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Today's Update from Geneva
Today's focus was the Rights of Nature. To those of you in the United States, this may sound strange but on the global front this topic has been getting quite a bit of attention. As a quick summary, the Global Alliance for ...
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There are so many posts lately about how horrible it is that the United States is accepting refugees and it's all because liberals support terrorists, blah, blah, blah. As a lot of you know, one of my major pet peeves is when...
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Oh yummy! Yes, we are being sarcastic. 
One company hopes to supply the country with five percent of its beef
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Oh Japan! You can do so much better than this. :(
Japan has decided to resume whaling in Antarctic Ocean under a revised "scientifically reasonable" plan.
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Washington State folks.....meet your new neighbors!
Wildlife officials have confirmed a new wolf pack near the towns of Twisp and Omak in Washington. They've named the pack Loup Loup, recognizing prominent landmarks within pack's range in Methow Valley.
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What do you think killed the dinosaurs?
A new study attempts to throw cold water on the theory that volcanoes did them in.
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Today's Update from Geneva
This morning was super busy in Geneva as our focus was “Participatory Research, Citizen Sciences and Fab Labs for Peace and Development”. In more simple terms, today’s theme was involving citizens in meaningful projects to he...
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Wow! The world’s oldest living tracked bird has returned to US soil to lay an egg at the sprightly age of 64.
Wisdom, a Laysan albatross, was spotted at mating ground on Midway Atoll after a year’s absence and is expected to grow her brood, estimated at 36 chicks
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Today is ‪#‎GivingTuesday‬, a global day dedicated to giving back. If you like what Nature Abounds is doing, please let us know by giving today or any other day. http://www.natureabounds.org/Donations.html
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Keep an eye on orange prices! The U.S. Department of Agriculture said, after years of decline, there would be an additional 20 percent drop in Florida’s orange production this season.
The USDA recently stunned growers when it projected the smallest orange harvest for Florida in more than 50 years. The culprit: A tiny insect that's killing off the state's trees — and industry.
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Forget Wi-Fi: You may soon access the internet via ordinary light bulbs
Cheaper, more secure and 100 times faster that broadband internet.
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Link to my testimony on the Clean Power Plan and Pennsylvania
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Introduction
Nature Abounds™, a national 501c3 non-profit organization, is encouraging people to unplug, wake up, and take action on issues that help their local community as well as the planet. 

Nature Abounds™ serves as a center where people can connect with like-minded people interested in protecting the environment and in taking action for a healthier planet. Formed in 2008, Nature Abounds has launched several successful programs nationally - IceWatch USAWatch the Wild, Knitters for Nature's Critters, Turtle Ambassadors, and Climate Change Ambassadors. Nature Abounds has also revitalized the Senior Environment Corps (SEC), engaging senior citizens in environmental activities such as water quality monitoring and mentoring the next generation of environmental stewards. In 2013, Nature Abounds received the prestigious Western Pennsylvania Environmental Award for the SEC program.To date, Nature Abounds is engaging approximately 5,500 volunteers across all fifty states, Puerto Rico, and beyond.  
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