andreas buechel with artist name mayloveheal presents variations on his ascende novelJoin Now to Follow
andreas buechel with artist name mayloveheal presents variations on his ascende novel n the novel "ascende, maima, perma and mary the lifeship", a central theme is, how human beings can nurture themselves with hurting the least possible their fellow living beings. as part of the abundance scheme, plant protein packets are being distributed with air vehicles to the wildlife areas for the carnivorous animals. the abundance scheme is a scenario where four fifths of the planetary landmasses are being elected away by the citizens from nation-states into a global federation of regions called pcorfa planetary council of regions for abundance. other important parts of the novel are androids wanting to participate in the emotional spheres of humanity, the human desire to evolve into a next stage called light-/rainbowbody and the parallel procreation via minduploads into robot bodies and computer networks.
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This inaugural podcast for restaurant executives features an informative sustainability discussion with Chris Moyer, project manager of the National Restaurant Association’s environmental initiative, Conserve. The Conserve Education and Recognition Program helps foodservice operators meet the increasing consumer demand for green restaurants and sustainability efforts. Food News Media Editorial Director Blair Chancey guides the interview, which is recorded at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
By Food News Media
The Naturist Living Show presents topics related to naturism and discusses issues of interest to naturists. (nudism/nudist in some countries) Naturism is more than just taking your clothes off. It is a life philosophy with physical, psychological, environmental, social and moral benefits. The podcast is produced by Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park in Ontario, Canada.
By Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park
Living At the Barricades is a weekly tour of the frontlines of environmental justice. Each week hosts Mark Mattson and Krystyn Tully meet on-air with individuals and groups who are fighting for clean water in their community. Living At the Barricades educates, connects local struggles, and supports the fight for clean air and water.
By Lake Ontario Waterkeeper
Amanda and Jean Ann are here to dish the real "dirt" about gardening...'cause the truth is, if you aren't having fun, you aren't doing it right. Between intermittent hilarity, the girls actually offer relevant and helpful information, and invite listeners to get interactive via one of their many social media profiles. Embrace the perfection of imperfection and know that your gardening truly is good enough!
By Amanda Thomsen, Jean Ann Van Krevelen
Today 1.3 billion people live in extreme poverty. Tonight 900 million will go to bed hungry. Yet our world has never been richer. Christian Aid believes that poverty can and must be ended. Listen to regular podcasts from the Communications Team at Christian Aid as we meet the people and see the work that is transforming the lives of poor people in more than 60 countries around the world. To find out more, visit www.christianaid.org.uk or follow us on Twitter @CA_global.
By Christian Aid
As I was surfing the web for the first time these past few weeks. I had the same thought over and over again in my head. All of these web sites feel a little like lost voices in the void hoping to land in your lap (top), to inspire, refresh and ponder the profound and the profoundly strange. What is this urge to tell our stories to effectively no one and everyone? I realized then, that besides this slow burn in my belly to do this, I really I want to learn as much about the topic as you do. And so, through sharing my experience, I re-learn what it was that I wanted to learn in the first place and why, and to deepen my understanding of my subject. I haven't yet seen Recreating Eden , or smelled all 892 roses in the Pickering Nurseries catalogue, and I certainly don't have all of the answers (and wouldn't it be lovely if I did). It's just that I am really out there every day seeing, doing and observing, and why not share it with you gentle reader? For it is you that I think about when I make a garden. To bring serenity and joy to your day when you stop to smell the roses I have chosen and planted for one of my customers, in your neighbourhood. Oh that was cheesy! cheesy but heart felt. I am glad I wrote it. Enjoy my site and my podcasts.
By Beth Lawrence