Category Archives: Earth Day

The Goldilocks Planet & The Trump Administration

“For over the past 10,000 years, Earth has been the Goldilocks planet, not too hot, not too cold, as the temperature has been steady, fluctuating by only about 1°C. So, everything the human species has done has been within a very narrow, and almost perfect temperature range (Source: Richard Alley, professor of geosciences, Penn State University, PBS Interview). In other words,

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Kiss The Sky!

Directly after Life Elsewhere’s Earth Day Edition, Norman B dashed off to Seattle to host a very special charity event, Kiss The Sky! The Orca Freedom Concert on Earth Day, April 22 at the Experience Music Project Museum’s Sky Church, benefiting wild Orca research and advocacy. The stellar line-up of artists are all keenly interested in or actively involved with Orca advocacy,

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The Earth Day Edition

“How many people wait with bated breath for Earth Day to arrive in April of each year? Who knows, but taking a wild guess, probably nobody. Earth Day kinda died out along with the fade-out of the counter-culture of the sixties and seventies. Today, they’re all grandparents and Earth Day has dissipated”. Wrote freelance writer and environmental journalist, Robert Hunziker in

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