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A blog about You. A blog about the Earth. A blog about everything in between.

From a positive perspective, to your personal health and the health of all beings around you, and most importantly the health of the Earth.

Let us thrive in our health, our spirits, and enable the Earth to thrive through compassionate actions, so that together we can become one and we along with this planet may finally see the light of the harmony it once knew.

Feel free to submit to me anything you deem relatable to this blog! Whether it's green tips, charitable events, vegan food recipes, etc.

As long as the content is earth friendly, helpful to one's health or promotes civil behavior towards one another [all beings included], it relates!

twitter.com/Lawreun:

    powells:

    Happy Earth Day! Make your profile picture one of our magical Earth Day 2014 patches and spread the love of used books far and wide! http://powells.us/1raK4Yr

    — 15 hours ago with 1455 notes
    veganmovement2012:

Houseplants that will detoxify the air in your home

    veganmovement2012:

    Houseplants that will detoxify the air in your home

    (via veganmovement2012)

    — 1 month ago with 1015 notes
    guardianprincesses:

Introducing the Guardian Princesses! A new generation of racially and culturally diverse princesses who are smart and skillful leaders who protect the people and the planet through collective action. Check them out: http://guardianprincesses.com/

    guardianprincesses:

    Introducing the Guardian Princesses! A new generation of racially and culturally diverse princesses who are smart and skillful leaders who protect the people and the planet through collective action. Check them out: http://guardianprincesses.com/

    — 1 month ago with 17 notes

    Hello loves!

    I happen to have a couple of friends who have paired up on a KickStarter quest to educate the masses with a simple but informational color book on electric vehicles (and other related products like stickers).

    These are two really talented and goal oriented friends and I would love if you could at least reblog this to help out with exposure =) There are infographs and illustrations in sight! Yay fun visual learning! 

    — 2 months ago
    #electric vehicles  #kickstarter  #color book  #coloring  #guide  #eco friendly  #environmental 

    fitandsweaty:

     

    emiello:

    Please consider getting a cup instead of pads and tampons because they are infinitely safer, cheaper, and more environmentally friendly and comfortable.

    YESSS. I bought mine a few months ago and I LOVE IT!! Although I still use the occasional pad or tampon b/c i have them leftover (also b/c im lazy once in a while)

    (Source: ruby-cup.com, via badveganwolf)

    — 2 months ago with 4881 notes
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    There is something very wrong with the entire national system if, in 2014, a country’s lower-income citizens can only afford McDonald’s burgers, and never vegetables. In the same way that clean water and education are basic rights, so should daily access to healthy, fresh food be a top priority of governments. Children in particular deserve no less.


    But this would require a revamp of the entire food production system, including re-allotments of the subsidies that make it possible for a burger to sell for $1. We take that price tag for granted, and yet one pound of beef requires far more infrastructure, maintenance, feed, and water to produce than one pound of potatoes. This cheap, meat-centric, fast food diet is enabled by what meat and corn industry lobbyists are allowed to accomplish.

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    From the post Vegetables are not “Elitist” by Katherine Martinko. A must-read from Treehugger! It rules! I still can’t believe how unaware people are about food prices and government subsidies. Meat is cheap because of the ridiculously unbalanced agriculture subsidies in the United States.  (via vegansaurus)
    — 2 months ago with 133 notes
    yourlittleampersand:

animalsandtrees:

3D-printed human cells could “replace animal testing”
3D-printed human cells could replace the need for animal testing of new drugs within five years, according to a pioneering bio-printing expert at the 3D Printshow in London.
"It lends itself strongly to replace animal testing," said bioengineering PhD student Alan Faulkner-Jones of Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh. “If it gets to be as accurate as it should be, there would be no need to test on animals.”

Finally! Why didn’t they think of this sooner? No more animal testing, please and thank you. 

    yourlittleampersand:

    animalsandtrees:

    3D-printed human cells could “replace animal testing”

    3D-printed human cells could replace the need for animal testing of new drugs within five years, according to a pioneering bio-printing expert at the 3D Printshow in London.

    "It lends itself strongly to replace animal testing," said bioengineering PhD student Alan Faulkner-Jones of Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh. “If it gets to be as accurate as it should be, there would be no need to test on animals.”

    Finally! Why didn’t they think of this sooner? No more animal testing, please and thank you. 

    (via to-her-darkness)

    — 2 months ago with 910 notes