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Nike, Artist Steven Harrington Team Up for Earth Day Capsule

Nike is getting artistic for Earth Day thanks to a collaboration with artist Steven Harrington.
The sports giant teamed with the Los Angeles-based painter to create a capsule collection intended to inspire love for the planet. Harrington is best known for his colorful California-inspired psychedelic pop works that often include dog and palm tree characters, an aesthetic he transferred to three Nike footwear models.
The Nike Flyleather by Steven Harrington collection includes an Air Force 1, a Blazer and a Cortez, each of which were created using Nike Flyleather, a proprietary sustainable material that uses at least 50 percent recycled leather.
Harrington said Nike reached out to him about a year ago to see if he’d be interested in working on the project, “and when it hit my desk, I was so excited,” he said. “I’m such a fan of the brand and the topic itself.”
Although he has worked with Nike in the past, the “different scope” of this project, and its overriding message about sustainability really hit home.
Harrington admitted that translating his art to footwear required a different mind-set. “In the initial concepting and talking with the designers within Nike,” he said, “I took the notion of footwear completely out of my

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Books of The Times: In ‘The Uninhabitable Earth,’ Apocalypse Is Now

David Wallace-Wells’s book, expanding on his viral article in New York magazine, is a lushly written look at the “climate chaos” that will increasingly take over our lives.
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Scientists warn of ‘largest extinction event on Earth’

Dramatic declines in insect numbers could see 40% of species die out in the “largest extinction event on Earth” for millions of years.
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Walk Off the Earth Keyboardist Mike ‘Beard Guy’ Taylor Dies

Mike “Beard Guy” Taylor, keyboardist and singer in the Canadian band Walk Off the Earth, died Sunday from natural causes, the group confirmed in a statement. pic.twitter.com/TZCWGeGSAT — Walk off the Earth (@WalkOffTheEarth) December 31, 2018 “It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved brother and band member, Mike ‘Beard […]

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Books of The Times: In ‘The Earth Dies Streaming,’ Film Criticism That Transcends Raves and Pans

A. S. Hamrah, the resident movie critic of the journal n+1, is committed to his ambivalence, conveying it with a mixture of precision and conviction.
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New images of ‘hippo’ asteroid as it zips past Earth

Earth is not on a collision course with a massive asteroid, detailed pictures of the nearby flying object have revealed.
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JaVale McGee is the greatest dad on earth

The Lakers are poised to be an NBA high-wire act. So what better place to prep their new big man, JaVale McGee, and his baby girl than at circus school?
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Lela Rose Broadens Range Via Bridal Jewelry Collaboration With Brilliant Earth

LELA SPARKLES: In a first for her company, Lela Rose has teamed with Brilliant Earth to create a collection of engagement rings and wedding bands.
Over the years, Rose has received her share of partnership proposals that missed the mark. “Diapers was definitely interesting,” Rose said. “And a very well-known soda company wanted us to do a collaboration. I was like, ‘Nooo.’ I just feel so strongly about what that does to your health. To me, that would almost be like a cigarette company saying, ‘Can you do this?’”
Brilliant Earth’s commitment to ethically and responsibly sourced diamonds won over the designer. The fine jewelry company’s use of recycled metals and conflict-free diamonds were other bonuses, as well as its support of communities where products are sourced. “That finally felt like the right company to partner with so we’re really excited about it,” Rose said.
The new Brilliant Earth X Lela Rose Bridal Jewelry collection will feature six engagement rings and two wedding bands, all in platinum, 14K rose gold, 18K white gold or 18K yellow gold. It will debut on Brilliant Earth’s site and the designer’s own on Sept. 27. Retail prices will range from $ 2,190 to $ 4,390. The rings will also be

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Object twice size of Earth hit Uranus and caused it to tilt

The planet Uranus was given its tilt after being hit in a “cataclysmic collision” by a massive object roughly twice the size of Earth, new research has suggested.
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Kyrie Irving Doesn’t Know if the Earth Is Round or Flat. He Does Want to Discuss It.

In his most extensive comments to date, the Boston Celtics star Kyrie Irving questioned again whether the Earth is round: “You know that for sure? Like, I don’t know.”
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Revealed: Why days on Earth are getting longer

A new study has revealed days are getting longer as the Earth’s rotation slows.
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Astronauts return to Earth after 2,600 orbits

Three astronauts have returned to Earth after five months in space and 2,688 orbits of the planet.
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Can Research on Astronauts Lead to Better Sleep on Earth?

The lights that NASA is testing on sleep-deprived astronauts in space may also help people on planet earth get more rest.
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‘Space ant’ fired laser at Earth, say astronomers

Astronomers have detected an extremely rare laser emission from the “spectacular” Ant Nebula which suggests a double star system is hidden at its core.
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‘Planet Earth’ Parody Reads A Little Too Much Into Animal Behavior

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The singer did a folksy, country rendition of the funk and soul hit “September.”
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Chris Evans, a.k.a. Captain America, Comes Back Down to Earth

Why the linchpin of Marvel’s “Avengers” movies — and walking image of American fortitude — is giving it all up to play a villain on Broadway (and learn to tap dance).
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This tiny baby dino bird once walked the earth

The skeleton of a tiny prehistoric baby bird may provide clues to scientists learning how avian species first evolved, a new study says.
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Scene Stealers: Welcome to the Campiest Place on Earth

“I don’t know how corporate would react if they knew I was moonlighting as a mermaid,” said one of the hired swimmers at the Sip ‘n Dip tiki bar.
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SpaceX: Anywhere on Earth in under an hour

SpaceX’s designs for a rocket capable of interplanetary travel within our own solar system could also be used for transport here on Earth.
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NASA asteroid probe slingshots round Earth

NASA scientists used a slingshot manoeuvre around the Earth in their mission to land a spacecraft on an asteroid.
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TGS 2017: Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain Announced

Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain has been announced for PlayStation 4.

The game was revealed during Sony’s pre-Tokyo Game Show briefing – it’s being developed by Yuke’s and published by D3.

A reveal trailer has also dropped, showcasing some of the series’ staple bug-fighting action – but it also looks to add a more grounded tone than other light-hearted entries in the series.

Publisher D3 is calling Iron Rain “new territory” for the franchise as it looks to move away from its “traditional” style. This can be seen in the trailer, as our narrator delivers despondent lines including “war is all we know”, a far cry from the playful premise of a giant bug invasion.

The other major difference? It looks a lot nicer than the mainline EDF games – even the upcoming Earth Defense Force 5, which was shown off in the same conference

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Record-breaking spacewoman returns to earth

Astronaut Peggy Whitson is back on earth after more than nine months in orbit –
smashing the NASA record for time spent in space.
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This Patchwork Shirt Is Good for the Earth

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Opinion: DC’s Earth One Can Be Even Better

DC revealed that the Earth One line is expanding again this week with the news that Gabriel Hardman and Corinna Bechko are working on Green Lantern: Earth One Vol. 1 for a July 2018 release. As a fan of both the franchise and the creative team, that’s a very welcome announcement. But the most intriguing thing about this news is the possible shift in direction it signals for the Earth One imprint. Green Lantern could be just the push Earth One needs to finally find its real, permanent place in DC’s publishing lineup.

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We’re Screwed on Earth, and We Might Be Screwed on Mars

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Al Gore on Why the U.S. Loses Jobs, Power (and Planet Earth) by Leaving the Paris Climate Agreement

President Donald Trump’s controversial decision to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris Climate Agreement was more than “inconvenient” for the U.S. — it threatens jobs, our standing in the world — and most of all, our planet, says former Vice President Al Gore.

“This is as serious as it gets,” the longtime environmentalist tells PEOPLE in this week’s issue.

“What the scientists told us 20 years ago has come true,” says Gore, who warned the world about the catastrophic effects of climate change in his 2006 Academy Award-winning documentary, An Inconvenient Truth. He is following up that documentary with An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, which premieres in August.

“What they are telling us now will happen in the future if we don’t stop using the atmosphere as an open sewer includes the threat that human civilization itself will be in danger,” says Gore, who met with President Trump and his daughter, Ivanka Trump, after the election to discuss climate change.

“We are in a race against time,” says Gore.

The aim of the 2015 global agreement, which had the world cheering when it was ratified, is to reduce carbon emissions as fast as possible to prevent the earth from warming by more than 2 degrees Celsius in this century.

Temperatures that rise higher than 2 degrees Celsius could trigger catastrophic — and irreversible — environmental effects we can no longer control, such as food and water shortages, massive drought, more flooding, extreme weather, the rampant spread of disease and dangers posed by rising seas, say scientists.

 

The climate crisis also poses a threat to our national security — and life as we know it, say experts.

Calling the agreement a “bad deal” for the country that would cost coal miners their jobs, Trump — with the backing of 22 U.S. Senators including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell — withdrew the U.S. from the international agreement.

While Trump insisted he made the right decision for the nation, his decision drew ire from major companies, world leaders and citizens around the globe.

But going green, says Gore and others, will actually boost the economy like never before. “Jobs in the solar industry are increasing 17 times faster than other jobs are increasing in the U.S.,” he says.

The fastest growing job of all? “Wind turbine technician,” he says.

“According to the Bureau of Labor statistics, that will be the fastest growing job in the next ten years,” he says.

All over the world, tens of millions of new jobs in renewable energy, new technologies and sustainability are opening up, he says.

The Sustainability Revolution, as he calls it, “is happening all over the world. It has the scope and magnitude of the industrial revolution but the speed of the digital information revolution and it’s changing everything for the better.”

Solar and wind energy, batteries and hundreds of other efficiency technologies are now becoming much cheaper, far more rapidly than anyone predicted, he says.

“It’s almost like the computer chip revolution and the mobile phone revolution where products got much cheaper, faster than anyone could have imagined, even as their quality improved by leaps and bounds.”

Power Vacuum

Not only is the U.S. losing out on economic and trade opportunities by opting out of the agreement, but it is giving up its standing as the leader of the world, leaving a void that other nations, like China, are eager to fill, says Gore.

Withdrawing our country from the pact “has isolated the U.S. in the world community,” he adds.

By leaving the agreement, the U.S. gave away any say in how the world will tackle the climate crisis in the future, he says.

“The real risk is that all of these other countries will retaliate against the U.S. by trading among themselves and concentrating new jobs in solar and wind in their countries and not the U.S.,” he says.

“They have the legal right now to put up barriers against U.S. products that don’t bear any price for carbon pollution.”

‘We Still Have a Chance’

While the world still has a lot to do to head off catastrophe, “we definitely still have a chance,” he says.

While his upcoming film, An Inconvenient Sequel, will focus on how serious this crisis is, it will also detail how “available” solutions are now, he says.

“The big change from 10 years ago is that solar, wind and other renewable technologies are now getting so cheap that it’s easy to switch over,” he says.

Also encouraging? How U.S. businesses including Apple, Google, Microsoft, Facebook, GE and others, and individual cities and states are moving on without Trump to solve the climate crisis.

On June 1, California, New York and Washington formed the U.S. Climate Alliance, which is committed to upholding the country’s goals under the Paris Agreement and take aggressive action against the climate crisis.

Since then, 10 states including Connecticut, Hawaii and Virginia have joined the coalition.

“We’re going to meet the commitments under the climate agreement, regardless of what President Trump does,” says Gore.

“If we all make up our minds to do this, we can all solve the climate crisis.”

For more information on what you can do to help, please visit Climate Reality Project, the National Resources Defense Council and Climate of Hope.

For more on former Vice President Gore, climate change and his take on the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Accord, pick up a copy of this week’s PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday.


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Fiction: A Brilliant, Incendiary Joan of Arc Story for a Ravaged Earth

In Lidia Yuknavitch’s novel “The Book of Joan,” a space colony of survivors orbits a post-apocalyptic Earth.
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In A Bold New Book, Earth Is Left Uninhabitable By War

Lidia Yuknavitch’s latest novel, The Book of Joan, pays homage to a figure who’s inspired the author since her Catholic upbringing: a woman and a martyr, Joan of Arc. In an interview with The Rumpus, Yuknavitch explained how the historic idol allowed her to turn her suffering into “something more like girl power,” and her novel makes that personal connection clear.

Honoring the story of 1400s Joan, Yuknavitch’s book follows another Joan on a near-future expedition. As a girl, she learns that she’s intimately connected with Earth, down to her anatomy, which includes a blue light that emits from her forehead, coinciding, it seems, with the planet’s pain. As war happens ― suddenly and everywhere ― child soldiers are enlisted, and Joan’s oneness with the natural world is used as a weapon. She also discovers she has the power to bring the dead back to life, for a short time.

These skills turn her into a symbol of hope, one the tyrannical Jean de Men aims to destroy. The dictator reins over CIEL, a space home inhabited by humans whose skin has lost its pigmentation and whose genitals have become shriveled and useless. In this new society, there are no books, only stories branded onto skin through a process called grafting.

One expert grafter, Christine (after Christine de Pizan, a medieval writer who criticized poet Jean de Meun’s work about courtly love), wears Joan’s story and believes that, although Joan was burned alive, she’s still living and thriving somewhere down on Earth. She hopes to lead a coup against Jean de Men, who’s working to restore human genitalia not for pleasure, but for reproduction.

Meanwhile, Joan roams Earth with Leone ― her closest friend ― exploring deep caves where life thrives in the form of worms and bugs. Yuknavitch’s stellar prose is most alive here, when she’s lovingly describing the natural world ― its beauty and brutality.

As a story, The Book of Joan is something new altogether. The characters moralize. They give speeches, they lay out their philosophical views, and they seldom act in ways that contradict their beliefs. So, the effect is like that of reading a comic book ― or medieval text ― infused with lines of perfect poetry. There are heroes and villains. The heroes act heroically, and the villains, corrupted by power, enact evil deeds without remorse. Jean de Men’s “gross train of flesh [is] splayed out on the floor.” His voice is “reptilian.” “He aims his words with measured venom.”

This is not a conventional approach to contemporary literature or science fiction; both genres aim to create characters who are as morally complex as most humans. (Individuals are large, remember? They contain multitudes.) But, Yuknavitch isn’t a conventional writer, and has, in fact, devoted her career to rethinking conventions.

She runs a writing workshop called Corporeal Writing, where budding authors’ intuitions are valued and where politically engaged work is encouraged. In the description for one of the courses, the program’s site reads, “A cohesive narrative can happen any number of ways.  It can be an accumulation of fragments, it can be kaleidoscopic, it can by lyric, braided, circular, vertical, visual, it can be arranged as a palimpsest.”

Kaleidoscopic, lyric ― these words nicely fit Yuknavitch’s style, which is especially suited to the passages wherein Christine is telling the story of Joan, who, to her, is a symbol of hope.

But, aside from her descriptions of her heroes, her fantasies, and her beliefs, we’re not given access to Christine’s life on CIEL. This book will appeal less to readers interested in worldbuilding and in individuals navigating future social systems ― a la Ursula K. Le Guin, more anthropologist than philosopher. It is, instead, an homage to an idol, an ode to a way of life, and a warning about mistreating the earth and each other. All of that’s wrapped up in a voice that’s uniquely Yuknavitch’s, which is worth reading for alone.  

The bottom line:

More poetic creed than conventional story, The Book of Joan shows off Yuknavitch’s imagination and her gift for crafting sonorous sentences.

Who wrote it:

Lidia Yuknavitch is the author of The Chronology of Water and The Small Backs of Children, which we named one of HuffPost’s Best Books of 2015.

Who will read it:

Anyone interested in fiction that grapples with gender, climate change or near-future scenarios.

What other reviewers think:

The New York Times: “Telling the truth with precision and rage and a visionary’s eye, using both realism and fabulism, is one way to break through the white noise of a consumerist culture that tries to commodify post-apocalyptic fiction, to render it safe.”

LARB: “Perhaps it is only ‘natural’ that in a book that brings together so many different strains of history, literature, theory, and even science, some parts are bound to contradict others.”

NPR: “Yuknavitch is a bold and ecstatic writer, wallowing in sex and filth and decay and violence and nature and love with equal relish.”

Opening lines:

“Burning is an art.”

Notable passage:

“Leone, whose small heart had a defect at birth, who carried a heart that started out in a pig. Xenotransplantation and Leone had become Joan’s favorite words. Xenotransplantation represented a change in the distance between people and animals in a way she loved. Leone represented Leone, just Leone, Leone.”

The Book of Joan
Lidia Yuknavitch
HarperCollins, $ 26.99
Published April 18, 2017

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With SpaceX and Blue Origin trips slated to cost a fraction of the $ 1.6 billion NASA is committed to pay for Orion’s first test flight, the project’s champions aim to show that subsequent flights of the deep-space vehicle would be less expensive.
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Everything You Need To Know About The Baby Iguana Scene From ‘Planet Earth II’

Watching baby iguanas run for their lives across a beach looming with deadly snakes ― snakes that would love nothing more than to strangle the tiny hatchling bodies in a wildly violent display of team acrobatics ― is a startling experience.

Fans of nature documentaries like “Planet Earth” are familiar with the near-hopeless trots of sea turtles, who emerge from their eggs seconds before being ambushed by a predatory welcome party. Marine iguanas in the Galapagos, it turns out, face a similar fate. After a victorious battle through an eggshell and a few layers of sand, they are immediately met by a menagerie of natural “bad guys,” a gang of winged and land-dwelling monsters that just want a bite to eat.

Most sinister among them is the hefty population of snakes that moves together like slippery black tumbleweeds to nab a hatchling. “Planet Earth II” producer Liz White says the entangled groups of reptiles look like a “Medusa’s head of snakes,” simultaneously moving toward their desired prey while battling their neighbors in an up-down-and-all-around dance. It’s the sort of David-vs-Goliath scene that seems possible if only for some camera trickery or post-production TLC. Alas, it’s real. And David Attenborough’s team of wily nature filmmakers has documented the whole nightmarish thing.

The baby iguana saga is but one story in one episode of the BBC’s beloved “Planet Earth” follow-up series, “Planet Earth II,” narrated by Attenborough. The string of six episodes opens with “Islands,” directed by White and starring the fortuitous marine iguanas of the Galapagos, setting a high standard for the kind of heart-pumping storytelling and high-definition graphics that set the show apart from the rest.

Ahead of its American premiere on Saturday, The Huffington Post spoke to White about iguanas, anthropomorphized narratives, what’s it like to be a woman in a male-dominated field, and why you should be paying attention to the episode’s albatrosses, too.

So I want to start with that unforgettable iguana scene: How did you set up for a shoot like that?

For that one, I really wanted to do a story about marine iguanas. Well, I wanted to do a story about Galapagos, because you can’t make a show about islands and not mention Galapagos. I personally think marine iguanas are really cool because they look like little Godzillas and they swim and they’re so unique. So the twist for that was coming up with a story that was different, because we couldn’t just do a kind of revelation of, “You’ll never guess what. These marine iguanas can swim!” We wanted to show the iguanas swimming, but then the big thing was: What else can we say about them beyond that?

I was batting around an idea with a cameraman who was going to shoot it. He said, “Well, you know, I filmed the [iguana] hatchlings. Did you know the hatchlings come out of the sand just like turtle hatchlings, because that’s the only place for the mother to lay the eggs?” He said nobody ever tells that story, and actually, [the hatchlings] get preyed upon by hawks and snakes ― all sorts of things come at them. Everyone does turtles, so we should do marine iguanas. And he showed me a clip of a single snake ambushing a marine iguana ― a baby. And I was like, “Oh, that’s cool … kind of grave. We could do something dramatic, high-speed.” That was the plan. And we were going to focus on all the other animals that sort of piggy-back. So the bottom line of that story was really going to be, “Hey, there are marine iguanas in Galapagos. They’re really successful, but these are all the other animals that benefit from them being so successful.”

We had no idea we were going to see that density of snakes we did. We expected to see like, single snakes. When we got there to the peninsula where we filmed it, we went to a number of different beaches. One area [had] such a high wall and almost a bottleneck at the end of the beach. In Galapagos, there are also some regulations. You can’t just run across the beach. You’ve got a park ranger with you. You’re not allowed to get too close to the animals. All this is so protected. We were literally standing at the top of the beach when a little hatchling ran toward the wall and this Medusa’s head of snakes poured out. It was not what we were expecting in terms of ambush, because the snakes were competing with each other so much they were having to pull out of the wall and chase. So that, for me, was like, wow. I’ve never seen snakes hunting fast like that. And I’ve never seen them in that sort of numbers. So then we just completely focused on that one part of the beach.

How long did it take to amass enough footage to cut together a chase sequence like you did?

We were filming it for about two weeks, just focusing on the iguana babies. We had to get the close-ups of the emergences. When you’re in the field, you don’t always know how good you’ve got, in the sense that it’s quite hard to actually see on a small camera monitor whether something is truly in focus. So sometimes, when you see an amazing event, you go, “Wow, that looks amazing.” But it’s only when you go back to the boat that night and look at the footage, that you go, “Do you know what? It’s really out of focus.” Or it just didn’t work or whatever. We think it took us about 12 to 14 days before we thought, “OK, I think we’ve got enough to be able to have an epic story.” If you look at it really closely ― some of that most epic chase is out of focus. But it’s subtle. Most of it is slowed down, because so much of it happens incredibly quickly. It’s a very challenging thing for the cameraman to film.

So, we did about three weeks [in Galapagos in total]. The team would be on the beach looking for baby iguanas, because you don’t know when they’re going to emerge and where from. A lot of time is spent just watching them, with pairs of binoculars, trolling up and down the beach, looking. But one of the cameramen could go off and film other bits. We also had to do all of the underwater [filming], which is itself a big thing. So, it was a solid three-and-a-half weeks to get the bulk of that footage and all the elements of that story.

Does a lot of the storytelling come together in editing? You know, you have this whole chase scene, and it appears like it’s one iguana throughout. Is it one iguana?

Predominantly one. I mean, we sometimes use big close-ups of faces that you can’t necessarily get at the time. You go with one event, but then things like the shots of the snakes crawling out ― some of those are picked off separately, because even with two cameramen you can’t cover [everything]. What was good with this shoot is we did have two cameramen. It’s obviously difficult to cut together action from different events. So you really want to, basically, follow one individual as much as you can. By having a long-lens cameraman who can get close-ups, in combination with a second cameraman who’s on a moving camera, that meant that we were going to be getting two eyes on the action. And then in the edit, you’ve got something to cut between.

Was the kind of research or storyboarding that went into planning that story similar to the kind of planning that went into other stories in the “Islands” episode?

It’s typical in so much that you go in knowing what a story is going to give you. You go to, say, film albatrosses. And that’s a story all about animals using islands as sanctuary. It was going to be a love story. It was going to be about an albatross waiting for its mate. So you sort of go in knowing what your story blocks are going to be. And roughly how you want to tell the story; the choice of perspective. We wanted the viewer to be in the animal’s world ― you have to be on their eye level. Sometimes we have shots that haven’t got an animal in them, but you feel like you’re the animal moving through that habitat. A lot of [shots] use low-to-the-ground, moving imagery that helps put you into that world. That was very much a stylistic choice for the whole series.

But yeah, you go in with your building blocks. But then when you’re there, you have to slightly work with the individual situations that you get. It’s nature, and it doesn’t always pan out exactly the way you expect it. You can’t storyboard to the very individual shot level. It’s like a unique kind of genre in filmmaking, because you borrow from drama in the way it’s told. But you’re using real observational documentary. My exec always says it’s almost like David Attenborough invented a genre that you really don’t see anywhere else.

One of the interesting things about the “Planet Earth” series is that it’s not just providing viewers with clips of nature in action, it’s providing viewers with these sort of anthropomorphized narratives. For example, we see penguins having families similar to our own, sloths falling in love.

The anthropomorphization is a tricky one. We very much try not to say anything that’s too anthropomorphic. We basically try and show images that people can relate to. Where people will intrinsically go, “Alright, I can imagine being in that situation. I would feel like this.” We’re trying to get people to bond with the animals. We’re trying to get people to empathize and say, “Oh, yeah, I get a better perspective on how that animal lives its life.” And a bit better respect, I guess, in a way.

But you have to very careful with the script, that you don’t say anything too anthropomorphic. For example, I think the most anthropomorphic-edged story in the “Islands” episode is the story of the albatross waiting for its mate. The reality is, we were working with a scientist who knows those birds. If one of those birds doesn’t come back, they won’t mate. They’re so monogamous that they will sit and wait. [The scientist] knows that pair has been together for five years or whatever it is. So we can use a line that says, “There are 3 million birds on the island, but only one matters to him.” Because that’s true. That bird does not care about any other individual on the island apart from his mate.

The storytelling in this series probably is softer, perhaps gentler, than some. The way it is written is probably, in many ways, more anthropomorphic, light touch than we’ve done before. I don’t know how much of that is the fact that there’s been so many women involved in the team ― there’s quite a few girls on the team. I do think it has quite a sensitivity to it.

Also, David [Attenborough] goes through everything. He won’t say anything he thinks is too anthropomorphic. He’ll only say things he thinks are factual. He very much ran with this idea that, we want to be in the animals’ world. We write it in a very gentle way which allows it to sort of be a bit more accessible to people who might not be so into natural history.

At the beginning of the series, David Attenborough mentions that many of the wildernesses celebrated in “Planet Earth II” have never been more fragile or precious than they are today. How do you see a series like “Planet Earth” contributing to contemporary discussions of climate change?

The thing is, the “Planet Earth” brand is all about wonder and revelation. It is not a hard-hitting conservation stance. There are other people doing hard-hitting conservation. The brand “Planet Earth” has always been about making people excited and showing people the wonder of the nature with the view that, if people get inspired by it, they’ll want to protect it. But often the actual fragility method hasn’t been in there at all. No, in this series, almost every single episode has got one story in it that is about why that habitat is fragile. So for “Islands,” it’s the invasive specials. In “Jungles,” we talk about trees getting cut down. Obviously in cities, it’s all about how some animals are thriving in cities, but most can’t. That’s the most thought-provoking in the lot. How can we make it ― not just as a city but as a planet ― more hospitable to life and us.

So it is about the wonder of nature and the celebration of these beautiful wildernesses and the animals who live there. But, with a very … not a somber, but a pragmatic reminder that these wilderness are fragile. And some people would say we didn’t go far enough and we should have made it more conservation-y. Other people, I think, really got the message very strongly. Like, “Oh my gosh, I really think this is the last time I’m ever going to see this unless we do something to protect it.” So it is subtle. And it’s debatable ― all the different ways you can do it. But I think our reasoning on this has always been: Don’t go in there being negative. If you tell people the whole planet is screwed, what hope have they got? If you go in there and say, “Look at these wonderful things we still have. And we can protect them and we must remember these things are fragile,” then it’s a more empowering message.

It’s interesting, because we obviously spend a lot of time out in the field with scientists and almost all of them say, “I am doing this job because I used to watch David Attenborough shows as a kid and I was inspired by nature, and now I’m a conservationist.” So you see it from the other way, that you might not feel like you’re making an immediate difference, but if any of one of the kids go on to become a politician who goes on to make a big difference, we’ve made a difference.

Earlier you mentioned the role of women in the making of “Planet Earth II.” Obviously, the filmmaking industry in general isn’t exactly a bastion of gender parity. Do you feel like there’s a growing presence of women in the realm of nature documentarians?

Yeah, very much. I think women are brilliant storytellers and I think they’ve got a lot of sensitivity. They’re not going to go in there and just want the kind of the brutal fight scenes. They’re going to want to tell some of the more subtle stories. And certainly on this team, there were a huge number of female directors. Women are not breaking into camerawork as quickly as you might want. There are only about three or four women regularly working [behind the camera] in my network. But we did have female camerawomen in this series. There aren’t many to choose from, to be honest.

But what is amazing is the number of female researchers, directors, producers. It is an industry that women can do really well in. Women can be very good biologists, they’re really good in the field, they’re really resilient. The island we filmed the penguin scene ―  that was a team of eight, three of whom were women. Me as the director, a very experienced female film assistant who’s done 12 seasons in Antarctica, and one of the skippers handling the boat through the roughest ocean on the planet ― female skipper. So there is quite a good girl presence in the natural history industry. Women are brilliant storytellers, so there’s nothing to stop women from succeeding in that sort of world.

There are certainly some places it would be easier to work than others. I did a shoot on an oil platform a few years ago and that is such a male-dominated environment it was one of the toughest shoots I’ve ever done, because they found it quite difficult to deal with me as a woman. But that is unusual. Most of the time people are really accepting of you. I think men quite like having women in the field. They have a lot of respect, if they see you muck in as a woman and get on with things. Often, you might be the only woman there. But it doesn’t stop you from doing a good job.

What motivated you personally to move from being a research biologist to working in documentary?

I wanted to do something more creative. My background is: I did art and photography things in school. I love storytelling. My parents said, “Get a proper degree.” You know, “Go and do science and get a proper job.” And I was fascinated by biology. I went down the biology route and found myself doing marine stuff, because I really loved that. I always wanted to stay away from doing lab stuff. I wanted to do something a bit more creative ― and communicative. Women are great communicators; women like telling stories. So I started going more into public communication of science rather than writing papers. I just found it more satisfying. You know, I did two school talks yesterday afternoon. After you show them pictures of the nature world ― you show them pictures of penguins and amazing places ― they’ve got eyes like saucers and they ask the most amazing questions. That’s really satisfying.

What has been a high point for you in your career in filmmaking?

Oh, this series was amazing to work on. For some of the trips, going to places where you think, “Gosh, I never imagined I’d get to go there.” And, for me, I love the camaraderie of working in a team, working in a small team where you’re all working for a common goal. But the other series I really loved doing was “Frozen Planet” because I’ve always loved penguins. And again, to be a girl and get to go to those locations ― my mom never got to go to Antarctica, because that was 40 years ago and women never got to go and do those things. And yet, for me, I can go in and film killer whales and penguins and polar bears. Seeing wilderness places, and the reminder that you’ve still got these amazing places that are still out there, it’s beautiful.

Last question: what is the most perilous environment you’ve been in?

For me, probably crossing the Southern Ocean to go and do the penguin filming and go down to the Antarctic peninsula. That’s a rough ocean; anywhere in the Southern Ocean is kind of dangerous in that sense. But you always work with amazing skippers ― you have to work with people you trust.

But I should say that I am massively risk-averse. Like, you would never get me jumping from a plane or bungee jumping. I don’t massively like jungles because I don’t really like snakes and spiders! [Laughs] I would much rather be on a boat in the Southern Ocean that be hanging off a tree in the jungle.

“Planet Earth II” premieres Saturday, Feb. 18, at 9 p.m. ET, simulcasting across BBC America, AMC and SundanceTV. The remaining episodes of the season will air Saturdays at the same time on BBC America. 

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‘Greatest Show On Earth’ Shutting Down After 146 Years

Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus is permanently closing “The Greatest Show on Earth” in May after 146 years entertaining millions of Americans.

The iconic razzmatazz under the big top was felled by dropping attendance, high operating costs, fickle public tastes and battles with animal rights activists. 

“I have made the difficult business decision that Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey will hold its final performances in May of this year,” circus CEO Kenneth Feld of Feld Entertainment said in a statement.

“The circus and its people have continually been a source of inspiration and joy to my family and me, which is why this was such a tough business decision to make. We are extremely grateful to the millions of families who have made Ringling Bros. part of their lives for generations.”

Last year, the circus retired its elephants to its conservation farm in Florida amid continuing protests about animals in the show. But once the elephants were gone, the demand for tickets dropped even more dramatically, according to Feld.

Company officials told workers Saturday night after shows in Orlando and Miami.

Ringling Bros. has two touring circuses that will perform 30 shows between now and May. Stops will include Atlanta, Philadelphia, Boston, Brooklyn and Washington, D.C. The final shows will be in Providence, Rhode Island, on May 7 and in Uniondale, New York, at the Nassau County Coliseum on May 21.

It’s been a long, colorful road of clowns, trapeze artists in sparkly spandex, dancing elephants and surly tigers. Phineas Taylor Barnum went on the road in the mid-1800s with his traveling spectacle of animals and human oddities, and the five Ringling brothers began performing juggling acts and skits from their home base in Baraboo, Wisconsin, in 1884. They merged in 1919 to tour together as “The Greatest Show on Earth.” The Ringling family ran the circus until 1967 then sold it to Feld Entertainment.

Technology brought competition from movies and TV, video games and the internet, and animal activists and members of the public became increasingly concerned about treatment of the animals on the road and in the acts.

“The competitor in many ways is time,” Feld told The Associated Press, adding that transporting the show by rail and other circus quirks — such as providing a traveling school for performers’ children — are throwbacks to another era that couldn’t compete with modern fare. “It’s a different model that we can’t see how it works in today’s world to justify and maintain an affordable ticket price. So you’ve got all these things working against it.”

The Felds say their existing animals — lions, tigers, camels, donkeys, alpacas, kangaroos and llamas — will go to suitable homes. Feld’s daughter, Chief Operating Officer Juliette Feld, said the company will continue operating the Center for Elephant Conservation.

Feld Entertainment will also continue to produce its other, profitable, shows— Monster Jam, Disney on Ice and Marvel Live — and will attempt to place some circus workers in those operations.

 

CORRECTION: An earlier version of this post misstated that the Ringling brothers began performing in Wisconsin in 1984. They began in 1884.

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They’re so adorably small, they fit right inside your coffee mug. Which means there’s definitely room for them in your heart.

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Hedgehogs are nocturnal so they’re always ready to party the night away.

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Their rosy little tongues are the best.

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They’re not picky eaters. 

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Basically any object you place next to a hedgehog suddenly becomes adorable. Seriously. Just look at this thing!

When a hedgehog sleeps it’s probably the cutest thing in the entire world.

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Paul McCartney, Fergie, Other Stars Record ‘Love Song To The Earth’

Music superstars have come together to stress the importance of protecting our environment. 

A group of artists, including Paul McCartney, Jon Bon Jovi and Sheryl Crow recorded “Love Song to the Earth” — a new song dedicated to rallying people to climate action and supporting the U.N.’s efforts to get nations to agree on a universal climate agreement. 

The song was released on iTunes and Apple Music on September 4, but will have a wide release a week later, according to a press release. Apple, as well as artists, producers and directors involved in the song plan to donate their proceeds to environmental organization Friends of the Earth U.S. and the United Nations Foundation. 

Toby Gad, who helped write the star-studded track — which comes out months before December’s climate conference COP21 in Paris — says he hopes the song will open people up to the importance of fighting climate change.  

“When the U.N. asked me to write a song about climate change I felt honored and inspired. So, my friends and I wrote ‘Love Song to The Earth’, focusing on a positive message about how precious our only planet is,” Gad said in a statement. “I hope this song will broaden the audience for this urgent message and give the politicians emotional support for meaningful climate agreement in Paris 2015.”

Other stars who were featured in the song include Fergie, Colbie Caillat, Natasha Bedingfield, Leona Lewis, Sean Paul, Johnny Rzeznik, Krewella, Angelique Kidjo, Kelsea Ballerini, Nicole Scherzinger, Christina Grimmie, Victoria Justice and Q’Orianka Kilcher. A video is set to be released on September 11, and will include celebrities, scientists and others holding up messages of support for our environment. 

While the artists want to convey a sense of urgency in fighting climate change, Bedingfield, who also helped write the song along with Gad, John Shanks and Sean Paul, says the song is ultimately meant to uplift others in regards to the subject. 

“We wanted to write a song that is about how when you love something, you look after it,” Bedingfield said in a statement. “While we know about the environmental issues, we’re unsure if there is any hope. With this song we wanted to talk about the environment in a way that would help people feel empowered to do something rather than be paralyzed by fear.”

To learn more about Friends of the Earth, visit its website here. To learn more about the United Nations Foundation, click here

 

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Life comes at you fast, but Segways come at you faster. So learned Usain Bolt on Thursday just moments after winning the the 200 meters at the track and field World Championships in Beijing, China.

What’s that? You want an alternative angle? 

Pretty cool recovery, to be honest. 

 

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The Bridal Shower: How (On Earth) Is THIS Still A Thing?

Ever since I started watching comedian John Oliver’s “Last Week Tonight” on HBO, I’ve been yearning to write this piece. I know it’s another, “WTF? If you write that, you will probably lose a few friends” kind of piece (see 17 Things Not To Say To A Friend With Breast Cancer) but I’m taking the plunge anyway. It’s got to be the cancer. I think it’s making me bold.

John Oliver does a great segment called, How Is THIS Still A Thing? If you’ve never watched Mr. Oliver, you may want to check it out — perhaps start with this one about the Commonwealth Games. From the moment I started laughing hysterically over this three-minute video: Daylight Saving Time: How is This Still A Thing? I was hooked.

Immediately, I started thinking of my own “How Is This Still A Thing?” scenarios. The bridal shower was the first thing that came to mind. I took notes. I started writing. I asked around. I found that no one — young, old or in between, really liked attending a bridal shower, but I was still too much of a wus to write the piece. My friend’s daughter was engaged. Might there be a bridal shower in my future? Might I be giving the bridal shower?

But now my friend’s daughter’s is on her honeymoon, there was (gratefully) no bridal shower, and I am safe (I think) to tell it as I see it.

If you are like me, you’ve probably been invited to a wedding (or eight) this summer, right?

You are, of course, appropriately thrilled for the couple. Weddings are awesome, so you had no problem reserving, say, your last three-day weekend of the summer — to travel to Detroit for the festivities. You “happily” also spent last weekend (the really beautiful one) traveling to the engagement party in Nowheresville, Illinois.

So when the evite comes from Aunt Rose, even though no travel is required, if you are like me (hopefully you are nicer), maybe this is the first thing that runs through your mind:

“Really, what the F$ $ k could they possibly want with me now?”

And then you realize that, of course … they want you to attend the bridal shower!

And maybe you think, “Really? Is there yet another gift giving opportunity that requires my butt to be somewhere other than a beach chair on a beautiful Sunday afternoon?”

So what’s the deal with the bridal shower?

According to Miss Abigail, the custom goes back a long way — it grew out of dowry practice. Legend has it that in the early 1800s, a beautiful Dutch girl gave her heart to a very poor, but very good-hearted, village miller.

Everyone in the town loved and was happy for the couple … everyone except for the girl’s very mean father, who insisted that the girl not marry the miller, but instead marry a very rich, fat, old, ugly guy. If she married for true love, her father threatened, she would lose her dowry.

So the people from the village each thought of a gift they could contribute to the couple to make up a dowry, so she could marry for love. They “showered” her with gifts, giving her a finer dowry than her father ever could! True love prevailed, and the bridal “shower” tradition was born.

Happy story right?

But none of this makes sense any more. Today, bridal showers are totally superfluous and “mostly joyless” (a recent description from my good friend who attended one the other day) events. It’s not about the love — it’s just about getting more “stuff.” It’s passé, defunct, it’s totally lame.

None of the brides I know have dowries. They have jobs. Many of them damn good ones. They can afford lots of stuff on their own, and most receive a slew of lovely things as engagement and wedding gifts. Do they really need more?

Other than the mother of the bride, and perhaps the bride herself (after all, it is her turn — she had to suffer through her friends’ showers) no one really wants to be there. Because why would anyone want to be inside from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on a beautiful Saturday in May watching a fully grown adult open gifts?

All of the brides I know have been living on their own for years — with their partners, or with girlfriends, or on their own. They have matching wine glasses, nicer underwear, and a better Nespresso machine than I do.

So Really, how is this still a thing?

How many occasions do we need to talk, eat, drink and gather together to honor the bride? The wedding, the engagement party, and for the young ones — the bachelorette party … isn’t that enough of a commitment of both time and money?

Does anyone really want to play a “get to know you game?”

Does any adult really want to sit around and watch another adult awkwardly open gifts?

“OMG a Scan Pan? How did you know?”

“Um … because you registered for it?” When did this not become the tackiest thing ever?

Is there such a thing as an “awesome” bridal shower? I don’t think there is enough alcohol in the world…

So, Mr. Oliver, please — take this on. Because, really, Bridal showers? How is THIS still a thing?

P.S. I probably don’t have to worry about getting invited to many bridal showers in the future, but if by chance the invitation was in the mail when this post was published (I am so screwed) … I was JK about all this. I’d love to attend. Where did you say the bride registered?

 

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It feels like divine momentum that Earth Day and Fash Rev Day are only 24 hrs apart. A multitude of good can spring from even the most dire circumstances — so how can we best harness the energy of change?

By becoming it, Baby. As individuals, we can consciously decide what we allow into our space; we can vote with our $ , supporting what we value & want to see flourish; we can stand up for the beauty of both our planet & our very own; we can take charge of what is being produced because we demand what we desire. Take today as the bouncing-off place into a brighter present, and ask #WhoMadeMyClothes?

The future of fashion is in our hands (and hearts, hopefully). It’s beautiful to witness the change in culture that’s being created by conscious companies and individuals alike. Looking for organic materials? There’s a filter for that. Want vegan couture? There’s a badge for that. Love made in the USA? It’s right here for you. Fair-trade? Sustainable? Recycled? Artisan-crafted? All at your finger tips thanks to prescient people who know that sustainability in its manifold expressions is the currency of the future.

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On Earth Day, a panel of fashionable movers & shakers hosted by Amanda Cole discussed the state of the fashion industry. “Only in fashion is the idea that you get rid of it after three uses,” says David Dietz, founder of Modavanti. This wastefulness and disregard for oneself and the planet is at the core of the fashion catastrophe. “There are more slaves today than at any point in history,” states Ben Skinner of Tau Investment. “And guess what, we’re buying what they’re producing.” From the mud, beauty is emerging, though. What I had felt subconsciously for a while rang true when pronounced: New luxury is value-based. “Not everybody wants to be the next Valentino,” Sass Brown of EcoFashion Talk says. “There’s a shift in what people value in their lives.” And make no mistake, doing good and doing well can be a stylish pair.

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Since we get dressed (most) every day, every fresh sunrise presents the opportunity to feel good and make a choice. Personally, I find it funny that while all of my food choices and beauty care are organic, green, and glorious, my wardrobe isn’t. There’s a lag in the fashion industry regarding sustainability, style, and availability. We’re getting there, for sure, but it’ll take more than my desire to see organic cotton tees become part of the permanent collections at global chains. If you demand quality, you’ll create a bigger market for quality products. And wouldn’t you treasure one well-made piece way more than three throw-away things? (Your closet will thank you too).

During the panel on Earth Day I got to meet Andrew Morgan, the immensely kind and smart director of The True Cost. His documentary, which debuts in NYC on 5/28 and will be available globally the next day, highlights the blinding contrast between the tricky triangle of the glamorous fashion set, the reality of the garment workers, and the fashion clients who (for the most part) really are consumers at this point. The movie’s not a downer trying to induce pity and guilt; rather, The True Cost intends to draw attention to the current practices of the fashion industry so that we as creators and clients can bring about positive change. Executive-produced by Livia and Colin Firth and spear-headed by Andrew and his team, this clear-eyed documentary inspires us to take a closer look at what we wear. “Maybe the whole story line of clothing needs to be reinvented,” Morgan shares. “We have to take this story,” he continues, “and have to make it something that overwhelms the old story. A story so much more beautiful that it crushes the old story.” Find the movie trailer at the end of this post.

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What’s the true cost of the clothes produced thousands of miles away from us? What’s the true cost of skins we didn’t need to take, of crops that didn’t grow naturally, dyed with chemicals that poison our water, touched by hands whose lives are shadows of humanity? What’s the true cost of cheap, mass-market fashion? Also, what’s the true cost of designer fashion? The fact that it’s sold for a lot doesn’t mean it cost a lot to make.

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The True Cost has the potential to lead us full circle to Earth Day, every day. And the fashion industry could actually become a guardian of the environment, if we as clients vote for change with our dollars. Go watch the movie and let yourself be moved. Sometimes, it’s easier to create change as part of a group than shift patterns in the nitty-gritty of our personal lives. But you know how it goes: once one thing changes, everything changes. From macro to micro; from micro to macro. You have so much more power than you sometimes think. Go change and be part of the change. It’s good for your health, too (and makes you look hot).

Ten years from now, we’ll look back at who we were and what we wore, and we’ll be glad we made the decision to call all of our power back to us. We can take pleasure in fashion and love the earth and all her beings at the same time because true style is priceless.

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The Earth Hath Voice

The Earth Hath Voice


For SATB (with soprano semi-chorus), piano, & optional percussion (bass drum, tam-tam/gong, & 3 tom-toms) This is a colourful and dramatic celebration of nature and its powerful and hypnotizing sounds. The listener is taken on a captivating journey through the natural world, via ‘tongues of thunders’, the ‘singing sea’, and ‘trumpet-throated winds’.. Clustered harmonies, cross-rhythms, and vocal effects are combined with bell-like passages and rippling figurations in the piano, and the optional percussion part adds further rhythmic and dynamic interest. The semi-chorus part can be sung by one or more sopranos or a children’s choir.

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Sustain and Value the Earth 2014 Wall Calendar: 619344270460

Sustain and Value the Earth 2014 Wall Calendar: 619344270460


Sustain and Value the Earth Wall Calendar: From the makers of Joe Blow Ts comes Earthworm: Sustain and Value Earth. Earthworm delivers messages about preserving our environment and natural resources in an original, colorful and contemporary collection of graphics. All calendar pages are printed on F
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Whole Green Catalog: 1000 Best Things for You and the Earth

Whole Green Catalog: 1000 Best Things for You and the Earth


As interest in living a sustainable life has exploded, so has the green marketplace. It has become difficult to distinguish companies that provide truly eco-friendly products and services from those that “greenwash.” Now, from the company that founded Organic Gardening when eating close to the land was far from mainstream and published Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth, comes this timely guide to all things green. Modeled on the classic Whole Earth Catalog, the touchstone for an earlier generation, Whole Green Earth Catalog is poised to become the bible of green living for more than 68 million people worldwide who now take environmental and social issues into account when they make purchases. Leading experts in every imaginable category from home furnishings and appliances to clothing and children’s toys, from pets and beauty products to travel and investing share their authoritative tips, reviews, and advice. Whole Green Earth Catalog provides succinct answers to such questions as: Can one go green and save money? Can people reduce their carbon footprint if they are business travelers? Is there an environmentally friendly disposable diaper? Beautifully packaged with more than 1,000 photographs and illustrations, and manufactured with 100 percent post-consumer waste materials, this volume is the perfect gift for those who care about the future of the planet.
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Works Of Jules Verne: A Journey To The Center Of The Earth, From The Earth To The Moon, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea, Around The World In Eighty Days & More (Mobi Collected Works)

Works Of Jules Verne: A Journey To The Center Of The Earth, From The Earth To The Moon, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea, Around The World In Eighty Days & More (Mobi Collected Works)


This collection was designed for optimal navigation on eReaders and other electronic devices. It is indexed alphabetically, chronologically and by category, making it easier to access individual books and stories. This collection offers lower price, the convenience of a one-time download, and it reduces the clutter in your digital library. All books included in this collection feature a hyperlinked table of contents and footnotes. The collection is complimented by an author biography.TABLE OF CONTENTS:List of Works by GenreList of Works in Alphabetical Order List of Works in Chronological OrderJules Verne BiographyNOVELSThe Adventures of Captain HatterasThe Adventures of a Special Correspondent; or, Claudius Bombarnac The Adventures of Three Englishmen and Three Russians in Southern Africa Translated By Ellen E. FrewerAll Around the Moon [sequel to From the Earth to the Moon] Translated by Edward RothAn Antarctic Mystery; or, The Sphinx of The Ice Fields) Translated By Mrs. Cashel HoeyAround the World in Eighty Days Translated by Geo M. TowleDick Sand or, a Captain at Fifteen Eight Hundred Leagues on the Amazon Translated by W. J. GordonFacing the Flag Five Weeks in a Balloon or, Journeys and Discoveries in Africa by Three Englishmen Translated by William LacklandFrom the Earth to the Moon and, Round the Moon Translated of Mercier and KingThe Fur Country, Seventy Degrees North Latitude Translated by Nancy BellGodfrey Morgan – a Californian Mystery Illustrated by Léon BenettIn Search of the Castaways; or the Children of Captain GrantThe Journey to the Interior of the Earth Translated by Frederick Amadeus MallesonThe Master of the World Michael Strogoff or The Courier of the Czar Translated by Agnes Kinloch KingstonThe Moon-Voyage [Containing “From The Earth to the Moon,” and “Round the Moon.”]The Mysterious Island Translated by Agnes Kinloch KingstonOff on a Comet; or Hector Servadac Translated by Ellen Frewer Robur the Conqueror The Secret of the Island Translated b

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A New Earth Helps Release Your Insecurities And Reach Your Life Goals

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A New Earth helped 2008 webcast guest, Beth Kneisler to find the root of her “global anger” and judgment towards other people by realizing the internal route of her insecurities. Through this she was able to achieve one of her life goals, to earn her degree.

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Nimli – Happy Earth Day – 20% Off Sitewide for One Day Only

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Whole Green Catalog: 1000 Best Things for You and the Earth

Whole Green Catalog: 1000 Best Things for You and the Earth


As interest in living a sustainable life has exploded, so has the green marketplace. It has become difficult to distinguish companies that provide truly eco-friendly products and services from those that greenwash. Now, from the company that founded Organic Gardening when eating close to the land was far from mainstream and published Al Gore''s An Inconvenient Truth, comes this timely guide to all things green. Modeled on the classic Whole Earth Catalog, the touchstone for an earlier generation, Whole Green Earth Catalog is poised to become the bible of green living for the 68 million Americans—about one-third of U.S. adults—who now take environmental and social issues into account when they make purchases. Leading experts in every imaginable category—from home furnishings and appliances to clothing and children''s toys, from pets and beauty products to travel and investing—share their authoritative tips, reviews, and advice. Whole Green Earth Catalog provides succinct answers to such questions as: Can one go green and save money? Can people reduce their carbon footprint if they are business travelers? Is there an environmentally friendly disposable diaper? Beautifully packaged with more than 1,000 photographs and illustrations, and manufactured with 100 percent post-consumer waste materials, this volume is the perfect gift for those who care about the future of the planet.
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Disneyland Cell Phone Crashing As Comic Pranks Callers In ‘The Happiest Place On Earth’

Hate standing next to someone jabbering away on a cell phone? Especially hate it when you’re on vacation? Then this is the video for you.

Comic Greg Benson heads to Disneyland, where he stands next to people talking into their cell phones, pulls out his own device, and starts responding as if he’s the person at the other end of that conversation.

Will the good vibes of a vacation in the kingdom of magic win out? Or will the prank set off a Disney riot? Watch the video and find out.

Benson pulled a similar prank last year at an airport. And for more of his humor, take a look at his MediocreFilms channel on YouTube.
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Whole Green Catalog: 1,000 Best Things for You and the Earth

Whole Green Catalog: 1,000 Best Things for You and the Earth


As interest in living a sustainable life has exploded, so has the green marketplace. It has become difficult to distinguish companies that provide truly eco-friendly products and services from those that "greenwash." Now, from the company that founded "Organic Gardening "when eating close to the land was far from mainstream and published Al Gore’s "An Inconvenient Truth," comes this timely guide to all things green. Modeled on the classic "Whole Earth Catalog," the touchstone for an earlier generation, "Whole Green Earth Catalog "is poised to become the bible of green living for the 68 million Americans–about one-third of U.S. adults–who now take environmental and social issues into account when they make purchases. Leading experts in every imaginable category–from home furnishings and appliances to clothing and children’s toys, from pets and beauty products to travel and investing–share their authoritative tips, reviews, and advice. "Whole Green Earth Catalog "provides succinct answers to such questions as: Can one go green and save money? Can people reduce their carbon footprint if they are business travelers? Is there an environmentally friendly disposable diaper? Beautifully packaged with more than 1,000 photographs and illustrations, and manufactured with 100 percent post-consumer waste materials, this volume is the perfect gift for those who care about the future of the planet.
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Eckhart Tolle, Author Of ‘A New Earth,’ Goes ‘Soul To Soul’ With Oprah (VIDEO)

As the author of best-selling books A New Earth and The Power of Now, Eckhart Tolle has written extensively about being fully present and developing an enlightened sense of awareness. Whether he’s discussing the secret to stress-free living or explaining how to truly connect with God, Tolle’s teachings have captivated many — especially fans of OWN’s “Super Soul Sunday.”

When Tolle sat down with Oprah for a profound conversation about consciousness, he also tackled some of life’s biggest questions in a rapid-fire segment.

Oprah says, “Finish this sentence: ‘The world needs…'”

“Spiritual awakening,” Tolle answers.

“‘I believe in…'” Oprah begins.

“Nothing in particular,” he says.

This answer derails Oprah’s questions as she bursts into laughter. “That cracks me up!” she tells Tolle.

Composing herself, she continues. “Okay. ‘Love is…'”

“The recognition of yourself, the essence of yourself, in the other,” Tolle says. “You recognize yourself in the other. The oneness. The recognition of oneness.”

“Wow. That is love. That’s a good definition,” Oprah says before continuing her questions. “‘I’m grateful for…'”

“I’m grateful for, always, this moment,” Tolle responds. “The now. No matter what form it takes.”

Beginning Sunday, March 23, at 12 p.m. ET, Oprah and Eckhart Tolle present a 10-part series airing for the first time on television, taking viewers on a chapter-by-chapter journey through “A New Earth.” The series debut airs immediately following the season premiere of “Super Soul Sunday.”
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Sustain and Value the Earth 2014 Wall Calendar: 619344270460

Sustain and Value the Earth 2014 Wall Calendar: 619344270460


Sustain and Value the Earth Wall Calendar: From the makers of Joe Blow Ts comes Earthworm: Sustain and Value Earth. Earthworm delivers messages about preserving our environment and natural resources in an original, colorful and contemporary collection of graphics. All calendar pages are printed on F
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Between Heaven and Earth

Between Heaven and Earth


DJ is David McLean’s eldest grandson, so it stands to reason that he be the one to scatter his beloved grandfather’s ashes. At least that’s how DJ sees it. He’s always been the best at everything–sports, school, looking after his fatherless family–so climbing Kilimanjaro is just another thing he’ll accomplish almost effortlessly. Or so he thinks, until he arrives in Tanzania and everything starts to go wrong. He’s detained at immigration, he gets robbed, his climbing group includes an old lady and he gets stuck with the first ever female porter. Forced to go polepole (slowly), DJ finds out the hard way that youth, fitness level and drive have nothing to do with success on the mountain–or in life.

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Jerry Baker’s It Pays to Be Cheap!: 1,973 of the Niftiest, Swiftiest, and Thriftiest Secrets on Earth for Spendin’ Less and Savin’ More On… Food, Clothes, Electronics, Furniture, Travel, Household Goods, Pets, Personal Care, and Almost Everything!

Jerry Baker’s It Pays to Be Cheap!: 1,973 of the Niftiest, Swiftiest, and Thriftiest Secrets on Earth for Spendin’ Less and Savin’ More On… Food, Clothes, Electronics, Furniture, Travel, Household Goods, Pets, Personal Care, and Almost Everything!


New – Fun and innovative ways to save money on items such as groceries, electronics, pet care, travel, and clothing are revealed in this indispensable savings handbook. Features such as “Online Steals & Deals,” “Bargain Alerts,” and “Fantastic Formulas” uncover easy ways for anyone to become a thrift expert without sacrificing personal pleasures or undergoing excessive belt-tightening. Money-saving ideas for cutting pet food bills by 25 percent, flying major airlines for free, and creating an au

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Earth Science Chamomile & Green Tea Eye Makeup Remover 4oz

Earth Science Chamomile & Green Tea Eye Makeup Remover 4oz


Gentle, effective and fragrance free. Great for removing mascara.A gentle and effective herbal formula to purify and refresh the skin while removing makeup. Non-irritating; no artificial colors; 100% fragrance free. pH 5.5 / Unscented / VeganAqua (Water), Disodium Cocoamphodiacetate, Decyl Glucoside, Glycerin, Sodium Hyaluronate, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Tocopherol, Allantoin, Vaccinium Myrtillus (Bilberry) Extract, Beta Glucan, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract, Euphrasia Officinalis (Eyebright) Extract, Foeniculum Vulgare (Fennel) Fruit Extract, Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) Extract, Camellia Oleifera (Green Tea) Leaf Extract, Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Extract, Ascorbic Acid, Lactic Acid, Sodium Hydroxymethylglycinate, Phenoxyethanol.
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Dixon Earth Golf Balls (1 Dozen)

Dixon Earth Golf Balls (1 Dozen)


Dixon Earth Golf Balls Dixon did not sacrifice playability to become environmentally friendly. The Dixon Earth plays better than most two-piece golf balls on the market. The Dixon Earth even outperformed some three-piece thin urethane cover balls in competitive test. It plays the distance, sticks on the green and has the feel for confident putting. The ball has met or exceeded the expectations of the critics in the golf industry. The Dixon Earth ball is green to the core. The Earth core is made from a proprietary polymer that maintains the playable properties of the ball, but ensures that it is 100% renewable. Most manufactures would stop there..not Dixon! Our commitment to the environment and to your golf game is 100%. In addition to the core, the entire Dixon Earth ball is manufactures with materials that can be totally recycled and even the packaging is made from 100% recycled material! To facilitate conservation, Dixon had established a cutting edge program to incentivize golfers to return spent Dixon Earth golf balls for a generous discount on future orders. Each box of Dixon Earth includes a return mail pouch so golfers can easily mail used balls back to Dixon to be recycled. From core to cover, from packaging to production, Dixon Earth is setting a new standard in environmental consciousness!
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