Author Archives: Pam Lazos

About Pam Lazos

writer, blogger, environmentally hopeful

Reflections – September 10, 2021

Originally posted on Voices from the Margins:
What I noticed this morning … As I took my morning shower, I had to fiddle with the faucet to get the right water flow and temperature gratitude struck me as the warm…

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Get the Lead Out!

by Jazmin Ricks How many times a day do you think about your drinking water? If you’re like me, drinking enough water each day is a constant struggle. I remember being chastised by my mom and, later, well-meaning friends who … Continue reading

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The Brain-Eating Amoeba Naegleria Fowleri

The unofficial end to summer is upon us and as we round the corner heading into Labor Day weekend, perhaps you will be interested in reading this post about the brain-eating amoeba that lives and lurks in our waterways, as … Continue reading

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The Great Pacific Garbage Patch

by Ewoma E. Okah-Avae Ewoma is a Geographer, Environmentalist, Blogger & Podcaster on environmental awareness, issues and concerns. She has a blog on which she writes regularly about the environment. The Green Code: Invest In The Matters Of The Environment … Continue reading

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También la Lluvia

También La Lluvia (Even the Rain) (2000), directed by Icíar Bollaín, tells the story of a small film crew making a movie about Christopher Columbus’ landing in the New World and the effect Spain’s arrival had on the indigenous Indian … Continue reading

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Mortality, the Basics

or Thirteen Tips for Beating Back Death — Stick Optional I woke up the other day with a Blood Sweat and Tears song, When I Die, in my head, one of those songs from childhood that stick with you like … Continue reading

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Water-Conscious Ways to Create an Eco-Friendly Landscape

Enjoy this post on water conservation courtesy of Green Life Blue Water contributor, Mark Harris: Saving water goes beyond turning off the tap before your lawn floods. In fact, conserving water goes far deeper than throttling back your water bill. … Continue reading

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Corporate Conscience – We Are the World Blogfest

Corporate America joins the fight in reducing plastic ocean waste. If you’ve been following this blog for even a little bit of time, you know I consider plastic, especially single-use plastics, one of the more detrimental products of modern life. … Continue reading

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Happy World Oceans Day

[Sunset Beach, Cape May, NJ] Today is World Oceans Day! Like humans who are about 70% water, oceans cover 70% of the earth. In all likelihood, life emerged from the primordial soup, from the oceans to the swamps, bogs, marshes … Continue reading

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Born to Run

Well I got this guitar and I learned how to make it talk.Bruce Springsteen, Thunder Road We all have stories to tell. Some may seem more important, depending on the teller and the telling, more alluring, more entertaining, more profound, … Continue reading

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