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Catherine E. Hart Jul 14
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Katharine Bourke Jul 14
So very , thanks for sharing 😎
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Mehgan Heaney-Grier Jul 13
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Dr. Wallace J Nichols Jul 14
Senior year in college (1989) I read 's book, The End of Nature & devoted myself to working to help fix what's broken. These 30 years taught me that emotional health is the basis of sustainability. I wrote to share insights.
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The Nature Nurse™ Jul 14
We are sad too, Alex. The tribe is dedicated to promoting awareness of all the amazing ways water, including our oceans, makes us healthier and happier. We protect what we love. Tell us why you love the ocean. Use hashtag
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Hæckels Jul 14
Blue Mind Journal / 5,000 miles of seaweed - With help from a pair of NASA satellites, scientists have identified what’s being called the biggest patch of seaweed ever seen
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Dr. Wallace J Nichols Jul 18
We’re not stopping until the idea that is common knowledge and everyone has access to their . There’s work to do!
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the #bluemind company 4h
We could use a emoji that depicts the positive emotional response to being near, in, on or under healthy waters and oceans. What would it look like?
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Ken Owen 3h
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Katharine Bourke Jul 21
Loving this article...
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Sean W McKeane Jul 20
Replying to @WallaceJNichols
Most get what you are working on. Some don’t. Maybe they need swimming lessons. (I know my water time today was good for me).
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Dr. Wallace J Nichols Jul 17
Replying to @PeacefulSoraya
And why those who do need to make time for !
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Going Coastal Blue 4h
Replying to @WallaceJNichols
I am pretty confident 2.5 is a conservative estimate!
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Karen Glosser Jul 19
I had the opportunity to talk briefly with astronaut Captain Scott Kelly and was so honored to be able to pass a blue marble of gratitude along to him. He suggested that, from the perspective of space, our…
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KFPaddle 24h
Summer days don't get more beautiful than today! What a blessing to live and work in such a gorgeous setting.
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Dr. Wallace J Nichols 23h
: Study Shows That Living Near Water Is Linked to Better Mental Health
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Paul Jimerson Jul 16
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the #bluemind company 4h
Watch for some news about the collaborative work of the company in 2020 as we enter our 2nd decade. (📷 Jeremy Bishop)
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Bonick Landscaping Jul 18
Just how exactly does water help reduce stress and anxiety? Read our latest blog post:
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Megan Betts Jul 21
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