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Happy Holidays Blog

12/23/2015 9:21 AM

Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Yalda, Bodhi Day, Yule, Solstice, Nawroz, Diwali or any other way you personally hold dear for this time of year.

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Shark Fin Soup On the Decline

12/9/2015 9:04 AM

For the first time in years, the demand for shark fin soup has fallen. Previously a delicacy for China's newly rich, the Chinese government has used every resource, from famous figures to official statments, to alter the preception of shark fin soup for the entire country. And it's working.

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From Sea to Shining See

12/8/2015 3:46 PM

In an astounding study out this week, researchers say they have - for the first time - recreated the visual representation of what a dolphin ‘sees’ when using their echolocation. 

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For Paris, City of Lights

11/18/2015 7:59 AM

In the wake of what is happening in our world, today's post from photographer Jerry Downs.

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Our Piece on Paris

11/17/2015 9:33 AM

There is an ancient Chinese blessing and curse that says, “May you be born in interesting times.”

The events in France, Lebanon, Syria and Kenya have demonstrated the cruel truth of the interesting times in which we live. Tragedies act as a catalyst to bring out the best of us and point out our inherent humanity and connection. They also point out our confusion and limitations.

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EcoSmart Designs is proud to announce that beginning on Wednesday, November 4, 2015, until Friday, November 6, 2015 we will be participating in the International Gift Exposition in the Smokies (IGES) in Sevierville, Tennessee!

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Just because many animals have lived in captivity for most or all of their lives does not mean they are in any way ‘tame’. Something 33-year old Jacqueline Eide of Omaha learned the hard way when she met 18-year old Malaysian tiger, Mai.

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Far too often, it takes a negative event to bring certain subject to light. This week, it was the $2+ billion-dollar whalewatching industry taking the hit of public scrutiny.

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The Elephant with No Name

10/21/2015 3:09 PM

News of the big bull elephant hunted in Zimbabwe last week has already made its way around the Internet. After all the bad press for Cecil the Lion, trophy hunters were happy that this “kill” had no name. Research and common sense shows that that humans are more apt to sympathize with animals that share traits with us, such as intelligence, emotion—and names.

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