human Greed: Go Back, We Fracked Up Everything!

By: Stephan Pisko The greater the human population the greater the chances for humongous human greed with so many more cultures and countries buying into world system structure technologies – fast food – make more – do more – get extra – do the most – get the most – it’s real greed grabbing gusto worldwide to think of (9) billion plus people with virtually … Continue reading Human Greed: Go Back, We Fracked Up Everything!

Dahr Jamail | Thanks to Climate Disruption, Earth Is Already Losing Critical Biosphere Components

By Dahr Jamail, Truthout | Report Original Truthout article can be found here Support your favorite writers by making sure we can keep publishing them! Make a donation to Truthout to ensure independent journalism survives.   Two weeks ago, I gave a keynote presentation about anthropogenic climate disruption (ACD) at a large sustainability conference in Chico, California. During the question-and-answer session following my talk, a … Continue reading Dahr Jamail | Thanks to Climate Disruption, Earth Is Already Losing Critical Biosphere Components