What is Think Green? It's about the earth, humans, animals, & plants, & the intersections where they connect - i.e. "environmental issues." Green living tips, motivating stories about real people making change, what's happening in the environment, & learning to turn "concerns" into healing opportunities. Green Living Tips when you think green ideas. Read green living tips and ideas at All Things Healing. For more green living ideas and green living tips, visit All Things Healing online today!

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Welcome to Paris, where an entire building is pulsing with lush green life and beauty.

Patrick Blanc is a groundbreaking botanist and designer that creates magical gardens out of building exteriors in urban areas.

Editor's Note from Michelle Gregg: Just imagine! The future could be cities filled with lush green life and colorful beauty, rather than just concrete jungles that sap our health. Flora growing up city building walls would provide a partial solution to air pollution..

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The average produce on the American plate has traveled 1,500 miles, is between 7- 14 days old, and has wasted criminal amounts of fossil fuel from fertilization to harvest. If it's processed and packaged, it's even worse.


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We chose this project as a class because we feel that it is important that people know about the food that they are eating, where it comes from, and what goes into it. We soon found that there are other organizations that have the same concerns we do.


We also gained a new understanding of how simple actions can have an immense impact on our environment...



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by Michael Bloch

There's nothing quite like the scent of a eucalyptus forest after an extended dry spell is broken by rain - everything smells so clean and fresh!


Eucalyptus trees, more commonly known as gum trees locally, are the predominant genus of trees in Australia. Australia has over 600 species; comprising nearly 75% of our flora.

by Melinda Burns

“P” is for phosphorus, the stuff of life, and “p” is for “peak phosphorus” by 2030, ecologists say, unless — presto! — pee can be turned into gold through modern-day alchemy.


Unremarked and unregulated by the United Nations and other high-level assemblies, the world’s supply of phosphate rock, the dominant source of phosphorus for fertilizer, is being rapidly — and wastefully — drawn down. By most estimates, the best deposits will be gone in 50 to 100 years...


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Sandbags have long been used for creating strong, protective barriers, or for flood control...


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by Jeff Kagan

I'll bet I'm the only person to thru hike the Colorado Trail with a curly wig, a sailor’s hat and a bag of animal stickers. On July 23rd, 2008 I leave Denver, Colorado on a 53-day journey through the heart of the Rocky Mountains. Of course I have my basic camping essentials including a ceramic water filter, a down sleeping bag and 3-season tent. But in addition I pack my teaching essentials: “Love Vision” goggles, a fuzzy Bobcat hat, 60 Colorado animal necklaces and, most importantly, my backpacker’s guitar.

by Wes Ozier

Recently the phenomenon of global warming is gaining new attention in the mainstream media. Some are skeptical, but the facts are that the 15 hottest years have all been since 1980, the top three in the last five years. Some scientists calculate average world temperatures will increase by 10 degrees by 2100, causing genocidal damage to the planet...



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by Jim ODonnel

A food forest (or forest garden) is an ancient agricultural concept that mimics nature in all its glory.  We’re not talking a vegetable garden here.  Instead, a food forest is a largely self-maintaining whole and inclusive, interdependent and highly productive system of multi-storied trees, shrubs, grasses, flowers, pollinators, soil, water and you...


Editor’s Note: Edible forest gardening is easier over the long run than growing annual crops, and can provide more total output or food per acre (though yields of any one crop will be less than food grown in monocultures.)  Here is the first of three parts describing the benefits of food forests and how to make them. 


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by Brenda Hyland

As an avid protein consumer I know well how important it is to eat veggies.  Protein is acidic while vegetables are alkaline and hence a perfect marriage. We need to have the perfect balance of protein and veggies...



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Urban Homestead: Local, Organic and in the City

from Organic Connections Magazine

The Dervaes family in Pasadena, California has converted 1/10 of an acre of urban land from concrete slab to gardens, and grows up to three tons of produce per year right there! Imagine what kind of food abundance and vitality would be available to us and our neighbors if those of us with access to land and water produced food where we live.


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