The Juliana v. US lawsuit established that young people have a constitutional right to “a climate system capable of sustaining human life.” That right is being violated. On Tuesday, June 4th, tune in to the livestream of the plaintiffs’ hearing and post with #AllEyesOnJuliana 👀 so that the government can see how many are watching as it tries to deny the rights of young people in court.
We need the U.S. government to know that the American people are watching. We need #AllEyesOnJuliana👀
For anyone who has read Recipe For A Green Life, you know that I greatly value due research and plenty of resources for: evidence, facts, and learning — as well as for networking, movements, charity, and activism.
In that same spirit, I have added a new page on this blog that provides key resources for these multiple purposes. The resources are shared without any kind of sponsorship, payment or hidden personal benefit to me. The only monetary interest I have on this blog is to sell Recipe For A Green Life (paperback and e-book formats). That aside, this blog is provided solely for the sake of providing educational support, insight, inspiration, facts, news, and guidance for all things related to holistic sustainable living.
If there is a page that you think belongs on the Resources page of this blog, or if you have comments or questions about what is included on the page — feel free to comment or send me a message. Keep in mind that the list will remain geared for high integrity and transparency. Exceptions to this would be unusual…and would need to be clearly helpful as a resource.
There are some things that have remained a standard in my journey on the path towards a more sustainable lifestyle recipe-wise over the past decade or so: the toothpowder recipe, deodorant recipe, and green cleaning recipes. Today, I am sharing the toothpowder recipe, which is an adaptation from the one in Recipe For A Green Life.
Adapting recipes is a necessary part of an ongoing long-term holistic sustainable lifestyle. Needs change, body responses change, situations and abilities change. Therefore, there is a need for us to adapt and change what we are doing. That willingness to experiment and for flexibility in the practice ensures ongoing progress on the path.
Consider the following as possible alternatives/additions:
- an essential oil oral care blend
- cinnamon spice powder, organic
- grow organic sage and grind it yourself
Additional care for troubled gums:
- coconut oil and Manuka honey massage
- crushed garlic, honey and olive oil massage
- oil pulling