Car-Free Equals Care-Free

  Car-Free Equals Care-Free by Amy Lignor   Classic cars are stunning. Watching the “American Pickers” on TV trying to save them is even cooler. But…what would a world be completely and utterly car-free? Is it even possible to go car-free in 2016, when people love their cars, run the roads, and now even race […]

Turning the “Ugly” Into a Stunning Emerald “Green”

  Turning the “Ugly” Into a Stunning Emerald “Green” by Amy Lignor   We speak about “going green” and revitalizing this country: from little things, like making your own garden healthy, to projects that involve massive amounts of money as huge buildings are constructed from the ground up to be environmentally friendly. It’s hard to […]

The Best in Sustainable Architecture for 2016

  The Best in Sustainable Architecture for 2016 by Amy Lignor   With each new day, each new climate change report, each new testament that the Federal government will no longer help an individual state if the states don’t realize that climate change is a serious issue, more and more people are starting to understand […]

Animal Welfare is Being Taken Seriously

  Animal Welfare is Being Taken Seriously by Amy Lignor   Although there are many court battles against corporations like aquariums and zoos across the globe, there are those setting the bar very high for others to follow.   When it comes to the water, it is Baltimore’s National Aquarium that’s taking a huge leap […]

Celebrating the Red, White & Blue in a Lovely Shade of Green

  Celebrating the Red, White & Blue in a Lovely Shade of Green by Amy Lignor   It’s almost time… The weekend comes where we all get together with friends, watch an exhilarating show of lights and sounds, and salute the flag as we celebrate the fact that we are honored to be Americans. But […]

Time to Focus on Watershed Health

Time to Focus on Watershed Health by Amy Lignor   With the blistering sun high in the sky for the summer months, it is extremely important for all across the United States to refocus some attention on the conservation of water supplies.   The term “watershed” is known by some (not by all); yet, the […]

Watching a Long-Time U.S. Paradise Become a Trash Heap

  Watching a Long-Time U.S. Paradise Become a Trash Heap by Amy Lignor   When someone thinks of the word “Hawaii,” the last thing one envisions in their mind is a place of ruin. Hawaii has always been looked upon as a vacation paradise; a place you choose to travel when you need to head […]

Teens Speak Up…and Win!

  Teens Speak Up…and Win! by Amy Lignor   Although it is a worldwide belief that all teenagers do in 2016 is play on their cell phones and pretend the rest of the world doesn’t matter, this is a belief that’s actually very misguided. When questioning whether or not teens have a care in the […]

“Tides” Turn Positive for Conservation

  “Tides” Turn Positive for Conservation by Amy Lignor   A great majority of the American people wish to hear more good news when it comes to the Earth, wildlife and conservation. Politics, as well as big corporations, have a far more frequent tendency to stop any good headlines from ever coming to fruition. This […]

This Week States: LOVE THAT TREE!

  This Week States: LOVE THAT TREE! by Amy Lignor   Yes, May 16th is National Love a Tree Day. Now, for some that statement may bring about a voice in the head that says: “Our calendar is certainly turning silly.” But what it should say to one and all is that trees are THE […]

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