The world is quickly becoming a crowded place. Countries like China are developing at a rate that could be considered dangerous. Everyone knows about their one child rule too. However, such extreme measures do not have to be put into place.
As concerns about climate change and the wider environment continue to become more pressing, the need to ensure your household is as green as possible has never been greater. Each of us has an impact on the environment, known as our carbon footprint.
Every time we turn around it seems there is a new word popping into our collective vocabulary. This is especially true when it comes to the green movement. The term for environmentally-friendly clothing or fashion design, for instance, is eco-fashion.
Interconnectedness goes hand in hand with the key model of Being as manifest through caring. When we can recognize that our being depends on the way we take care of everything to which we are connected, that is, everything that becomes present in our world, then and only then can we act authentically and subsequently flourish.
Many recent articles have been discussing a study that claims organic food is not healthier for you. The study states organic foods do not necessarily have more vitamins and nutrients in their foods than conventional foods.
Mountain rice terracing is practised widely in parts of the Asia-Pacific. Rice terraces are deeply intertwined with indigenous cultures, traditional practices and the ecology of many mountainous areas.
Cleaners containing harsh chemicals contribute to polluting and damaging the environment. The use of green household products lessens the carbon footprint and ensures a healthier tomorrow for future generations.
Everything in the universe is connected to everything else in a cosmic web of interactive feedback loops, all entrained in self-reinforcing relationships that continually create novel, never-ending stories of cause and effect, stories that began with the eternal mystery of the original story, the original cause.