Color your world... One plate at a time! 🌈 #ICYMI 👉 There are only 3 days left to shop our VIP Sale picks including these gorgeous Moroccan ceramics! Go, go, go! Details in our stories! #globein
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One of my favorite ways to bond with my dogs is to take them on a hike. Lucky for me, we have 289 acres of beautiful land for all the pups here at the Cammies & Canine Sanctuary! Go to CammiesandCaninesSanctuary.org to support the mission of helping homeless Veterans and rescuing dogs!
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Great work by @patagonia in raising millions for organisations fighting climate change! We need more retailers to do the same 🌍❄️ @patagoniaeurope@patagoniamanchester 📷LA TIMES VIA GETTY IMAGES ✍️Angel Au-Yeung, Forbes
On Wednesday, Patagonia announced it has an additional $10 million in profits on its books for 2018 as a result of Trump’s “irresponsible tax cut” last year, which lowered the corporate tax rate from 35% to 21%. Instead of investing the additional dollars back into its business, Patagonia said it would give $10 million to grassroot groups fighting climate change, including organizations that work in regenerative organic agriculture to help reverse global warming.
“Our government continues to ignore the seriousness and causes of the climate crisis,” Chouniard said in a statement. “It’s pure evil.”
Patagonia, citing news reports, claims the oil and gas industry have been the biggest benefactors of the corporate tax cut, with billions added to its bottom line. Meanwhile, the U.S. Global Change Research Program released its fourth National Climate Assessment on November 23, which pointed to the already “frequent and intense extreme weather and climate-related events” as harbingers of an even more tumultuous future. “The timing of this tax cut couldn’t have been worse,” Patagonia’s statement asserts.
This bold stance comes one year after Chouinard first declared his opposition to Trump’s decision to reduce the size of Bear Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments, two Utah land areas that became federally protected under the Obama and Clinton administrations, respectively. In response, Chouinard blacked out Patagonia’s homepage online and replaced it with a simple message: “The President Stole Your Land.” Find the full article on Forbes.com
Reposted from @thejonathanproject - 5 Environmental Consequences of Oil Spills:
1. Oil spills coat everything they touch beaches, marshlands, and fragile aquatic ecosystems.
2. Oil-covered birds.
3. Marine mammals: oil spills frequently kill marine mammals such as whales, dolphins, seals, and sea otters. Oil can clog blowholes of whales and dolphins, making it impossible for them to breathe properly and disrupting their ability to communicate.
4. Oil spills often take a deadly toll on fish, shellfish, and other marine life.
5. Long-term damage to species and their habitats and nesting or breeding grounds.
It’s Monday - you’ve got this! 🙌 It’ll be an exciting but caffeine necessary week for our team. We’re in Nashville to meet up with some of our favorite partners.
Heads up! We might be a tad delayed on shipping out orders this week☕️ We’ll be squeezing in one more cup of coffee early on Saturday morning to pack up a big batch of orders for you, our lovely members!
Mumpung hari cerah, hati ikut cerah, jadi lebih semangat untuk beraktifitas. Soalnya kalau hujan, pasti bawaannya mager ceria 😅
Plus, ditemenin sama yang keren kece dari Wooden clutch bag hari yang cerah jadi makin cerah . .
“Drona, his wife Kripi, and their son, Ashwatthama, are in constant conflict over their views on war, wealth and ethics. Easy to relate to, they are three individuals caught in the kind of emotional quagmire that exists in every family. That’s what makes When Things Fall Apart, designed, directed and written by Gowri Ramnarayan, relevant to contemporary times. ” - Excerpt from review of Kurukshetra: When Things Fall Apart by Dr. Gowri Ramnarayan in The Hindu
This thought-provoking play Kurukshetra: When Things Fall Apart by Dr. Gowri Ramnarayan (in English) will be staged in Chennai for the first time as part of Ananda 2019, a 3-day fest of music, dance and theatre, ideated and presented by AIM for Seva. A fundraiser to support the 129 projects of AIM for Seva across 16 states in India.
Pick up your donor passes now through BookMyShow or from AIM for Seva office located at Srinidhi Apartments, No 4 Desika Road, Mylapore, Chennai--600004.
Ph: +91 9500060153 (Donor passes start at Rs. 300)
Today Film for Change Aotearoa (and Wellington) say goodbye to our valued and talented volunteer Corey Fuimaono. We are going to miss him so much but are so happy he has found a job in Auckland that helps him follow his film passion!
You have a dream💭. You want to make it happen. You want success but ... it's not working⚠️. The words "can't," "don't," and "won't" keep echoing in your head. Those words will control you if you let them. Take them and go from the negative to the positive
Can't ➡️ Can,
Don't ➡️ Do
and Won't ➡️ Will. ... #wordscontrol#watchyourwords#thecomeback
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We’re home after a weekend of fun at Nana & Hank's. I am so thankful for a little downtime to rest my brain from thinking of #allthethings but now we’re home and I am gearing up for what I feel like will be one of the most exciting weeks in business yet!!
I am no good at surprises so here is what’s coming up this week! .
Tuesday: New Podcast Episode!
Wednesday: A new opportunity to grow together as a community for social impact!
Thursday: Video shoot with female founders of Austin!
Friday: headed to Waco to hear @emgreysexton speak! .
I feel so grateful for these exciting opportunities! What are you looking forward to most this week?!
1831 hour ago
Loneliness and the feeling of being unwanted is the most terrible poverty.