Author: Gary Chandler

Author, Consultant. CEO of Crossbow Communications. Founder of Sacred Seedlings. @Gary_Chandler
natural clay walls for my home

Natural Clay Walls Improve Indoor Air Quality A Natural clay finish on your walls is a beautiful and healthier option over paints and treated wood products. Such walls are good for health, property values, and the environment. Many paints, lacquers, and building materials emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs) into the air of our homes and offices, […]

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contaminated food and water cause disease

Risk Assessment Overlooks Prions San Diego City Council approved plans to reuse sewage water as drinking water. The latest toilet-to-tap water project is a possible death sentence for millions of people who will drink the water and contaminate their homes, gardens and offices with a highly contagious pathogen called a prion. The deadly form of protein can cause neurological disorders in mammals, including Alzheimer’s […]

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global warming and climate change

Global Warming Gaining Speed Climate change has already left a mark on all continents and across the oceans, damaging food crops, spreading disease, and melting glaciers, according to the leaked text of a blockbuster UN climate change report due out on Monday. Government officials and scientists are gathered in Yokohama to discuss every detail before the final wording is released […]

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Sumatra Indonesia

U.S. Company Defending Ecosystems Mother Nature isn’t what she used to be. The issues of climate change, pollution, deforestation, endangered species and poverty are getting worse by the day and they impact the sustainability of life as we know it. Fortunately, a massive conservation plan in East Africa is ready to make a lasting impact on […]

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Gary Chandler

Bahasa Indonesia Indonesia is a beautiful country with ancient temples, beautiful beaches, hundreds of volcanoes, endangered wildlife, and abundant natural resources. This book will help you get the most from your trip by guiding you to sites and towns to visit, activities to enjoy, and places to stay. It also will help you find the […]

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Sumatra Indonesia

Indonesia Travel Book Gary R. Chandler, a public affairs and sustainability consultant, just published the second edition of the Language and Travel Guide to Indonesia (Hippocrene Books, New York, NY). Chandler will use the book to help Indonesia develop more ecotourism opportunities, which can help the local populations preserve the vanishing rainforest, while discouraging illegal wildlife poaching. […]

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prion disease research

Infectious Waste Spreading Prions A Colorado company says that hunters, landowners and many others are being misinformed about the dangers of chronic wasting disease (CWD). As such, public health and the health of entire watersheds are at risk. CWD is another form of prion disease. Prions also are behind the explosion in Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease […]

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Sumatra Indonesia

Editor’s Note: Unfortunately, most of the talk about sustainability in the palm oil industry is just smoke and mirrors. This is an immediate battle for the survival of critical species in our fragile web of life. To be more precise, this is about the survival of the Sumatran tiger and the orangutans of Sumatra and […]

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global warming and climate change

Frack Attack On Land, Water, and  Communities As the U.S. pushes the frack controversy down people’s throats in pursuit of short-term energy independence, we may find ourselves importing water and food to replace damaged domestic resources. It’s surprising that Homeland Security laws aren’t being imposed to cease the threats of permanent contamination and overall terrorism […]

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Nevada Ground Zero In Land War The U.S. government continues to waste taxpayer dollars terrorizing wildlife on public lands. Federal land “managers” have concluded another roundup of wild horses in Northern Nevada with the removal of about 800 animals–some 200 more than planned–citing their poor health and risk of starvation, but the latest such cleansing […]

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prion disease research

Alzheimer’s Disease Infectious Alzheimer’s disease is no laughing matter. It’s deadly, incurable and spreading like wildfire. As we discuss in this article, there are several contributing factors to the epidemic. One cause of Alzheimer’s disease is spreading through our daily environment, including our food and water. Approximately 50 million people around the world have Alzheimer’s disease […]

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prion disease research

Undiagnosed Victims Are Infectious British officials warn that almost 30,000 Britons carry a dormant form of mad cow disease unknowingly and it may affect the blood supply, the Global Post is reporting. Experts said up to 1,000 people could die from receiving infected blood via tainted blood donations. A study published this month by the […]

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