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Randy Johnson

Contributions by Randy Johnston – Educational Consultant for Living with Harmony

Randy Johnston taught accounting and business ethics courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels at five universities. Randy has left business school education to pursue creating awareness of environmental issues as well as animal and human rights issues.

His motivation to pursue this was driven by student feedback regarding topics that were covered in his ethics classes, topics which changed the lives of many students as well as the lives of many of their friends and family members.

He earned a Master of Education degree from St. Lawrence University, Master of Science and Bachelor of Science degrees in accounting from Clarkson University, and a Certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition from Cornell University. He received teaching awards at the University of Colorado Boulder and The Pennsylvania State University.

 
 
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Take Charge of Your Health with JP!

John Pierre, personal trainer and wellness coach, has dedicated the last three decades of his life to continuously learning how to best serve people in transforming their health through a combination of exercise routines, plant-based nutrition, and self love. In the courses and programs below, JP shares with you the same exercise techniques and strategies …

 
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Is Wilderness Gone Already?

The pandemic has hurt “wildlife tourism” and endangered the wildlife which drew in the tourists. The Guardian announced (May 5) that, “Ecotourism collapse threatens communities and wildlife,” and The Washington Post adds (July 17) that this tourism “is essential to wildlife conservation in many African countries.” These reports are all very true, but send the wrong message and obscure an important …

 

PLANET-Based Actions

Is this your trash?

Cut all rings from bottles, bag handles, loops and nets before disposing of in the trash. Taking an extra few seconds to cut up trash will help wildlife and birds from getting tangled in our trash and will help prevent unnecessary suffering.

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photo credit: Mary Caporal Prior

Is this your mask?

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Plastic Rings

 

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