Jul 29 2017

Major Oil Company Doing Right! Compare that to Monsanto

 Chemical Plant Doing It RIGHT! Imagine living next to a chemical plant. I remember when I was a child living in San Pedro, California when we used to drive by a huge refinery and chemical plant nearby. It was a landmark in my neighborhood. One of the round balloon-like storage tanks was painted bright orange…

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Jul 11 2017

Earth, the Ocean and Future Generations — Connecting Your Children to Nature

What do your children and Nature have in common?  A simple answer may be: a desire to survive well and experience happiness. But how is this achieved?  The Lawrence Anthony Earth Organization (LAEO) has developed a program for youth that provides the tools for winning in life modeled after Nature’s common sense lessons.  Cooperative Ecology (Co-Eco) is the term describing this field of…

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Jul 11 2017

Imagine Alaska

Imagine Alaska By Thomas J. McGuire (Tom McGuire having lived and worked in Alaska since 1976 is deeply committed to protecting Alaska’s pristine wilderness and coastlines. Tom spent thirty-eight of those years in the oil well drilling business with extensive field experience on drilling rigs including the last ten of those years as a directional…

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Apr 24 2017

Earth Day – With Awareness Comes Responsibility

Oil Spill Clean Up Methods–A Comparative Analysis, Download Here Analysis Document 1: [ddownload id=”1145″] Analysis Document 2: [ddownload id=”1146″] ♦ Report: “1.5 million tons of oil spilled annually”–twice the amount of oil spilled during the 2010 BP disaster in the Gulf of Mexico! This was a report out of Russia–but really, this is going on all over the world.  An important reminder in…

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Feb 23 2017

20 March Update: Attack on Thula Thula Rhino Orphanage – Big Solutions Needed Against Brutality

How can we Learn from this Tragedy and Take Even More Effective Action? 20 March, Barbara Wiseman LAEO’s International President and Karen Wagoner a crisis management specialist are now in South Africa at the Rhino Orphanage to help with investigations and arriving at the best solutions for ensuring such an event never happens again. In summary…

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Jan 24 2017

Thula Thula Medicine Man

Above: One of our safari travelers interacting with a local Zulu medicine man. The two of them really hit it off and had great fun together doing a mock battle. The medicine man also tells your fortune.  He has a bag full of shells, rocks, and bones, and he has you blow into it and…

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Dec 12 2016

Moving into 2017–A B.C. Canada Spill – True Data About Oil Spill Response

30 Years Later –  Better Technology Still On Hold? Dec 12, 2016, heading into a new year. Here is an excellent documentary film news segment on the obsolete state of oil spill response in North America. Keep in mind there is one major falsehood in this and other testimony like it which is the claim that nothing significant can really…

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Oct 14 2016

Zip Line Adventure

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]I’m scared of heights. But I had forgotten about this when I agreed to go Zip Lining through the jungle along with my wife Rochell and some our tour group. It wasn’t until I was standing on the relatively tiny platform of our first launching point looking down upon the yawning depths below that my…

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Oct 11 2016

A Modern Day in a Zulu Village

Amazing as it seems, there are still very traditional Zulu villages throughout the KwaZulu-Natal which seem to go back in history for hundreds of years

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Oct 8 2016

Shopping At Victoria Market

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Victoria Market in Durban, South Africa is a crowded hodgepodge of small stores selling amazing, locally crafted African art, clothing, souvenirs and spices. So many merchants in one place keeps the prices low compared to a stand-alone souvenir store. As we strolled the tiny aisles, I could feel merchants undressing me with their eyes and…

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