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Entries tagged with “Sustainability”

12 Ways of Looking at a Garden

“Here are 12 permaculture principles to begin with, gathered from permaculturists of the land, of the house, and of the mind.”

2016 Is Officially The 'Year Of Pulses'

Why all the international fuss about pulses?

​3 Ways to Heal the World with Food and Self-Care

Learn why Ayurveda is the healing you, and our planet, need now.

5 Eco-Friendly and Zero-Waste Gift Ideas

Honor loved ones with mindful and ethical green gifts that won’t break the bank (or the landfill).

5 Food Policy Issues We Wish the Presidential Candidates Were Talking About

Here are five food policy issues that the presidential nominees aren't talking about—even though they should be.

A Green Economy to Empower All

Insisting that a green economy can empower everyone, Phaedra Ellis-Lamkins advocates for sustainable jobs that support the clean energy movement.

Are You the 100th Monkey?

Oh, mankind, you are such a remarkable species. So, bear with me. I have to get this out. I’m gonna chat about the pink elephant in our collective living room. You know, the one th…

Coronavirus From the Perspective of Mother Earth

“What if I look at this pandemic from the perspective of Earth? What might our 4.5 billion-year-old planet have to say to the most disruptive of her 8.7 million species right now?”

Creating Alternative, Legal, and Sustainable Incomes

A working model from the Peruvian Amazon

Cultivate Your Spiritual Sweet Tooth

Munching through the Halloween and Christmas holidays alone, Americans consume over a billion dollars of chocolate each year. Turn your sweet tooth into a delectable sacred practice with a side of mindful advocacy.

Extreme Permaculture

From the rainy coast of British Columbia to the Texas desert to the snows of Sweden, these die-hard off-the-gridders test the limits of complete sustainability.

Film Review: Chasing Coral

Jeff Orlowski’s suspenseful and heartbreaking documentary focuses on the phenomenon of “coral bleaching”—the process by which dying corals turn white and fall apart—and…

Film Review: Circle of Poison

Circle of PoisonEvan Mascagni and Shannon PostCollective Eye FilmsThe “circle of poison” refers to the process whereby American companies manufacture pesticides that have been bann…

Film Review: Natural Resistance

Natural ResistanceDirected by Jonathan NossiterGOATWORKS FILMSMore than a decade ago, director Jonathan Nossiter released Mondovino, an ambitious, fascinating documentary look at t…

Film Review: Seed: The Untold Story

Seed: The Untold Story Jon Betz and Taggart Siegel Collective Eye Films Documentaries about the environment and food safety are a dime a dozen, but here’s a topic that’s rarely …

Finding a Green Life, Behind Bars

At San Quentin State Prison, environmental outreach is based on the principle that nothing should be carelessly thrown away—especially a human life.

Going Out Green

One Man’s Adventure Planning His Own Natural BurialOld Arctic Inuit hunters could supposedly sit for days, harpoon poised and ready to strike, just staring at a hole on an otherwis…

Growing an Urban Eden

Edible forests offer a new approach to food security.

How To Make Vegetable Broth From Cooking Scraps

Here’s how to try this eco-friendly technique at home.

Indigenous Wisdom Illuminates the Path to a Sustainable Future

Scientists agree that climate change is real, that it is caused by human activities, and that it is accelerated by the burning of fossil fuels. In the 2009 Copenhagen Accord, it wa…

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