Earth911 Inspiration: Nature’s Colors of the Spirit

July 3, 2020 by  
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Today’s quote is from Ralph Waldo Emerson, poet, philosopher, and … The post Earth911 Inspiration: Nature’s Colors of the Spirit appeared first on Earth911.com.

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Ralph Lauren’s 2014 Winter Olympic Team Outfits Scream “Made In The USA”

January 26, 2014 by  
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During the last Winter Olympics millions were astonished to learn that the uniforms worn as the U.S. Olympic Team entered the carnival-like Opening Ceremonies had not actually been made in the United States. The outfits, while designed by Ralph Lauren, had been made in China , something that seemed ludicrous during an event that oozes with patriotism. Thanks to public backlash, Ralph Lauren committed to making sure that the 2014 team uniforms were fully made in the USA, and at long last, we’ve finally gotten a look at them. The bold, some might say garish, design, splattered with stars, stripes, and all the rest, leave no doubt that they were made on domestic soil. See more pictures by following the link below. READ MORE> Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Ralph Lauren , Ralph Lauren olympic team , Ralph Lauren Sochi , US Olympic Team , US Olympic Team Outfits , US Olympic Team Uniforms , winter olympics , Winter Olympics Opening Ceremonies        

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Storm Blows Florida Pelican to a Strip Club in Canada

February 25, 2011 by  
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Photo: mikebaird / cc It’s a rare thing for a pelican to have a name, and rarer still that that name would be inspired by a strip club — but Ralph’s life has been full of such unlikelihoods in recent months. Last August, the brown pelican from Florida was going about his business when he was swept up by hurricane Earl and blown some 1400 miles to the north, finally settling on the roof of Ralph’s Place, an adul..

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New ClimateGate Investigation Clears Scientists for Like, the Gabillionth Time

February 24, 2011 by  
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Do I even need to report this anymore? Guess so, because we have a witch-hunting Attorney General still trying to charge climate scientists with fraud on the loose. So, here goes: for about the gabillionth time (okay, so like 6th or 7th), an investigation has cleared the ClimateGate scientists of any wrongdoing

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Global Investments In Clean Energy to Hit $240 Billion in 2011

February 24, 2011 by  
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Photo: Lance Cheung , Flickr, CC Who’s missing from the lede of this Reuters story ?

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Essential Data From a World on the Edge

February 24, 2011 by  
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A globe showing population projections. Photo credit: Arenamontanus / Creative Commons The hundreds of data sets that accompany World on the Edge: How to Prevent Environmental and Economic Collapse , illustrate the world’s current predicament and give a sense of where we might go. Here are some highlights from the collection…

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