Tag Archives: nature

All I Can Say Is Wow! The Natural Beauty of the Fall Season

“The spectacular natural beauty of the trees and their Fall colours make you smile and appreciate your environment when you pass through under their canopies or their panels. You see them as you travel through A and B roads across borders towns around Kelso, Scotland.”

via The Natural Beauty of the Fall Season — ScotlandandMe2by

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Sunset Comes At The Right Time and Location #BarkleyHill-98226

Pete Earthlé, IdeasNConversations @IdeasN

When you are sitting at the deck of this property, the marvelous daily sunset will show up. Especially when you are enjoying your wine and unwinding from the day chores that took place.

On July 23 at 2PM, you might put that in your calendar to go and view the ‘Open House’ of this single level Ranch-style home that has the essentials of family living peacefully within a desirable neighborhood atop the Barkley Hill 98226 Zip Code – Bellingham, Washington.

The Richness Within Our Biodiversity

By: Jalenn Turre, Marketing, Business & Social Media Strategist

Let us protect our environment from destructive pesticides that create imbalance of our ecosystem.

 

#Plant-a-tree Do Not Deny #ClimateChange – Be A Part of #EarthDay #MarchforScience

By: Jalenn Turre, Marketing, Business & Social Media Strategist

“Today is #EarthDay so we rolled up our sleeves early to participate in our #treeplantingchallenge every year. This is our way of supporting #marchforscience and recognizing #EarthDay.

Everyone who believes about #RealScience and #NotClimateChangeDeniers participated in the #MarchforScience across the United States today.

I have planted my tree this year 2017. Last week, my elderly neighbor asked me to help them plant a tree in their lot, and we agreed to do it today in recognition of #EarthDay. How about you? There are many ways to participate in this in your own environment. Talk to your neighbors and friends; do something together to help sustain our natural environment.

A Climate Scientist from Pennsylvania State University Mr. Michael Mann shared his insights:

“We didn’t choose to be in this battle, but it has come to the point where we have to fight because the stakes are too great” source: wsvn.com 

The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau issued the following statements for #EarthDay.

“Today, we join the global community to celebrate Earth Day – a time to connect with nature and reaffirm our commitment to build a cleaner, more sustainable world for our children.

“As Canadians, we have a responsibility to safeguard our planet and natural treasures. I am proud of the steps our Government has taken to protect the environment and promote clean growth. These steps include historic domestic and international agreements that will help us respond to pressing environmental challenges, grow the economy, and build a cleaner, healthier tomorrow.

“On Earth Day, we recognize Indigenous cultures that have long understood the intricate links that exist between land, water, air, and all living things. Ensuring that decisions today serve generations tomorrow requires an active effort from all of us.

“Canada looks forward to hosting World Environment Day on June 5 this year. Like Earth Day, it will be an occasion to celebrate our connections to our environment and to each other.

“On behalf of the Government of Canada, Sophie and I encourage all Canadians to take a moment today to go outside, find renewal in nature, and appreciate the environment that connects us all.” (source: http://pm.gc.ca/eng/)

“Sunsets make you forget uncertainties and realities”

By: Jalenn Turre, Marketing, Business & Social Media Strategist

#Yosemite’s Morning and Evening Grandeur, “An Experience With #CaptivatingMoments”

By: Jalenn Turre, Marketing, Business & Social Media Strategist

There are moments in a day when you are captivated with the grandeur of nature. Especially when you are visiting the landmark  ‘Yosemite National Park’. Its incredible amenity of landscapes are magnificent to experience particularly when you see the moments like when the sunset kissed Yosemite’s ‘Half Dome’ and the incredible display of Yosemite’s ‘BridalVeil water fall’ which doesn’t happen all the time like the photos below taken by our very own @matt in 1999 and @junteet in 2003 respectively.

Today June 18 2016, US President Obama and his family are vacationing at the Yosemite National Park. For sure they will have great experience like us and others when we visited the park. Please find some of his remarks below the images;

@2016 Evening_YosemiteSunset

@2016 BridalVeil Fall_Morning Yosemite

President Barack Obama said while he and his family are visiting the Yosemite National Park;

photo credit: Eric Paul Zamora ezamora@fresnobee.com

photo credit: Eric Paul Zamora ezamora@fresnobee.com

“As we look back over last 100 years, there is a lot to celebrate. As we look to the next century, the next 100 years, the task to protecting our sacred spaces is even more important.”

Climate change is the biggest challenge. “It is no longer a threat, it is a reality.” Yosemite’s largest glacier, once a mile wide, “now is almost gone.” “the idea that these places that sear themselves in your memory could be lost to history cannot be taken lightly.”

“We must not scrap international treaties just put together to deal with climate change. This planet belongs to all of us. It is the only one we’ve got. We cannot put lip service to that notion.” (sourcecredit: fresnobee.com)

International #CapturedView – A Perspective!

By: Jalenn Turre, Marketing, Business & Social Media Strategist

Sharing our perspectives and points of view is a pleasant opportunity of discussions. So here is one of our perspective. Where is this view taken? Any guess of this #captureview location?

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Climate Change Impacting the World but Australia’s PM said “Not an Economic Issue”

By: Jalenn Turre, Marketing, Business & Social Media Strategist

The G20 Leaders were successful in putting “Climate Change” as among the Agenda at G20 Summit, that was held in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Brisbane is the capital of Australian state of Queensland; the most populous city in the state of Queensland, and the third most populous city in Australia.

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“Here in the Asia Pacific nobody has more at stake when it comes to thinking about and then acting on climate change,” Obama said. “Here in Australia it means longer droughts, more wildfires.”

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“Tony Abbott told G20 leaders’ discussion on energy he was “standing up for coal” as the Queensland government prepares to unveil new infrastructure spending to help the development of Australia’s largest coal mine.” – source: theguardian.com

The Green Climate Fund aims to assist poor nations combat climate change and relies primarily on funding from governments and private firms in industrialized countries. US president Barack Obama announced the US would devote $US3 billion to the fund, before he made a rallying call on Saturday for global action to curb greenhouse gas emissions.

Japan pledged it would contribute $US1.5 billion to the climate fund on Sunday, taking the total commitment of nations so far to about $US8 billion. The fund wants to raise $US10-15 billion by the end of the month. – source: Sydney Morning Herald

The communique stressed the importance of improving energy efficiency, re-affirmed the group’s commitment to phasing out inefficient fossil fuel subsidies, and said that gas was an increasingly important energy source. (source: bloomberg.com

Experiencing Breathtaking God’s Garden

By: Jalenn Turre, Marketing, Business & Social Media Strategist

photocredit: @TerrenalJ

photocredit: @TerrenalJ

photocredit: @TerrenalJ

A Day of Fun During the Weekend Snow Storm in Bellingham

By: Juntee Terrenal, GMS, Strategic International Business Leader, Adviser & Coach

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Indeed, Fascinating Views – We Got Snow in Bellingham

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