Potential Budget Cuts Threaten a Mission to Preserve Fragile Seabeds

Deep-sea mining could soon become a reality, experts warn.

The Revelator–An initiative of the Center for Biological Diversity

 

The Natural Burial Cemetery Guide  January 1, 2017

 

2017 Green Book Festival Wild Card winner

Available through greenburialnaturally.org

 

 

Discovering Natural Burial Cemeteries in

Changing Landscapes: Exploring the growth of ethical, compassionate, and environmentally sustainable green funeral service  by Lee Webster 2017

 

SEJournal Online

 

Green Burial Not Just Throwing Ashes on Compost Heap December 6, 2016

 

 

 

 

Sailing magazine articles

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Fires In the Tanimbar Islands July/August 2017

CAPSTONE Expedition at Maug Island Sept/Oct 2016

Basins and Seas October 2011

                                    Voyagers Cruising with Voyagers

 

                                  Deepwater Wonders of Wake July 2017

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Swan Song February 2017

Cruising for a Cause

 Splicing Rope Tails

 Maintaining the Whisker Pole

    Barge Folk-October 2013

    A Maritime Crossroads in Southeast Asia

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        Sailing Blue Nun March 2017

        Christmas Island

       Jalan-Jalan in the Tanimbars

 

 

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Interviews and talks

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Green Burials – ‘How we can help the environment even after we pass on’

June 8, 2017

Shades of Green

Ann Hoffner: A Guide to Natural Burial Cemeteries in the US

End-of-Life University 2017

Where, How and Why to Choose Green Burial  

  Dance2Death Afterlife Podcast with Brant Huddleston

Part 1 of 2

Part 2 of 2

Bury Me Naturally Under the High-Bush Blueberries

April 2, 2017

Ethical Culture Society, Maplewood, NJ

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Interview  aired on KOOP community radio in Austin, Texas.

http://shadesofgreenmedia.com/2013/09/green-burials-with-ann-hoffner-and-ellen-macdonald-9-12-2013/

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2010-2011 Don Hamingson Literary Showcase honoree.

 

 

 

 

Digital books

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Plastic boxes are now standard packaging for produce in food stores.

How are they made? Are they recyclable? Should we be concerned about our dependence on them?

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0092PHYSU

                                           

RachelMartincover

 

For those who love the sea and also read fiction.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EGVXA9M