Ecocentricity Blog: Who Doesn’t Love a Good Singalong?

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Ecocentricity Blog: Who Doesn’t Love a Good Singalong?

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Perhaps the words are overly simplistic (it is a children’s song after all), but the song directly acknowledges our dependence on nature for a range of ecosystem services. Which isn’t exactly a simple concept when you reflect on it.

Tuesday, March 14, 2017 - 10:15am

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I’m going to lay the nostalgia on thick with this post. In the interest of giving you fair warning, the odds that you’ll get a song or two stuck in your head are very high. And if that happens, know that I’m right there with you, as these songs have basically been repeating in my brain non-stop for the last seven months.

If You’re Happy & You Know It. Wheels On The Bus. Apples And Bananas. Shake My Sillies Out. And of course, the unforgettable, incomparable … Baby Beluga.

You know what I’m talking about. “Baby beluga, oh, baby beluga. Is the water warm? Is your mama home with you, so happy?” Yes indeed, friends – my life has come full circle and Raffi is once again a daily part of my life.

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Valerie Bennett
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Ray C. Anderson Foundation
Keywords: Environment | Ecocentricity | Education | Health & Healthcare | John A. Lanier | Raffi | Ray C. Anderson Foundation | Sustainable Living | Trees | Water | Wellness

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