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Goddess of Travel

  Western Hemisphere        Trivia, a Roman diety, is said to be the goddess of commerce and travel.  She is an aspect of Artemis/Diana with three heads to represent the place where three roads meet or the triune goddess of  earth, … Continue reading

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Connections :: Link with Nature

Oahu landscape © L. Peat O’Neil 2020 Check out this interesting theme about meeting ourselves, knowing our links with the natural world.  After all, we are part of nature. Discussion with Tina Welling, author of Writing Wild.   Tasmania © 2020 L. … Continue reading

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Lava Disaster On the Island of Hawai’i

The Kilauea Lava Disaster of 2018 brought devastation to many residents of Puna, the region south of Hilo, Hawai’i that includes the East Rift Zone of Kilauea Volcano. This is not the first time the region was graced with lava.  … Continue reading

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Cacao to Chocolate – Agricultural Commodity Chain

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What is Eco Criticism?

Ecocriticism Reader: Landmarks in Literary Ecology What we read influences how we interact with the natural world. Ecocriticism is the study of the relationship between literature and the physical environment,  an earth-focused view of literary scholarship. The Association for the … Continue reading

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Where the Wild Creatures Roam :: Is It Sustainable?

Wildlife Tourism  What can we do to prevent the massacre of wild animals?  Do humans actually still get a thrill from shooting wild animals?  What streak of evil condones and continues that practice? Does wildlife tourism help stamp out the … Continue reading

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Interview with Zoltán Géher

Special Interview With Zoltán Géher – XpatLoop.com – Specials

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