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Reentry Tool Kit: Reentry Technician Training and Classroom Management (Part 4 of 4)

Take A Load Off

Thousands of prisoners from all ranks and backgrounds attend classes and receive one-on-one assistance. Take a Load Off meticulously questions their plans for life after release as well as what they do inside. The ROC offers reliable support and peer encouragement. Read More »

The Business of Reality: How Reality TV Is Harming Wildlife

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Reality TV is fine as entertainment. But the reality show paradigm has crept into wildlife programming, and this is where something is going horribly wrong. Read More »

Walking as Jesus Did – The Pope Brings Hope to the World’s Poor

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What the Pope is saying is in line with the teachings of Jesus, who understood the haves are invariably not as concerned as they should be with the have nots. Read More »

Rooftop Solar: California Legislature’s Newest Renewable Energy Campaign Is Through the Roof

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California is pushing for rooftop solar energy to help increase its sustainable energy use to 50% by 2030. Read More »

FRIDA KAHLO: Art, Garden, Life. The Kahlo Exhibit at the NYBG

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Kahlo's cultural roots were embedded in Mexico. The NYBG exhibit pays homage to Kahlo's history and influence on Mexico's art. Read More »

New York City Is Getting Coyote Ugly

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As coyotes settle in and become New Yorkers, there should be a gradual acceptance of their presence, just like those extremely annoying cartoon characters in Times Square. Read More »

Interview: Greenhouse Director Marc Hachadourian on the 2015 Orchid Show at the New York Botanical Garden

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The curator of NYBG's famous orchid show talks about the incredible diversity of orchids and his 15 years working with them. Read More »

Asia’s Path to Clean Energy

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Asian nations are slowly but surely adopting renewable energy sources, but for at least the next couple of decades, there's simply no way for renewable energy initiatives to keep up with the booming population. Read More »

Why is the Beach Covered with Dead Birds?

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When will our long night of global corporate greed and killing finally fade away into the light? Read More »

Daylight Saving Time – One Hour Can Change Everything

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The problem is that after being on one “time” for eight months, we are thrust into a different one, making us all time travelers whether we like it or not. Read More »