Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Sing with your own throat


-- Quote of the Day --

"Different people have different duties assigned to them by Nature; 
Nature has given one the power or desire to do this, and the other that. 
Each bird must sing with his own throat."

~ Henrik Ibsen




-- Conscious Discussions Talk Radio --

Today's Positive Eco-News segment is covering the concept of leave-no-trace use of the outdoors. Find great reuse ideas, learn how to have a campfire more responsibly and what to do when we can't have one at all... we'll have a lot to cover today - so do join us live and drop in the live chat room if you can at 10-11 AM Pacific - or access the archived interview... Link below:


* Note: Winners of our contest will be drawn randomly tomorrow morning and announced here on this blog. (See last Wednesday's post - contest closes tonight at midnight.)

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Monday, May 30, 2011

Green Business & Reuse


-- Quote of the Day --




"Ideas, like individuals, live and die. 
They flourish, according to their nature, in one soil or climate 
and droop in another. 
They are the vegetation of the mental world."

~ Macneile Dixon




 -- Conscious Living Event --

May 30-31 
Solar West Conference and Trade Show
Location: Vancouver, BC (Canada) 




-- Referral Corner --

Check out these recommended resources:



Green Connections is a networking group that encourages the greening of your small business through peer to peer mentoring with like-minded individuals. Green Connections is expanding. Please join us as we welcome and celebrate green business in Simcoe County.   


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Nicole Boivin, founder of Eco-Freek, wanted us to share some info on her service with our audience... Eco-Freek  is a search engine that searches the web (for free and for swap or trade) items people no longer need from over 45+ major sources, providing the most diverse and accurate results anywhere in the world.

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Sunday, May 29, 2011

Radio...

 -- Quote of the Day --

…It turns out that builders have amazing items – really neat, one of a kind items. And a lot of times it would go to the landfill or it would get stored in the ‘boneyard’ where they store things they just don’t want to throw out. And for do-it-your-self-ers, they end up storing it in the garage or somewhere. … Businesses too often have excess… and so we’ve got it now with a geo-platform so that when you come online it figures out where you are and suggests items that are closest to you. …Bricks, flooring… Virtually every tile installation job has a box or more of left over tiles, paint that was over-ordered… I’ve seen some amazing decorating items and a really cool bathtub. Sometimes, what might seem like scrap, like 2X4 ends, a very crafty person can do a smaller project with it.



~ Matt Knox

Today's quote originates from the April 5th segment of the Conscious Discussions Talk Radio show titled: Reuse for Construction & Home Improvement



-- Chatter --

Unexpected family members are visiting from out-of-town, and so we are changing up the schedule today to allow some time with them. Therefore I will be unable to present the Positive Eco-news segment as expected - I've rescheduled it for the 31st however (which was to be my day off) so it really is only a small delay. Apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused.


Scroll down to find a contest going on this week, and do check out the links here on the blog that offer all kinds of helpful information on living a consciously.
Have a great Sunday everyone! :)


Saturday, May 28, 2011

Opportunities for Change


-- Quote of the Day --
"Some tension is necessary for the soul to grow, and we can put that tension to good use. We can look for every opportunity to give and receive love, to appreciate nature, to heal our wounds and the wound of others, to forgive, and to serve."

~ Joan Borysenko


 -- Referral Corner --

The Green Guide website is put out by National Geographic and offers advice for everything from insulation, buying an eco-friendly TV and alternative cars, to water conservation.  

The California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA, founded 1974) is California’s state-wide recycling association. It is the oldest and one of the largest non-profit recycling organizations in the United States - dedicated to achieving environmental sustainability in and beyond California through Zero Waste strategies including product stewardship, waste prevention, reuse, recycling and composting. 


 -- Positive Eco-News --

Now here’s some interesting innovation you mind enjoy – a Canadian, family-owned-and-operated company known as Atlas Block,  are now producing concrete construction and landscaping materials using colored glass collected through municipal blue bin programs. This company, according to Recycling Product Newsletter (http://rpn.baumpub.com) repurposes 2.5 million wine bottles annually, making a lighter concrete product that has the potential of reaching up to 80% recycled content.

-- Reminder --
Don't forget to enter the Splash Into Summer prize draw 
announced this Wednesday (scroll down to find it) !



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Friday, May 27, 2011

Green Funeral Plans


-- Quote of the Day -- 

"Loss is nothing else but change
And change is Nature's delight."

~ Marcus Aelius Aurelius


-- Green Funerals --

Today we have a special guest offering her thoughts on new green technologies and greener options for end-of-life planning. Today's article is written by Elizabeth Fournier of Cornerstone Funeral Services and Cremation, which can be found at: www.CornerstoneFuneral.com  ...Incidentally, Elizabeth was a guest on the Conscious Discussions Talk Radio show back on Feb 4, 2010, which you can find via this hyper-link: Green Funeral Plans
From caskets made of recycled matter to not using embalming chemicals that leech into the earth, people are progressively searching for traditions to make their final resting place a more environmentally affable one.
It has been a long-held belief that cremation is a very green choice. Although cremation uses far fewer resources than almost any other disposition option, it also has an environmental impact and "carbon footprint." So is cremation really an eco-friendly form of disposition?
According to the Green Burial Council, cremation burns fossil fuel and some older cremation facilities can use significantly more energy compared to newer ones. Mercury is also emitted when a person with dental amalgam fillings is cremated, though just how much mercury is widely debated.
So what choice does a greenie have who really does not want to be put in the ground? A little-known method is on the rise and scratching the surface of the U.S. market—water resomation. Rather than cremation with fire, water dissolves dead bodies in an environmentally friendly way through alkaline hydrolysis, a process involving a combination of water pressure, heat, and alkalinity (acid neutralization) that is more familiarly known as bio-cremation or aquafication.
Water resomation accelerates the natural disintegration process through alkaline hydrolysis, sympathetically returning the body to ash. Unlike cremation, it produces a natural, contaminant-free byproduct. This is an environmentally sustainable development—and the bio-responsible option.
In alkaline hydrolysis, an individual body is gently placed in water in a stainless steel chamber. Heat, pressure, and potassium hydroxide are added to dissolve the tissue. The corpse is placed in a stainless steel pressurized tube that is then filled with the key ingredients and heated to 330 degrees. After a few hours, all that remains is the skeleton, so soft that it can be ground into ash by hand. The process results in a non-harmful sterile liquid that can be disposed of at a water treatment plant.
The entire process is complete in about the same time as fire-based cremation, regardless of the size of the body. Pacemakers can be left in place and titanium implants can be recovered—intact and sterile.
The process's biggest draw, supporters say, is the environmental impact: The stainless steel cylinder that processes the body uses less energy to operate and produces far fewer pollutants than cremation by incineration. There's no worry that embalming fluid will further harm the earth. Neither will harmful mercury fillings, which can easily be plucked from teeth and disposed of in an environmentally safe way.
Since 2002, the world-renowned Mayo Clinic in Minnesota has used alkaline hydrolysis to dispose of about 500 bodies that had been donated for medical research. Next of kin are given the option of choosing other means of disposal, and only one family has asked for a more traditional cremation by fire, according to Terry Regnier, the clinic's director of anatomical services.
"Our bodies are largely water anyway, and it's kind of a natural process to turn us back into what we're made of," Regnier said. "The public is looking for a greener way to handle their final dispositions."
Regnier said he personally would prefer alkaline hydrolysis to fire cremation. "I wouldn't hesitate for a second," he said. "I'd have any member of my family do it, too."
Bio-cremation is legal in Minnesota, Maine, Florida, and Oregon, with Florida the early adopter stateside. The Sunshine State's first commercial bio-cremation facility in St. Petersburg has yet to become operational.
Canada has not yet legalized this water-based method of disposition, but this benign process of alkaline hydrolysis already appears to have received at least a tentative endorsement from Roman Catholic scholars. A 2008 National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly analysis argued that "like cremation, alkaline hydrolysis could qualify 'in cases of necessity' as the moral alternative to Christian burial."
Bio-cremation could become widespread once it is understood by funeral directors and their clients. If you give a consumer a choice of water versus fire, they will pick water nine times out of 10. It's perceived as a more sympathetic process than being burned. It's more dignified.

-- Reminder --
Don't forget to enter the Splash Into Summer prize draw announced this Wednesday (scroll down to find it) !


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Thursday, May 26, 2011

World of Writing...



 -- Quote of the Day --

"Experience is an author's most valuable asset; experience is the thing that puts the muscle and the breath and the warm blood into the book he writes."

~ Mark Twain


-- Conscious Discussions Talk Radio --

World of Writing segments air at least once per month here on the Conscious Discussions Talk Radio show, offering tips and information for writers. Today, we'll discuss business savvy and behind-the-scenes activities in a writer's world. Join live @ 10-11 AM Pacific today, and drop in the live chat room if you can... or access the archive of today's interview via the link below:






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Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Splash Into Summer - hop give away contest!

-- Splash into Summer Give-Away Hop --

We are participating in the Splash Into Summer Give-Away Hop hosted by http://iamareadernotawriter.blogspot.com and http://www.pageturnersblog.com - where hundreds of bloggers are offering prizes starting today, May 25 - and going to May 31st.

Find out more about the hundreds of other blogs offering prizes at:

 For this contest we will be offering a draw for a copy of my e-book: Towards Understanding.

Towards Understanding - a collection of 125 non-fiction poems written in chronological order. It is a true story of a young pre-teen female growing up on her own, struggling to survive, breaking the chains of inner angst and finally growing towards understanding of her value and purpose in life. Beginning with her childhood trauma and leading into her journey of finding healing and self worth, the author takes you on a roller coaster ride of emotions through verse. Lillian Brummet writes with words as an artist paints with colors and explores various poem-structures - uncommon amongst modern poets. 


Want to try for a copy? Just leave a comment here on this blog - or if you find that you aren't able to do that,  you can visit our site and click on the contact button there to enter that way. 

Biography:

Lillian Brummet’s award winning poetry has appeared in five hardcover anthology books and several newsletters and magazines throughout North America. She has had the honor of attaining Editor's Choice Award for Outstanding Achievement in Poetry, not once – but twice.  An accomplished free-lance writer and book reviewer, Lillian has also co-authored an environmental text, Trash Talk and Purple Snowflake Marketing, a guide for authors looking to create an effective, frugal marketing plan for their work. www.brummet.ca

A Few of My Personal Favorite Selections from Towards Understanding :


WORDS

Vocabulary on a wheel…
Mumbled words spat out in a spiel,
Yet very rarely are they real.
Understated… over-mused…
Is it comprehension – or compromise?
Better hope they’re big enough in size!
So often stated,
That they are underrated…
And so, false meanings are created
Try to sound sincere,
Yet holding back words in fear,
From being too often jeered.
So many sums lead to so many substances.
Hard to force yourself to take the chances,
And all hell breaks loose if there’s wrong glances.
Despite it all the truth is not truly heard,
Because of the wrong combination of words…
An ironic wheel of confusion is needlessly churned

WOMEN'S JEALOUSY


The girl in white lace and shiny gray stockings,
Attacks every man with her nightmarish taunting.
Her beauty is rare, her movements are sure.
Her casual flirting leaves minds in a blur.
Women both hate her and dote on her too.
They wish they could be that woman anew.
But they're only themselves - though jealous they be;
Thinking from women like that, no man would flee.
But she's covered in make-up and shading and light.
And she'll take many photos until she gets it just right.
These women wish with all of their foolish might,
That they forget who their man's with tonight.
As they wrack themselves over this orchestrated myth,
They enlarge the distance from the one they're with.

THE WORKING POOR

We'll dig ourselves some grit,
And with our cardboard spoons,
And with our stiffened hands,
We'll work to find a spec of gold.
Never forgetting what's bought and sold,
Ever neglecting those we've worked to hold,
Forcing us on, the longing taking us there.
It's always lurking and beyond our control.
The pan grows rusty and holes appear,
Where the stones wore their way clear,
A pan, once new - once brought dreams,
Today - brings little more than despair.
Wondering where the paths we seek,
Could have hidden from our blistered feet.
The labyrinth shines well beyond our doors…
We are called the lost and the working poor.
 

-- Brummets in the Media --


Check out our article on How to Get Book Reviews on Ami Blackwelder's blogs:


http://amiblackwelder.blogspot.com






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Tuesday, May 24, 2011



 -- Quote of the Day --

Changing mass consciousness is an individual responsibility."



~ Dennis Weaver  


-- Positive Eco-News --

 
The city of Tokyo too is seeing the value of recycled metals and is now accepting electric circuit boards and hard disks from home appliances – And according to the article I read from JapanFS.org – they can now extract gold, silver, copper and rare metals including palladium from old appliances – not just office equipment and entertainment machinery, but also microwaves, electric fans… and even vacuum cleaners!


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Monday, May 23, 2011

Green Providers & Policy Makers



-- Guest Post Today --

Today's guest post comes to us from Dr Gary Robertshaw of the The Green Providers Directory:
Examining Leaders Thoughts on Human Impact on the Planet’s Health

Speaking to an audience of MEPs and policymakers at a conference in Brussels, Prince Charles attacked climate change sceptics and deniers for what he referred to as the corrosive impact they exerted on public perceptions. And such perceptions and deliberate manipulation on the truth should not be underestimated. How many of us have heard comments such as: global warming is a myth, or its all part of a natural cycle and its been hotter in the past, long before humans started emitting carbon etc..? 

Although there now exists a vast body of evidence pointing towards man-made climate change, deniers continue to perpetuate the myth that thousands of scientists throughout the world are conspiring to mislead the public. And that the world would have warmed anyway without the billions of tonnes of carbon being pumped into the atmosphere each year. 

This commonly held belief borders on the irrational and is counter to the vast consensus of the scientific community. On a more emotive level, the Prince posed the question: I would ask how these people are going to face their grandchildren and admit to them they failed their future. He went on to say that they were playing a reckless game of roulette with the future inheritance of those who come after us. David Attenborough has made similar comments in reference to his own grandchildren. 

The same sentiments have also been echoed by Barack Obama: "The issue of climate change is one that we ignore at our own peril. There may still be disputes about exactly how much we are contributing to the warming of the earths atmosphere and how much is naturally occurring, but what we can be scientifically certain of is that our continued use of fossil fuels is pushing us to a point of no return. And unless we free ourselves from a dependence on these fossil fuels and chart a new course on energy in this country, we are condemning future generations to global catastrophe. "

A further argument used by climate change sceptics relates to economic growth. That increased carbon emissions are a prerequisite to GDP increases and economic well-being, especially for countries such as China and India. According to this viewpoint, curtailing carbon emissions would restrict economic growth. However, this argument is short-termist and ultimately flawed precisely because economic growth in the longer-term is inextricably connected to the environment. At a fundamental level, the Earth has finite resources yet economic growth is predicated on an ever increasing population consuming an ever increasing amount of resources. At some point soon, the capacity of the planet to continue supporting this bottomless pit type economic growth will start to diminish. 

This viewed was reflected in the Princes words: "I cannot see how we can possibly maintain the growth of GDP in the long term if we continue to consume our planet as voraciously as we are doing. The fabric of the Earths life support system may be beginning to fragment."

Which brings us to another important point. Many in the environmental movement have failed to address a number of critical issues. Firstly, a large number of environmental organisations and campaign groups do not tackle the issue of global population growth, choosing instead to ignore it completely or to sidestep the issue because its seen as too politically sensitive. Yet its a central environmental problem that cannot be brushed aside.

A statement by the World Scientists Warning to Humanity, signed by 1600 senior scientists from 70 countries, including 102 Nobel Prize laureates, has said: "Pressures resulting from unrestrained population growth put demands on the natural world that can overwhelm any efforts to achieve a sustainable future. If we are to halt the destruction of our environment then, we must accept limits to that growth. That does not imply a Chinese style approach to population quotas - programmes aimed at the better education and empowerment of women across the globe coupled with more readily available contraception methods are proven approaches to reducing birth rates."

Secondly, environmentalists should sell the benefits of sustainable living rather than just telling people what to give up. If we are constantly told that living environmentally friendly lives means giving up all that makes life worthwhile, then it is no surprise that people refuse to change. If public opinion is that the evidence for man-made climate is weak or questionable, and that protecting the environment means compromising standards of living then that leads to apathy and inaction. 

Its is clear that the way forward relies on carrying the message beyond a growing but still small group of scientists and environmentalists to the wider public that humans are having an adverse and potentially catastrophic impact on the environment. The inheritance of future generations depends on protecting the environment, halting deforestation and the burning of fossil fuels and implementing programs aimed at stabilising the global population. 

The current situation is perhaps best summed up by Lester Brown, president of the Earth Policy Institute: "Civilization as we know it cannot withstand the stresses of continuing with business as usual. We have got to move, almost on a war footing, to cut carbon emissions, eradicate poverty, stabilize population. We must also restore natural support systems: forests and aquifers and soils. No civilization ever survived that kind of destruction and nor will ours. We have not yet gone over the edge, but we are much closer than most people think."




 
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Sunday, May 22, 2011

Composting, Rain and Book Reviews

-- Conscious Discussions Talk Radio --


Sunday Gardening today at 10 AM (Pacific):

Chris McLaughlin is a passionate Master Gardener, has written several gardening books, teaches kids gardening skills, and actively writes for several online sites. Her work tends to focus on guiding and encouraging gardeners living in suburban or urban spaces to grow food in their own backyards. Join us today for a conversation about Black Gold  - a.k.a. "compost"

 


-- Brummets in the Media --

Do you ever wonder what it is like to be a book reviewer? Wouldn't it be nice to understand their world a little so that you can build better relationships with book reviewers?  If so, you'll want to check out our article published today on: http://www.amiblackwelder.blogspot.com


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Later today at 6 PM (pacific) I've been invited to be a feature guest on Kiler Davenport's talk show via the Destinie Radio Network: http://www.destinieradionetwork.com

The direct link to the interview will be: 
http://www.talkshoe.com/talkshoe/web/talkCast.jsp?masterId=91587&cmd=tc



-- Chatter --

Live has been harried as of late with so much to do in the yard, a landscaping project, home improvement projects and putting our house up for sale. WHEW! Finally, the gardening is caught up, the spring chores are done, the house is spotless... and I can breathe again. Back to work in the office though, playing catch up there - since I've neglected it so much this month. Often I fantasize about splitting myself into about a dozen people - just to get everything done. (ha, ha) The worst, for me, is the inability to make time for new writing projects. This last year its been all about the new editions and the conversion to e-books... and even this project is a little bit behind schedule, since we only have them out in one of the four recommended formats. (sigh) And the rain just keeps on coming, doesn't it? We have two rivers in the area threatening to breach their banks at any moment and while our neighborhood is totally safe from flooding impact, we are concerned just the same for the threatened areas. Soon we'll be complaining about the heat and not enough rain though, just you wait! -lol-



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Friday, May 20, 2011

Climate Efforts & Youth Groups



-- Quote of the Day --
 
“Don't dwell on what went wrong.  Instead, focus on what to do next."

~ Denis Waitley


-- Referral Corner --


Focus the NationFocusTheNation.org - accelerates our transformation to a clean energy future by fostering connections between generations, and empowering young people through education, civic engagement, and action.

Campus Climate Challenge ClimateChallenge.org - a project of more than 30 leading youth organizations throughout the U.S. and Canada. The Challenge leverages the power of young people to organize on college campuses and high schools across Canada and the U.S. to win 100% Clean Energy policies at their schools.

Its Getting Hot in Here - ItsGettingHotinHere.org - a collection of voices from the student and youth leaders of the global movement to stop global warming. Originally created by youth leaders to allow youth to report from the International Climate Negotiations in Montreal in 2005, It’s Getting Hot in Here has since grown into a global online community with over 300 writers from countries around the world.
  

 -- Recycling Instrument Strings --


Did you know that acoustic guitar strings are made of bronze wire wound around steel wire, while electric guitar strings are made using nickel wire?

Apparently there is so much value in old instrument strings that a Japanese music chain has begun accepting them for recycling - Mie Musical Instrument Retailers Association   - including strings from guitars, base guitars, and Taisho harps.
 

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Thursday, May 19, 2011

Conscious Business


-- Quote of the Day --

"Good leaders make people feel that they're at the very heart of things,
not the periphery. 
Everyone feels that he or she makes a difference 
to the success of the organization. 
When that happens, people feel centered 
and that gives their work meaning."

~ Warren Bennis


-- Conscious Discussions Talk Radio --

Topic: Equal opportunity for employment and the wonderful success story of - Casey's Cookies. This non-profit org is based in Florida, and was founded by today’s guests – Barry and Lori Torman - in order to allow those with physical and mental disabilities to become gainfully employed and more self-sufficient.  Join us live and drop in the chat room, or access the archive interview later on, via the link below:


-- Positive Eco-News --
 
I was reading an article on the Sustainable Life Media (SustainableLifeMedia.com) site and learned that Pepsi and Coke companies continue to strive for more bio-friendly plastics… this article focused on Pepsi’s latest breakthrough:identified methods to create a molecular structure that is identical to petroleum-based PET (polyethylene terephthalate), which results in a bottle that looks and feels the same as existing PET beverage containers. … from bio-based raw materials, including switch grass, pine bark and corn husks. … it expects to broaden the renewable sources to include orange peels, potato peels, oat hulls and release the new bottle in 2012 production.

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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

of insect bites & radio interviews

 -- Quote of the Day --

Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.

~ Albert Einstein


-- Chatter --

I'm totally allergic to biting insects and every spring fall prey to illness related to bites. This spring I thought I made it through, but two days ago while mowing the lawn (and having neglected to put on natural insect repellent) I was bitten on the neck. Boy did that thing swell up! Like a golf ball on the back of my neck and the lymph nodes too. So finally, today, I'm feel better, and am back in action - but still really tired and a little under the weather.

-- Brummets in the Media --

 Join me with host Kristin Tews  of the Personal Best radio show based out of Norther Chicago, airing today at 10 AM (pacific)pm - WKRS 1220am -www.wkrs.com


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