The Spark Is There, Our Job Is To Ignite It

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Dan Szczesny sees kids who are in awe of nature from the very start, and does all he can to ignite that passion rather than dampen it.

The End of Men and the Rise of Women, Or Are We Facing The End of Us All?

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It’s the end of men and the rise of women? Great. Too bad the sinking Titanic that is our industrialized civilization doesn’t care. Men and women must unite to save the home we too often take for granted.

Five Ways Nature Restores Our Mental Health

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Why living in nature keeps us happy.

Does Having Less Stuff = More Time for Love?

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This is the Sound of Tree Rings on a Turntable (Video)

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Tweet “The earth has music for those who listen.”  ― George Santayana — For anyone who has walked through the woods, the idea of nature providing ‘music’ wouldn’t seem so foreign. We rely on nature to intrigue and inspire—a cacophony of creatures, weather and plant life that can relieve us of the burdens of urban […]

Letting Go Of Control Can Be The Healthiest Thing

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This short film teaches us that nature knows best and that the wild and powerful spirit of the wolf has the power to heal as well as to kill.

My Wife and I Live In a Tiny Home

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Mike Sliwa and his wife are moving towards the exit of complexity and opening the door of simplicity.

Standing Up For What’s Right, By Getting Lyrical

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Against a grey and desolate urban backdrop, with shaved head and wearing a hoodie, this man’s passion will stun you.

What Americans Could Achieve if We Banded Together Like We Did to Deport Justin Bieber

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Too often we assume our politicians know or care what we care about. “We the People” have spoken. Can we get a redo?

Neanderthals and Humans: An Interspecies Affair to Remember


Tweet By Darren Curnoe Research out today in leading science journals firms up estimates of interbreeding between the now extinct Neanderthals and the ancestors of living Eurasians. They also provide new explanations about the circumstances surrounding the flow of genes into our species when the first modern humans (Homo sapiens) left Africa to settle the […]

The Men Saving Mother Nature

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Matt Adam Williams highlights four inspirational men who are working to save the natural world.

Fulfilling My Childhood Dream: Jungle Living

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Photographer Matt Adam Williams takes us inside the Sabangau rainforest in the heart of Indonesian Borneo.

Look Out Wildlife, Light Pollution Could Get Even More Dazzling!


Let’s all applaud for humanity’s latest achievement: It’s now easy to find our way home at night. From space.

Kiss Me, You Big Lion!

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Kevin Richardson is a South African zoologist. He’s been away in the field to meet his friends. Big friends…errrr…big cats, obviously. Lions actually.

7 Suprisingly Simple Ways to Meet the Divine and Feel Inspired

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Theologian Mark Bowness used to look for God in church. Then he discovered evidence of the creator in ordinary, everyday events.

It’s the Ice, Stupid: The Art and Science of Climate Change


The issue of climate change is so large it can be lost to abstractions. Ice may be the key we need to regain our perspective on reality.