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We’re building roofs wrong. A different approach can save money and lives. Previous generations of cool roofs were generally low-tech: the equivalent of a fancy can of white paint or gray shingles. These work. On a summer afternoon, estimates Berkeley Lab, a white roof will stay at least 31 degrees Celsius (55 Fahrenheit) cooler than a darker one. But for practical and aesthetic reasons, not everyone wants a white roof. New products approach the performance of white material in dozens of colors, including black. (Tuesday June 20th, 2023 — Washington Post - Washington DC USA)

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Why winemaker Gina Giugni stands by biodynamics in her vineyard - San Francisco Chronicle When Gina Giugni began farming a small vineyard on the extreme Central Coast, heavy tilling and synthetic sprays had stripped the land of its native plants, and invasive species like mustard and malva had taken over. Right away, she was set on reviving the vineyard through a rigorous, sometimes polarizing farming regimen: biodynamics. (Monday June 19th, 2023 — San Francisco Chronicle - California USA)

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Biodynamic and the Moon Many non-believers think it is like witchcraft or some gardening feng shui or yet another hocus pocus kind of belief. But when you see it working, you become a believer. This is why I also no longer believe in tilling the soil or breaking it or, as Olive Puentespina the farmers says, “huwag hubaran ang lupa (do not strip the soil).” (Saturday June 17th, 2023 — Philippine Star - )

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Biodynamic beauty at The Wrekin Early sunlight slants onto the woolshed veranda at The Wrekin, as a group of Marlborough viticulturists gathers on a stunning autumn morning. (Thursday June 15th, 2023 — Rural News - New Zealand)

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Fairy Tales Could Be Older Than You Ever Imagined In a new study published in the journal Royal Society Open Science, a folklorist and an anthropologist say that stories like "Rumpelstiltskin" and "Jack and the Beanstalk" are much older than originally thought. Instead of dating from the 1500s, the researchers say, some of these classic stories are 4,000 and 5,000 years old. This contradicts previous speculation that story collectors like the Brothers Grimm were relaying tales that were only a few hundred years old. (Saturday June 10th, 2023 — Smithsonian Magazine - Washington DC USA)

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Community for people with disabilities celebrates a rich history in photos Thousands of photos are being collected for the Canterbury Hohepa project, Recollect, to showcase nearly six decades of supporting people with disabilities. (Sunday May 28th, 2023 — Stuff.co.nz)

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Colours Are The Key To Our Present According To Indivi Sutton This week, her new exhibition, evermore, opens at Saint Cloche gallery in Sydney and is all about right now. As in, surrendering to the present in order to come closer to the “all-embracing truth” as laid out in the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner. Working with natural pigment powders on raw linen, the work aims to replicate the concept of ‘heart thinking’ which emphasises our connection to our intuitive selves. (Saturday May 27th, 2023 — InStyle Australia )

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Scientists find way to make energy from air using nearly any material Nearly any material can be used to turn the energy in air humidity into electricity, scientists found in a discovery that could lead to continuously producing clean energy with little pollution. (Friday May 26th, 2023 — Washington Post - Washington DC USA)

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South China Morning Post “Biodynamic doesn’t have to be moon-related, but there are cow horns with poo involved,” answers Osborn. “It’s all about microflora – it becomes a living breathing soil and breaks down carbon.” (Sunday May 21st, 2023 — South China Morning Post - )

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A new life for London's lost rivers Few visitors know that London has 640km of waterways – and there's a serious movement taking place to restore these "blue corridors" to their former glory. (Monday May 15th, 2023 — BBC online)

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Anthroposophy: French State Television Censored for Its Anti-Cult Bias https://bitterwinter.org/anthroposophy-french-state-television-censored-for-its-anti-cult-bias/ (Monday May 15th, 2023 — Bitter Winter - Turin, Italy)

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Wind is main source of UK electricity for first time In the first three months of this year a third of the country's electricity came from wind farms, research from Imperial College London has shown. (Thursday May 11th, 2023 — BBC online)

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The Italian farmers saving an ancient fruit with solar power The citron of Calabria in southern Italy had almost died out from extreme weather and lack of economic value. But growing the crop under a canopy of solar panels has given the fruit a new lease of life – with lessons for many climate-stressed crops. (Monday April 24th, 2023 — BBC online)

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Ethically Kate: Is biodynamic wine the real deal, or a marketing gimmick? To get back to wine, biodynamic wine is grown with many more considerations in mind than profit and taste. The production of the wine starts with attention to the soil and a biodynamic farmer views the vineyard or farm as a collective. No synthetic intervention methods are used; only the employment of natural materials and composts to grow grapes that have not been interfered with by anything that is not found on the vineyard. That’s what makes biodynamic wine different from organic wine. At an organic vineyard, you may see imported organic fertilisers and pesticides. A biodynamic vineyard will usually depend solely on the local land alone, generally through the integration of other crops and animals too. (Sunday April 23rd, 2023 — NZ Herald - New Zealand)

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Great wine – made sustainably – is a win-win for California visitors Thirty years ago, Frey Wines in Mendocino County became the country’s first biodynamic and organic winery. This trailblazing winery features a wide variety of reds and whites made with sustainability and taste in mind, plus they’re also vegan and gluten-free. (Friday April 21st, 2023 — Travel Week - Rutherford, New Jersey USA)

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Is there room for Detroit-grown organic biodynamic cannabis in Michigan’s saturated market? There's an abundance of weed in Michigan, but for [James] Meyers, growing marijuana is spiritual work. (Wednesday April 19th, 2023 — Detroit Metro Times - Detroit, Michigan USA)

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Sedona Film Fest presents ‘Hilma’ premiere April 21-27 Hallström’s “Hilma” brings to the big screen the life story of a woman who defied conventions and who revolutionized the art world when her work was exhibited in its entirety in 2019 at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. Hilma died in 1944, unknown and unrecognized as the woman who invented abstract painting, displacing Kandinsky, Malevich and Mondrian as the initiators of abstract painting and Modernism. (Saturday April 15th, 2023 — Sedona.Biz - Sedona, Arizona USA)

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This French Winery Is Dedicated To The Organic Side of Wine At Château Monestier La Tour, a commitment to biodynamic winemaking processes bears fruit. (Thursday April 13th, 2023 — duPont REGISTRY - )

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Cheers to Earth Day: A look at organic, sustainable and biodynamic wines This year’s theme is to “Invest in Our Planet.” For decades, the wine industry has embodied this theme by proactively adopting strategies such as sustainable vineyard practices and biodynamic agriculture. (Tuesday April 11th, 2023 — Atlantic City Weekly - Linwood, New Jersey, USA)

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Fruits of his Labor In 1997, Moe Momtazi purchased a 532-acre abandoned wheat farm in what would eventually become the McMinnville American Viticultural Area, or AVA. Using the same holistic farming practices learned from his Persian grandfather, Momtazi transformed the property into Maysara Winery and Momtazi Vineyard. .. Knowing the rules and regulations of organic farming didn’t reflect his soul, he embraced biodynamic farming practices, achieving a Demeter biodynamic vineyard certification in 2005. The winery was certified two years later. (Tuesday April 11th, 2023 — Oregon Wine Press - USA)

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