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All the critical issues involved in transitioning to a more sustainable world.


Largest climate protest in history

Mother Earth isn’t asking nicely any more, and neither are we On September 20, 2019, four million youth worldwide marched out of their classrooms, skipping their lessons to teach t …

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Thoughts while walking the dog

If this is such a great economy, why do we see so many young women who can’t afford pants without holes ripped in them? The young men seem to be able to afford belts now; I don’t s …

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Oda Might

New Plan-B play explores the perils of existing in a black body (and what happens next) There are some times when the bottom doesn’t seem low enough. Then, after surviving a car cr …

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Shaping dancers and model citizens: A reflection on the life of arts educator Pearl Wagstaff Garff

A dance, like any great story, has a beginning, middle and end. It begins in stillness. There is a starting shape. Then the story unfolds through sequences of movement with varied …

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Cold starts

Tips on how to avoid that moment when cars produce the most pollution Did you know that 75% of the pollution coming from your tailpipe occurs in the first 50 seconds your car is ru …

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Salt Lake hosts U.N. Civil Society Conference

The goal: to achieve inclusiveness and sustainability at the grassroots level in our communites This August, as a board member-representative of U.S. Servas (pronounced Sir-vahs), …

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October 2019 EnviroNews

There are no sacred and unsacred places. There are only sacred and desecrated places. — Wendell Berry What if Great Salt Lake dries up? As Great Salt Lake levels fall, more than 75 …

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Largest climate protest in history: The Global Climate Strike on September 20, 2019

Mother Earth isn’t asking nicely, and neither are we On September 20, 2019, four million youth world-wide marched out of their classrooms, skipping their lessons to teach the polit …

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Peace without Fear, Boundaries without Violence: The Work of Paul Linden, Ph.D.

Think of a time when you felt challenged, threatened, or in conflict. Let it settle into your body a little bit. (If you’re feeling delicate as you read this, don’t overdo it.) Tak …

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Libby, the free audiobook app from your library

The age of smartphones has led to the introduction of subscription services for just about everything. Bibliophiles who are on the go are likely familiar with services such as Audi …

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