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By Barbara Augsdorfer The eclipse is considered a portal for human potential and growth. This can extend out to our communities and the world. We are in a time of rapid change that requires us to evaluate our role in society and to take a look at what needs repair, nurturing and love. It is…

The post Tikkun Olam 3: Art exhibit challenges patrons to repair the world appeared first on Green Living.

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….IT’S TIME FOR A CHANGE By Karen Langston Dwayne Johnson was a school groundskeeper who developed lymphoma after using the chemical glyphosate found in the weedkiller Roundup. Dwayne did not know that years of spraying school yards with this Monsanto-manufactured product was potentially harmful to humans. When Dwayne learned that he had terminal non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, he…

The post Are you breathing and eating cancer-causing chemicals? appeared first on Green Living.

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By Allyson Mallah This article is part three of a four-part series about the concept of breakthrough leadership. In earlier articles I’ve referenced that breakthrough leadership requires change and introspection from a number of perspectives. It’s required at the individual level in how people lead. It requires changing how leaders interact with those they serve…

The post Our Breakthrough Leadership: Branding the way we lead appeared first on Green Living.

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A wonderful option for environmentally-conscious homeowners, passive houses are 90% more energy efficient than any normal home. Through clever design, these houses allow homeowners to dramatically slash their energy consumption. If you are planning to build a house, then you can’t do better than passive design for sustainability, cost-effectiveness and comfort. “Passive (housing) is the…

The post Passive Housing: A smarter way of living appeared first on Green Living.

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Who says your “back to school” wardrobe has to be boring? By Laura Madden With September here, many of us have back-to-school fall fashion on our minds. And such was the case for Tess Loo, chief fashion officer and visual merchandiser for My Sister’s Closet in Scottsdale. Chief Fashion Officer and Visual Merchandiser, Tess Loo,…

The post Go Back to School with Style and Sustainability appeared first on Green Living.

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By Laura Madden It’s no secret that fashion is among the most harmful industries in the world when it comes to waste and pollution. Ever-changing trends demand cheap and quickly made textiles meant to last only a few wears before being thrown out. The life cycle of “fast fashion” dominates landfills, poisons water supplies, and…

The post Fight Against Fast Fashion: Local designers inspire eco-conscious trends appeared first on Green Living.

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By Joan Koerber-Walker Everyone needs a helping hand at one time or another. It does not matter if you are young or old, healthy or sick, learning or teaching, wealthy or struggling to make ends meet. We all need help sometimes. NONPROFITS ARE HELPING-HAND BUSINESSES Nonprofits are business enterprises that provide needed services to the…

The post A Helping Hand: The benefits of supporting non-profits appeared first on Green Living.

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I feel incredibly blessed that eight years ago, September 2010, we launched the first issue of Green Living magazine. As the publisher, I want to thank you personally for reading and providing valuable insight on the content for however long you have been a reader of ours. I am sometimes asked, “How do you measure…

The post Publisher’s Note: September 2018 appeared first on Green Living.

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By Chais Gentner Arizona’s largest indoor cannabis grower just grew even bigger. With construction underway, True Harvest is currently expanding into 100,000 square feet. That’s almost double the size of a football field! In 2001, a former Revlon cosmetics manufacturing plant located on 43rd Avenue and Buckeye Road was abandoned. Fourteen years later, True Harvest…

The post True Harvest: Arizona’s largest indoor marijuana grower expands appeared first on Green Living.

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By Javier Valdez What comes to mind when you think of traveling? You might imagine clear blue skies, hot sunny weather and sipping watermelon margaritas while waves gently lap at the sand between your toes. You likely imagine a place far away from your daily grind, your desk, a messy home, horrible traffic jams or…

The post A New Way to Look at Travel: Getting away gives us a new perspective appeared first on Green Living.

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