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We fight Climate Change through outreach, restoration, and research. Some of the Earth's greatest landscapes are threatened by increased road construction, oil and gas exploration, and mining. We aim to protect these areas from inappropriate development, but we cannot achieve our goals alone. Find out how you can help.

A Hidden Cave In Arizona Has Sparkling Blue Water | Narcity

A highlight of our year is finding hidden gems that are in plain sight! There's a hidden cave in Arizona that has some of the bluest and clearest water we've ever seen. This sapphire oasis can be found near a popular hotspot, making it an amazing find.

Ukraine Showdown: Why Trump And Biden Are Facing Off | Collective Evolution

The tussle between Democrats calling for Trump’s impeachment and Republicans calling for an investigation into Joe Biden’s influence-peddling in the Ukraine is just the latest act in the never-ending saga of American political theatre.

Planting Billions of Trees Is the 'Best Climate Change Solution Available Today,' Study Finds | EcoWatch

Planting more than 500 billion trees could remove around 25 percent of existing carbon from the atmosphere, a new study has found. What's more: there's enough space to do i

Creative Life Center purchased | Sedona Red Rock News

It appears that it will be business as usual at the Sedona Creative Life Center — at least for now.  In late June the facility, which sits on 15½ acres off Schnebly Hill Road, was purchased by Cyril Chiosa.

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Ukraine Showdown: Why Trump And Biden Are Facing Off | Collective Evolution

The tussle between Democrats calling for Trump’s impeachment and Republicans calling for an investigation into Joe Biden’s influence-peddling in the Ukraine is just the latest act in the never-ending saga of American political theatre.

Scientists Reveal a Multidimensional Universe Inside the Brain | Curiosmos

Scientists have found the Human Brain can create structures in up to 11 dimensions

Why Schools Are Banning Yoga | The Atlantic

In certain parts of the United States, it’s getting more and more likely that rather than a game of dodgeball in gym class or a round of Heads-up, Seven-up as a break between lessons, students will instead find themselves doing downward-facing dog. The internet is saturated with yoga-based lesson plans, teacher-training courses, and “mindful” music playlists designed for schools, while programs for certified yoga instructors who want to bring their practice onto campus have also gained popularity.

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