TALK ABOUT NATURE!
A Blog of Earthy-Crunchy Food for Thought
Did you hear about the mass extinction of almost 700 koalas in Australia? Even though we have the knowledge and resources to save species and our environment.
Today is World Environment Day! We have the power and knowledge to create the world we want to live in. One of healthy choices and opportunities for all animals, humans included. One with no more child labor, sweatshops, animal abuse and testing, pesticides, GMOs and harmful chemicals on the foods, clothes, meds and products we consume. And a world without poverty and war.
As soon as we’re mindful about how we talk about animals, we can start to speak FOR the animals.
Hundreds of thousands of concerned students, parents & teachers around the world gathered to talk about our future on this beloved Earth. Were you there too?
Being the emotional empath that I am, I can get into heavy conversations because it breaks my heart when harm is done to innocent animals, human included. Find out in this post what I’m doing about it.
The end of the year is a good time for reflection and looking forward. Let’s honor the brave animal heroes and talk about making a greater impact in 2019!
When you think of Germany, what comes to mind? The Black Forest, Rheinhardswald where the Brothers Grimm told their stories and now the Hambach Forest? Yeah, me too. It’s our responsibility to protect Germany’s most beautiful feature, the forest.
Let’s talk about expat life, mid-term elections, global warming and animal abuse and how we can bring about change in our world!
Sudan, the last Northern White Rhino male is now dead and I feel the pain of watching another animal species become extinct. Dear Mother Nature…
I’m not marching on Earth Day because of other nature-related plans, but I’ve got something to announce! I made the transition from vegetarianism to veganism!
On September 17, 1995, I landed in Frankfurt, Germany – ready, excited and feeling a bit nauseous to start my new life as an expat. I never left the US before. I didn’t know German. I knew 5 people. I didn’t know it was going to be forever.
Today, on my birthday, I decided to give PETA a gift and wrote them a letter offering my voiceover services.