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Cities need to work with their local ecosystems and not against them. This is evidently true when it comes to waste management and overt displays of green initiatives. There is a harder aspect of ecological thinking for cities and it’s usually...

 Where did the water coming out of your tap come from? How is it filtered and purified? How much does it cost the city and state per gallon to deliver? How can they improve that? These and other questions come naturally as fresh water becomes mo...

UNESCO is about as good as it gets in the world of UN Specialized Agencies, responsible for designating and protecting world heritage sites, running literacy for the poorest people on Earth, supporting potable water programs, protecting fragile and e...

Mt. Hood is located approximately 50 miles southeast of Portland, Oregon. It is over 11,000 feet in elevation and is the highest point in the state. Oregon has a string of beautiful mountains which run north and south through the middle. While in the...

Clarence Valley Council, media release, 27 September 2017:Clarence residents urged to be water wiseA surge in water consumption has prompted a call from the Clarence Valley Council for people to be careful with their water use.The council’s general...

Corazon Mining Limited exploration siteThe Daily Examiner, 29 September 2017, p.1:JUST 35km north-west of Grafton is a block of private land with the potential to change the face of Clarence Valley’s industry as we know it.Mt Gilmore, which lies be...

This little goldfish has the freedom to swim as much as it wants. As long as it gets some food each day, it will swim happily for the enjoyment of its owners in a fancy, clean aquarium. Ink and watercolor.Click link below to purchase art itemsFine Ar...