With the Climate Crisis bearing down on us, the Endangered Species Act continually gutted or ignored times keep getting more and more scary. We are in the Sixth mass Extinction and it is human caused. That is why this Halloween Forgotten Nations is joining… Continue Reading “A Halloween Scare”
The event Tuesday night, April 23, with Maya K. van Rossum was wonderful!
For those who fight to save the environment and animals, particularly the last several years, it is just that, a fight. It has been an uphill battle often frustrating and even discouraging. But we plug away and carry on because we know the work… Continue Reading “The Right to a Clean Environment for Humans and Nature”
Termites, they are the enemy of humans. They infiltrate our homes and devour anything made of wood. Their damage can cost homeowners a lot of money. So, naturally, a typical human reaction to the mere mention of termites is a mix of fear and… Continue Reading “It’s the Little Things How termites are really our friends”
“…adopt a polar bear. Be a sponsor, a guardian or better yet, a champion for a Polar Bear. “
August 1, 2018 is Earth Overshoot Day. What does that mean?
This article was originally published January 1, 2018. We have re-posted it for Earth Day. I am compelled to apologize for my species.
Forgotten Nations is a venue for the Nations not given any representation in world governments to have their voices heard. Today, for Earth Day we give voice to the Silent Nations of our planet. Earth Day Plea Earth Day was started in 1970. People… Continue Reading “Earth Day Plea”
The first couple of weeks in April are very difficult and stressful for many Americans. If you don’t have the money to pay someone to handle your income tax headaches for you, you suffer through it yourself. Gathering all the paperwork necessary, filling out… Continue Reading “Taxes and Mindfulness”
You have most likely heard about the bee crisis. Bees are on the decline. This crisis has been given much attention because of the threat to food supply. Roughly 75% of globally important food crops depend to some degree on pollination. Losing pollinators would… Continue Reading “Saving the Bees? Which Ones?”