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Earth Day 2015!

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It is Earth Day, once again. Every day should be considered Earth Day, though, in my opinion. We need to care for our most precious resource, on a daily, hourly, minute and second basis, in order to care for the inhabitants of our planet.

Here is a list of a few books I recommend for adult reading:

The Lorax, by Dr. Seuss – yes!

Hot Flat and Crowded, by Thomas L. Friedman

Silent Spring, by Rachel Carson

365 Ways to Live Green, by Diane Gow McDilda


Flotsametrics and the Floating World
, by Curtis Ebbesmyer and Eric Scigliano

Better Off: Flipping the Switch on Technology, by Eric Brende


The Way Into Judaism and the Environment
, by Jeremy Bernstein, PhD

H is for Hawk, by Helen McDonald

The Birds of Pandemonium
, by Michelle Raffin
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Earth Day’s “A Billion Acts of Green” Take Action“.

Earth Day Network Blog Update

Climate Education Week

Visit Violet’s Veg*n e-Comics for some great vegan suggestions, and for her posts for children on how to care for our world. You will be amazed once you visit her. I love this site! Did I mention that I love this site?!


Voice of America

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