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Happy New Year!

I wish you all a great New Years and hope that 2015 will be the year we’ll come together to save our planet and make huge changes. Much Love, Fredrica a.k.a Green mom

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Abused Dogs Gets New Leash On Life

By Kim Robson: “Court Case Dogs” are victims of neglect or abuse who have been rescued by police and animal control officers and are held as evidence in criminal court cases against their abusers. In partnership with Chicago Animal Care and Control (CACC) and the City of Chicago, a program …

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Ways You Can Help Fight Global Warming

By Larraine Roulston: Voices of optimists rang out in the 1980’s believing that the 1990s would be the ‘turnaround’ decade.  In a 1989 special 24-page newspaper supplement entitled ‘Our Fragile Future’, Thomas Lovejoy, a Washington biologist, credited with bringing plunder of the rain forests to world attention, said, “We have only …

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The, Oh, So (Not) Fun Ingredients Found in Common Kids’ Candy

By Fredrica Syren: Since committing to as natural a lifestyle as possible for my family, reading ingredients lists and saying no to certain kids’ foods has become a daily chore for me. I always have to question ingredients, read labels and be suspicious. Sometimes I feel like the bad food …

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Only Five White Rhinos Left in the World

By Larraine Roulston: In December 2014, Angalifu, another of the last northern white rhinos, the largest of the rhinoceroses that exist in the world, has died at San Diego Zoo, striking a heavy blow to a species already on the brink of extinction. This event comes so soon after another white …

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Ecocentric Mom Discovery Boxes

By Andrea Patin If you are looking to give a woman in your life something that will help her discover more natural, organic, sustainable and ethical products check out www.Ecocentricmom.com. With holiday shopping here, what could be better than shopping online and giving a gift that comes throughout the year. Deliveries …

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Curbside Garden Capture Storm Water

By Kim Robson: When Hurricane Sandy hit New York City in 2012, the city’s infrastructure was overwhelmed with polluted water, causing catastrophic flooding, especially in the subways. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority called the storm’s destruction the worst disaster in the 108-year history of the subway system. In one of the …

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