We all know plants are life sustaining. Plants are, undeniably, crucial to all life on this planet. We, the ecofemmag team, are the new cat ladies, but instead of cats, it’s plants. We’re shamelessly #obsessed with occupying every spare square...
Written By Renee Daly 2018 is the “International Year of the Reef,” a focus driven by the International Coral Reef Initiative. We are also in the midst of a two year project headed by the National Atmospheric and Oceanic Administration’s...
Written by Nancymarie B. @sincerelynancymarie Going green is more than just a trend, it’s a worldwide movement, focussing on valuing and protecting our environment, and we are ecstatic that more and more people are joining the cause. This is why...
Written by Nancymarie B. @sincerelynancymarie We’re witnessing more and more humans becoming environmentally aware and realizing the damage we’re inflicting on our Mother Earth with the products we use every day. We’re demanding changes. Lots of changes. From throwing out...
It’s Time for Us to Take Responsibility: Sand Scarcity Mother Nature is stronger than we know. We take advantage of the environment in countless ways to make our life better, safer, and more comfortable, and until now she always managed...
Written by Brittany Shenk Have you ever wondered what two entrepreneurs with excessive downtime and a deep love for peanut butter can create? It's okay if you haven't, that's not something we ponder every day, either. But the result for Abhi...
What You Can Do For The Environment Today: The Amazon As global consciousness and awareness have evolved, it is becoming increasingly crucial for us to understand the Amazon. Storing more than 100 billion tons of carbon, it is an essential...
Books To Help You Love And Respect Nature Even More: Part Two By Natalie Montanaro Continuing with our synopsis of some of the best books on nature and the current mindset, which espouses that we are hurting the environment every day,...
Surfing originated in Western Polynesia over 3,000 years ago. But it was only after Polynesians settled in Hawai’i that it became the popular sport of epic proportions for which it is known today. Ancient Hawaiian kings relished in high...
Written By Wendy Stein Think back to the last time you had a blissful experience with nature. What were you doing? Being connected to nature is a reflection of our own wholeness. Realizing that we are nature and nature is...

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