Business, Environment and Ecology, Free News Articles, General Editorial

Sharing Resources: Key to COP26 Success

BERKELEY, Calif. -- World leaders meet in Glasgow beginning October 31 for the United Nations COP26 Climate Change Conference, to address the conclusions of the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report: that human activities have unequivocally warmed and damaged the planet. Share International attributes 80 percent of the warming to human actions, and says sharing resources to mitigate the inevitable consequences is key to solving climate change.

As early as 2007, an article by a Master of Wisdom, recorded by the late British author Benjamin Creme and published in Share International magazine, gave this 80 percent figure and stated that we have a pivotal choice to make: to reap the beneficial results of immediate action, or face the destruction that would ensue from doing nothing, or too little.

The article stated that the World Teacher for this age, Maitreya, who is gradually emerging into public view, "will advocate a simpler form of living, one more in keeping with the planet's situation. When enough people are convinced that this is necessary," it presaged, "there will be a growing movement to simplify throughout the planet." It further predicted that "faced with the dilemma of necessary change, men will come to realize the inevitability of accepting the principle of sharing. Only sharing will make these changes practical and possible."

Although the effects of climate change are coming faster than scientists anticipated, the IPCC report affirms there is still time to slow or even reverse some changes by reducing CO2 emissions to at least net zero. But to accomplish this globally, the wealthier countries must not only curb their own emissions but also share resources and technology with less developed nations, to ensure that all can make the necessary rapid transition to sustainable energy sources.

Three of the four goals of COP26 require potentially large financial investments: radical emissions reductions, strengthening adaptation to climate impacts, and mobilizing finances. The fourth is for countries to work together to accomplish these pressing but inescapable measures. The COP26 web site indicates, however, that developed countries have not even made good on their 2009 Copenhagen Accord pledge to mobilize by 2020 at least $100 billion in climate finance per year for developing nations. Another impediment noted by Jeffrey Sachs, president of the U.N. Sustainable Development Solutions Network, is that poor countries must borrow internationally at rates of 5 to 10 percent, and many have no access to capital markets at all, while rich countries benefit from near-zero interest rates.

Clearly, politicians have not yet responded to the climate crisis at levels commensurate with the danger, but COP26 offers a pivotal opportunity. To succeed at their stated goal of "uniting the world to tackle climate change," COP26 participants will need to go beyond inequitable loan financing and fast-track unconditional sharing of the financial and technological resources necessary to bring all countries on board. This is in line with Maitreya's rallying call to humanity: "Share and save the world."

Share International USA is a non-profit educational organization established to disseminate information about the presence in the world of the Masters of Wisdom, led by Maitreya. More information can be found at https://www.share-international.us/learn/WorldTeacher/.

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Business, Free News Articles, General Editorial, Patent and Trademark, Product Launches

The Automotive Tissue Valet: A Car Tissue Holder

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- It's a clever idea and one that sprung from two near-miss accidents when Arlene Mathews, a registered nurse, and founder of Care Dynamics, Inc. attempted to grab a tissue while driving. She's now relaunched the product with a better look and design.

"Ahh...ahh...choo," Mathews says. "By the second 'ahh' you'll already have a tissue in hand when you hang the Automotive Tissue Valet from the passenger seat's headrest."

Mathews decided to change how the world stores tissues in motor vehicles after her second close call. The first time, she attempted to grab a tissue from a box on the back seat while she was driving and the second time; she tried to get a tissue out of a box on the passenger floor. Now, with the Automotive Tissue Valet, finding a tissue is safe and effortless.

Drivers can reach for a tissue without taking their eyes off the road. It has an adjustable strap and can easily be hung over the passenger seat headrest and to accommodate back seat passengers.

When Mathews first launched the product, she went through the usual new product development procedures of having a prototype made and identifying a manufacturer. After an order was placed and the product received, it was placed for sale on Amazon.

"And, while the item sold well and received great reviews, I decided it could be improved. The new and improved design has a tuck-lid opening for effortless tissue box insertion and material upgrade," she says.

After redesigning the product, a patent application was filed and a US Design Patent was granted.

The universal, neat uncluttered design fits the interior of any motor vehicle and protects the tissue box. In addition to making tissues accessible to drivers, unlike tissue holders that store tissues on the sun visor, or inside the console, the tissue valet makes tissues easily accessible to back seat passengers.

The Automotive Tissue Valet is made with very durable black polyester material and has a 10-year guarantee. It's available in two sizes - for flat and large size tissue boxes. It's also available for licensing and branding. Its design allows space for printing of a brand and/or logo.

Mathews believes that anyone with a nose in need of a tissue while in a motor vehicle, whether driver or passenger, will appreciate the Automotive Tissue Valet's convenience and usefulness.

It's currently available on:

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005KLCW5A

Walmart: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Automotive-Tissue-Valet-Front-Seat-The-BEST-solution-for-storing-facial-tissue-in-motor-vehicles/501435100.

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World of Illumination Unveils Two New Experiences in Georgia

ATLANTA, Ga. -- World of Illumination - the producer of the world's largest drive-through animated light show - is unveiling two new theme parks in the Atlanta-metro area. Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton will be home to Arctic Adventure and Six Flags White Water in Marietta will house Rockin' Christmas. Both shows feature millions of colorful lights and hundreds of animated displays synchronized to popular and beloved holiday music. The shows' construction is already underway and presale tickets are now on sale.

World of Illumination's Arctic Adventure is a polar-themed extravaganza that introduces guests to a 32-foot-tall snowman named Sunny and all of his tundra-bound friends. With whimsical winter characters and a simulated snowfall, visitors will be mesmerized by the larger-than-life, interactive nature of the experience, which opens November 12, 2021.

The musically themed Rockin' Christmas showcases such elements as gigantic boomboxes, iPods and jukeboxes along with DJ Santa and his sidekick the Little Drummer Boy spinning tunes for disco dancers. Additionally, a 500-foot long RGB LED tunnel doubles as Santa's magic portal. The show opens November 17.

Designed to be enjoyed from the safety and comfort of the guest's vehicle, both attractions are about one mile in length and take approximately 25-30 minutes to drive through.

"Our team is thrilled to be bringing these two state-of-the-art shows to Georgia," said Yakir Urman, World of Illumination CEO. "Each experience is completely different from the other and we hope Atlanta residents will visit both this holiday season."

World of Illumination's shows will be open nightly, including holidays, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. All ticket prices are per vehicle, so guests can load up their cars with family and friends to enjoy the show.

From now until October 26, presale tickets are available for a discounted rate. A portion of proceeds benefits Make-A-Wish Georgia.

Online reservations are required and tickets will not be sold at the gate.

For more information or to purchase advance tickets, visit https://www.worldofillumination.com/.

About World of Illumination:

With headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona, World of Illumination is the producer of the world's largest drive-through animated light show, featuring millions of state-of-the-art lights and displays set to holiday music. The company's theme parks are currently located in California, Arizona and Georgia. Connect at @worldofillumination.

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Awards and Honors, Business, Entertainment, Fine Art and Artists, Free News Articles, General Editorial

Exiled Afghan Artist Paints Without Arms or Legs – Inspires Hero Award

LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Robaba Mohammadi, Afghanistan's most famous artist, who paints with her mouth due to a birth defect which denies her the use of her limbs, is reacting to the Taliban's recent takeover of her homeland by building a movement to honor Heroes everywhere, and seeks assistance from those who share her goals with the Robaba Art and Cultural Center.

According to Amy Chang and John Toomey, creators of the Fundly page set up to support her work, "Robaba needs assistance in helping her family emigrate to the U.S. as well as in setting up her Center to operate online."

Denied the usage of her arms and legs by a birth defect, Robaba started painting at age 12, learning to hold brushes in her mouth. Not only did she exhibit her paintings internationally by 16, but in 2019 she founded a school in Kabul, the Robaba Art and Cultural Center.

When the Taliban took over Kabul on August 16, they evicted the Center's employees and shut it down. Now it is rebuilding itself online.

The Center's latest project is the Hero Award (heroaward.net) which recognizes significant achievements on behalf of the UN's 17 Agenda for Sustainability Goals. Previous winners hail from Kenya, Bangla Desh, Indonesia, Colombia, and Malaysia.

"Robaba's immense courage and persistence, shown by her overcoming a profound disability to build a career as an artist, as well as being a mentor for others, is something that can inspire achievers all over the world," says Chang, "and that is what the Hero Award is designed to do."

The Hero Award is conferred monthly upon those who demonstrate extraordinary achievement. In some cases, sketches, caricatures, GIFs, memes, and paintings of the Honorees will be offered as NFTs on Robaba's marketplace. Her platform employs fiat currency, and therefore does not waste the massive amounts of electricity that other NFT marketplaces based on the Etherium blockchain do.

Proceeds from NFTs will be split between Award recipients and the Robaba Foundation, as Robaba wants to remain involved in furthering the Award winners' work.

At present Robaba and two siblings are outside of Afghanistan, and four family members remain in the country. The Foundation is reaching out to international aid organizations to help the whole family reunite.

To help Robaba, and support the Hero Awards, anyone can donate at https://fundly.com/help-disabled-artist-s-family-reach-u-s.

MORE INFORMATION ON HERO AWARD: https://www.heroaward.net/

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3rdPlus Launches with Products and Services for Senior Living Communities Serving the Modern Elder

SEATTLE, Wash. -- 3rdPlus launches today with a mission to make aging better and help break societal and internalized ageist stereotypes by offering transformational services to support communities that serve today's modern elders.

With the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, it is essential to rethink how best to support senior living communities from dining and life enrichment practices to positive aging communications.

"The pandemic reinforces the relevance of what we have been working on for years in the Senior Living space," said Cynthia Thurlow Cruver, founder and principal of 3rdPlus. "We saw first hand how senior living communities were getting a bad rap on the best of days, and the ageist perception of our elders being portrayed as 'weak and vulnerable' was pushed to the forefront, which has made our services even more relevant."

Founded in 2012 as 3rdThird Marketing, with Culinary Coach added in 2017, the newly expanded company branded 3rdPlus, has added two additional divisions to its portfolio: Community Coach, and SparksPlus. 3rdPlus is led by Cynthia Thurlow Cruver, who has long held a passion to create a socially conscious company committed to positive aging by delivering revitalized brand messaging, focusing on health and wellness, and eliminating old-school practices that perpetuate ageism.

"We want to nurture and support the whole person by delivering products and services that today's modern seniors want and deserve," said Thurlow Cruver. "The new structure allows us to broaden our reach, provide transformational programming and services and positions us to help make aging better."

Growing the company to meet today's challenges led to a holistic approach across a broad spectrum of fields and disciplines. The newest of these concepts is SparksPlus. Born from the need to deliver quality, modern life enrichment activities with intellectually stimulating and engaging content, SparksPlus aims to bring college campus-like content into communities.

"Seniors living in communities want more than bingo and crafts. And we want to deliver on that by creating thought-provoking and enriching programs that engage all of the senses and support positive aging," shared Thurlow Cruver.

Dr. Kelly Tremblay, Ph.D., a former Professor of Neuroscience and contributor to the World Health Organization's World Report on Ageing and Health, is consulting with the 3rdPlus team to develop content for SparksPlus. "Thurlow's mission is inspiring. Not only is 3rdPlus trying to combat the negative stereotypes of aging by working with communities, but it's also offering plug-in-solutions for other areas like dining and life enrichment," Tremblay states.

Dr. Tremblay is excited to bring the scientific element into the fold. "As a neuroscientist who specializes in learning and plasticity of the aging brain, as well as an educator and advocate, I'm committed to lifelong learning," said Tremblay. "I am excited about the opportunity to contribute to the new program and help identify speakers for SparksPlus."

Culinary Coach and Community Coach are two of the other innovative programs offered under the 3rdPlus umbrella.

Scott Daniels, Vice President of Culinary and Operations with Culinary Coach, who used to work at one of the nation's largest food contractors states, "I am now in a position where I can truly make a difference. By being able to help communities source fresh, quality, and locally produced foods, we empower our clients to differentiate with their dining. Our reason for being is to deliver delicious, aesthetically pleasing dining experiences to all senior living residents."

Community Coach provides ad hoc services and solutions to support operations, leadership, sales coaching, dietary programs and more. The backbone of the organization continues to be the award-winning 3rdThird Marketing, a full-service branding, marketing, and consulting agency that specializes in reaching the 55+ demographic with age-positive messaging.

"It is wonderful to watch a Washington LeadingAge member grow as they see the need in the market," said Pat Sylvia, Director of Education and Member Development at LeadingAge Washington. "I'm excited about the positive impact they can make in the aging services industry."

3rdPlus is a one-of-a-kind company with enhanced services to help senior living communities transform the resident experience. Founder and Principal Cynthia Thurlow-Cruver has worked in advertising for thirty years and the senior living industry for a decade. She has long held a passion to create a socially conscious company committed to positive aging. Her own family elders' aging journeys coupled with her deep love for healthy, organic food and her foray into restaurant ownership has only reinforced that mission.

Learn more about our mission: https://3rdplus.com/

View press kit and media materials: https://3rdplus.com/press-news/.

Watch the 3rdPlus explainer video and see how our constellation of products and services orbit one great notion: "Making Aging Better." https://vimeo.com/636548810

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The World’s Largest Drive-Through Animated Light Show Is Coming to Southern California

ARCADIA, Calif. -- World of Illumination - the producer of the world's largest drive-through animated light show - is unveiling a brand new theme park called Reindeer Road in Arcadia, California. Slated to open November 17 at Santa Anita Park, the show's construction is already underway and presale tickets are now on sale.

Fully synchronized to popular and beloved holiday music, World of Illumination's Reindeer Road takes guests through mountainous terrain, northern ice caves and towering forests, all on a simulated journey to the mystical North Pole. Covering more than a million square feet, the experience contains the world's largest animated toy shop with over 250,000 sparkling lights.

In its entirety, Reindeer Road features millions of colorful LED lights and hundreds of state-of-the-art displays. Designed to be enjoyed from the safety and comfort of the guest's vehicle, the show is about one mile in length and takes approximately 25-30 minutes to drive through.

"Our team is working overtime to deliver a larger-than-life, completely immersive audio-visual experience to Southern California," said Yakir Urman, World of Illumination CEO. "Our goal is to provide an unforgettable event that creates lifelong memories for kids of all ages."

World of Illumination's Reindeer Road is open nightly, including holidays, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. beginning November 17, 2021 through January 2, 2022.

All ticket prices are per vehicle, so guests can load up their cars with family and friends to enjoy the show. From now until October 26, presale tickets are available for a discounted rate. A portion of proceeds benefits Make-A-Wish Greater Los Angeles.

Online reservations are required and tickets will not be sold at the gate. For more information or to purchase advance tickets, visit https://www.worldofillumination.com/.

About World of Illumination:

With headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona, World of Illumination is the producer of the world's largest drive-through animated light show, featuring millions of state-of-the-art lights and displays set to holiday music. The company's theme parks are currently located in California, Arizona and Georgia. Connect at @worldofillumination.

Related link: https://worldofillumination.com/

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Elections and Politics, Free News Articles, General Editorial, Government, Opinion and Commentary

Candidate Cleopatra Fitzgerald on the Trending Topic of National and International Security

NEW YORK, N.Y. -- According to New York City's Mayoral candidate, Cleopatra Fitzgerald, "National and international security are indispensable for the safety of citizens, tourists, immigrants and residents," and she's bringing some injustices to light. She knows that creating agencies, departments, sectors, industries and infrastructures are global governments' approach to developing coordination, but they don't always work.

"There are inadequacies with laws and they're failing so many. For example, inadequacies are seen in ever-present issues such as homelessness, poverty, civil unrest, wars and cyber and transnational crime. We need new laws and proper enforcement," she says.

Fitzgerald believes that a country's reputation is damaged when the incompetence, recklessness, malice, and inability to perform well only serves to hurt humankind.

"Each country/region defends not only its jurisdiction, but its culture, history, tradition, religion and governance," she says.

And while she knows there are shared country alliances of varied types including protection, there are also sad facts that exhibit corruption, putting countries at risk.

"This happens through coercion, bribery, illegal dealings and the refusal to enter into agreements unless participation in illicit money flow occurs," she says. "As backroom deals are made, some illegally benefit while others are harmed. Articles display how human rights' organizations, protestors, Interpol, international court, ethics commissions, investigative journalists have found truths and justice."

Cleopatra shared her views with "Total Prestige" Magazine. Explaining that when rulers, politicians, countries, regions, etc. use their power to place innocent individuals in concentration camps, provide false medical misdiagnoses and conduct surveillance to ostracize groups, individuals, races, religion, tradition and social norms, it denies citizens freedom of speech and human rights.

Global problems such as school failures, pandemics, suicide, discrimination and governmental deficits all demonstrates taxpayers are wasting their money in useless programs instead of in proper usage.

"There's a vicious cycle of class disparity. The affluent often want to displace the poor from their dwellings and the villainous criminals blame normal residents. It's the old versus the new generation with dissimilar upbringings and perspectives," she says. "Each social class has specific wrongs and people need to voice their concerns to be free from abuse."

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Advertising and Marketing, Business, Free News Articles, General Editorial

South Bay-based Parents Network Rebrands as Local Anchor with National Expansion Underway

REDONDO BEACH, Calif. -- South Bay Mommies & Daddies, a popular Los Angeles area community platform for parents that boasts nearly 8,000 members, is rebranding and expanding as Local Anchor after being selected for the 2021 Facebook Community Accelerator Program.

Local Anchor launched today as a national media company centered around community giving opportunities, content and connection for parents. National resources launched today, with geo-specific groups being added on a rolling basis throughout the next year. Local Anchor will continue to operate its original forum, renamed as South Bay Parents - A Local Anchor Community, launch a National Facebook group: Local Anchor - A Parenting Community for Kindness & Giving Back, with Los Angeles and Orange County outposts coming soon.

Local Anchor founder Laura Stotland was selected as one of 131 Facebook Community Accelerator program recipients globally, out of more than 13,000 applicants, based on demonstrated impact in the community and ability to scale to other markets.

"This is the opportunity to take the best parts of what we've been able to manifest in this tight-knit parenting community and expand to new markets, with the mission of helping foster a national culture of kindness, one community at a time," said Local Anchor founder Laura Stotland.

Local Anchor will provide the platform, tools, ideas and mentorship to encourage families to develop community ties and opportunities to give back, volunteer, and build supportive communities. This continues the foundation of South Bay Mommies & Daddies, which has mounted community giving campaigns including Project South Bay Heroes (a crowd-sourced pandemic program that brought in $15,000 to purchase over 1,000 meals for healthcare workers from local eateries), a South Bay Crayon Collection initiative, and a long-running annual homemade Valentine's Day card collection program benefiting patients in local hospitals.

About Local Anchor

Local Anchor is a nationwide media company focused on supporting parents and caregivers with masterfully curated, hyperlocal content and resources to cultivate kindness, encourage empathy, and empower individuals to build and sustain supportive communities that are rooted in shared interests.

Learn More: https://localanchor.com/ and https://www.facebook.com/groups/localanchor

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Advertising and Marketing, Business, Free News Articles, General Editorial, Travel and Tourism

Facebook-Recognized Entity Girls Who Travel Rebrands, Changes Name To Her Adventures

CHICAGO, Ill. -- Girls Who Travel, a popular women's travel group with over 81,000 members from over 100 countries, has undergone a rebranding. The popular group will now operate under the name Her Adventures. This change comes after Facebook recently selected the platform for the 2021 Facebook Community Accelerator Program.

Her Adventures developed a prominent reputation long before being recognized by Facebook. The platform is the first travel community for women dedicated to leveraging online resources to make travel accessible to all women regardless of access, ability, or privilege. During the pandemic, Her Adventures was the only digital travel group to launch a massive campaign that provided their global members with a safe way to travel via online experiences. Fueled by Facebook's funding and support, Her Adventures will expand its online services to provide additional travel-based resources and programming throughout the following year.

Being selected by Facebook for this particular program is a testament to this travel group's innovative and far-reaching effect. Arden Austin, the founder of Her Adventures, was selected as one of 131 Facebook Community Accelerator program recipients globally. This cohort was chosen from over 13,000 applicants based on demonstrated impact in the community and ability to scale to other markets.

"This rebrand marks a milestone in our organization to make travel and our community more inclusive. We believe that the future of travel begins here, with our mission of ensuring that everyone can explore the world and, in doing so, can become more empowered, empathetic, and open-minded," shared Arden Austin.

Her Adventures will provide the platform, tools, ideas, and resources to allow women from across the globe to experience travel as more than just an elite activity for those who can afford "passports and plane tickets." This continues the work of Girls Who Travel, which has mounted campaigns including gifts, postcards, language exchange programs, virtual tours to places like Chernobyl and Tokyo, online and in-person meetups, webinars with travel industry experts, a marketplace of travel products made by community members, and other fun avenues to explore, learn, grow and support others.

About Her Adventures

Her Adventures LLC is an international media company seeking to radically redefine travel to be an inclusive, sustainable, and empowering experience. The company strives to achieve this by providing curated content that gives all women the resources they need to explore the world regardless of access, ability, or privilege.

Learn more at: https://heradventures.com/

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Breast Cancer Patient Seeks Help with Funding for Proven Alternative Cancer Therapy

OREGON CITY, Ore. -- When Dee Lake found out she had an aggressive form of breast cancer this past September, she decided to take matters into her own hands. Not typically the type of person to ask for help, she put her qualms aside and launched a GoFundMe campaign where she's asking for $45,500 - the amount needed to start treatments at CMN Hospital for Alternative Cancer Treatment. She's already been accepted as a patient, but her insurance doesn't cover this type of care. A bed is waiting for her 28-day treatment, but she needs financial help to begin.

Dee's breast cancer is invasive and fast-growing and has spread to her lymph; she has to act quickly.

"CMN's extraordinary treatment program could potentially save my life," she says. "I'm calling on everyone I know - and don't know - for their help and to be my angels. The hospital has a five-star rating on the world's largest cancer resource and I am hoping I will be able to get there quickly."

While $45,500 will pay for the initial 28-day treatment, any money raised above and beyond that amount will go towards add-on treatments and aftercare.

To date, Dee has met about 20 percent of her goal. While she's waiting to begin treatment, she's been working on writing a series of romantic short reads that are all about true love and have happy endings. As a small incentive, she's offering a free copy of one of these reads to anyone who donates on her GoFundMe page and leaves their email here: https://gofund.me/59a54c3e.

"Prior to writing these short reads, I was a health and wellness professional who had to quickly pivot when COVID hit," she says. "I'm a survivor. I'm calling on anyone and everyone to be an 'angel for Dee,'" she says. "I need my own happy ending."

Learn more about who Dee Lake is here: https://youtu.be/2y45-wzUwNw.

About CMN Alternative Cancer Treatment​

Founded in 1986 by Dr. Payan Garcia, CMN Hospital is located in San Luis, Mexico. This full-service health facility includes a state-of-the-art, alternative cancer treatment (ACT) program - the first of its kind. CMN Hospital's ACT program was launched 13 years ago and is very comprehensive and formulated to simultaneously boost the immune system, destroy harmful pathogens and gently detoxify the body. People diagnosed with cancer of various stages travel worldwide to receive CMN's advanced ACT program.

Learn more about CMN Hospital's ACT program: https://www.cmnalternativecancertreatment.com/.

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