Dan Botkin has an important message for all of us this Christmas season – get back to Nature. AN...
In Umberto Eco’s medieval mystery, The Name of the Rose, there is a famous scene in which Franciscans, Dominicans...
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By Brent Fewell The following may be a wee bit granular for some of my readers, but hear me...
By Brent Fewell Environmental Defense Fund is taking heat from other environmental groups for promoting sustainable energy practices, as...
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By Brent Fewell Linking to an article over at MercatorNet by Tracy Mehan, a friend and contemplative thinker on the human...
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