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Supporting Universal Prosperity

Supporting Universal Prosperity

A Peaceful Perspective Occupies Wall Street

Months before Occupy Wall Street gatherings began boldly voicing people’s intolerance for greed and corruption in America’s economic leadership, a New York meditation group was quietly acting to consciously support universal prosperity.

Dietary	Supplement Industry at Risk

Dietary Supplement Industry at Risk

Opinion Editorial

The FDA is poised to remove 20 to 30 percent of existing food supplement companies from the market, force a rise in prices and eliminate the availability of most, if not all, herbal supplements.

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Honoring Earth Day

Honoring Earth Day

Go Green at Parks and Other Community Events

This year’s National Park Week, from April 20 to 28, centered around Earth Day, offers free admission to all 398 national parks from April 22 to 26. Earth Day’s 43rd anniversary celebrations include a host of local events to help citizens of all ages join in the next “billion acts of green,” aligned with the theme: The Face of Climate Change.

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Sustainable Cityscapes

Sustainable Cityscapes

Urban America is Going Green in a Big Way

Forward-thinking U.S. cities are emphasizing healthy housing, friendly neighborhoods, car-free transportation, clean energy, local food and waste reduction.

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Real Climate Solutions

Co-op America’s 12-Step Program

End of the Road

Driving Down Dirty Diesel

Smog Begone

Dramatic Decline in Los Angeles Air Pollution

Conservation Covenant

A Greener Future for National Parks

Landmark Victory

Clean Air Gets a Chance

Peace Prayers

Dalai Lama Leads Ritual Kalachakra for World Peace

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