Mountain river coursing over rocks past trees
05/18/2016
by Jocelyn Mercado | Pachamama Alliance All of the Earth used to be wild and untouched. Human settlement has impacted landscapes since before written history. In recent centuries, with the... read more
rear view of woman walking with dog on Sierra Leone beach
05/04/2016
I used to be a control freak. I used to be a really anxious traveler. I used to think that comfort came from knowing all the possibilities and being prepared for them. I used to think it was all... read more
child looking at Native American statue with headdress
04/27/2016
by Betty Le / Pachamama Alliance It’s music festival season! When the weather starts getting nice, music festivals like California’s Coachella and Lightning in a Bottle attract hundreds of people... read more
hand holding playing cards
04/20/2016
When you move into a Golden Girls home, you not only save money on housing, but can find great friends as well! But moving in with one or more strangers and getting to know new people can sometimes... read more
demonstrators for elder-activists.org
04/13/2016
by Lynne Iser | Elder-Activists.org and Pachamama Alliance There are real opportunities to repair our world. What it takes is an enormous effort, the work of all people—especially us the elders... read more
new cherry blossoms against blue sky
03/30/2016
The spring flowers blooming and the trees blossoming after a long, hard winter has gotten us thinking about beginning anew. Like those flowers, we baby boomers can also bloom. The process doesn’t... read more
Orangutan looking thoughtful in trees
03/16/2016
by Ivy Schlegel | Greenpeace Without looking, would you know how many products in your home contain palm oil? Do you know which products are linked to deforestation? Palm oil is absolutely... read more
International Women's Day logo with crowd of women
03/08/2016
Happy International Women’s Day. This day of celebration of the global women’s community happens every March 8. It was established in 1911 as a day of recognition for the progress in every field... read more
02/29/2016
Nimo Patel featuring Daniel Nahmod With the amazing soulful crafting of filmmaker Ellie Walton, Empty Hands Music, presents you another gift offering music video, “Planting Seeds”. Musicians Nimo... read more

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Mountain river coursing over rocks past trees
05/18/2016
by Jocelyn Mercado | Pachamama Alliance All of the Earth used to be wild and untouched. Human settlement has impacted landscapes since before written history. In recent centuries, with the... read more
rear view of woman walking with dog on Sierra Leone beach
05/04/2016
I used to be a control freak. I used to be a really anxious traveler. I used to think that comfort came from knowing all the possibilities and being prepared for them. I used to think it was all... read more
child looking at Native American statue with headdress
04/27/2016
by Betty Le / Pachamama Alliance It’s music festival season! When the weather starts getting nice, music festivals like California’s Coachella and Lightning in a Bottle attract hundreds of people... read more
hand holding playing cards
04/20/2016
When you move into a Golden Girls home, you not only save money on housing, but can find great friends as well! But moving in with one or more strangers and getting to know new people can sometimes... read more
demonstrators for elder-activists.org
04/13/2016
by Lynne Iser | Elder-Activists.org and Pachamama Alliance There are real opportunities to repair our world. What it takes is an enormous effort, the work of all people—especially us the elders... read more
new cherry blossoms against blue sky
03/30/2016
The spring flowers blooming and the trees blossoming after a long, hard winter has gotten us thinking about beginning anew. Like those flowers, we baby boomers can also bloom. The process doesn’t... read more
Orangutan looking thoughtful in trees
03/16/2016
by Ivy Schlegel | Greenpeace Without looking, would you know how many products in your home contain palm oil? Do you know which products are linked to deforestation? Palm oil is absolutely... read more
International Women's Day logo with crowd of women
03/08/2016
Happy International Women’s Day. This day of celebration of the global women’s community happens every March 8. It was established in 1911 as a day of recognition for the progress in every field... read more
Nora Livingstone on Everest in Nepal
02/24/2016
I think it started when he explained he had been lying to himself about his feelings for me. It may have been when he told me he hadn’t loved me for the past year. Or maybe when he told me he was in... read more

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11/10/2014
Solar powered LED lighting changes the lives of villagers and increases the ability to serve the sick at medical outposts.
11/10/2014
Dr. Dave Irvine-Halliday, a Scots-Canadian engineer, brings low-watt solar lighting to a village in Nepal. By reducing their need for kerosene, the villagers reduce a health and safety hazard. 
11/10/2014
Caltech Paleoclimatologist, Dr. Jess Adkins, Ph.D., answers the question: Is there any hope for planet Earth? His answer might surprise you. 
11/10/2014
Do you want to start a chapter in your area? Green Wish will help you build the infrastructure and identify the local environmental charities in that could use some help.
11/10/2014
Actor/producer Raphael Sbarge talks about his non-profit, Green Wish, which helps to fund local environmental groups. Making a difference can be easier than you think.

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