Man hunched over picking crops in an arid field.
10/20/2017
A Sustainable System? I live and work in California, the farming capital of the world; hub of agriculture, intersecting food, chefs, and farmers. It is the state that produces the most food in the... read more
Dog sleeping upside down and sprawled out on pillows and bed.
09/27/2017
Let Sleeping Dogs Lie Dogs live in about 36 percent of American households. And, of the dog-owning population, almost 65 percent of people consider their canine companions to be part of the... read more
Torso of businessman holding earth in hand before window looking at nuclear reactors.
09/14/2017
by David Korten | YES! Magazine Perhaps the most compelling reason to change our ways is that Earth needs our help. In our responsibility to respond, might we unite in common cause? On... read more
Kids holding up laboratory flasks with colored liquids.
09/07/2017
By Anna Hunt | Natural Blaze It may come as a surprise that your fragrant body wash, baby’s diapers, or lovely scented candles are actually filled with toxic petrochemicals. These include... read more
Collection of cobalt blue bottles.
08/31/2017
Lightening Your Load 95% of my fellow New Yorkers could be moving things they don’t need or use. Why? 67% are keeping them “in case I need them in the future.” 56% are holding onto them... read more
Woman looking and reaching up into boughs of willow tree.
08/17/2017
optimism is the madness of insisting all is well when we are miserable. ~ Voltaire I wasn’t born an optimist. At least I don’t think so. Not sure what the balance of nature versus nurture... read more
Yellow smart car parked on cobblestone street.
08/10/2017
Smart Design, Smart Car Smart cars are designed with an aim of minimizing their impact on the ecological balance. The designers also work hard to improve all the components using an economic... read more
Black silhouettes on blue background of evolutionary stages of man
07/27/2017
I went to DC’s Smithsonian Museum of Natural History expecting to learn about the history of our planet. Instead, I stumbled upon a Koch-funded climate denial disaster. “With the planet in peril... read more
Several multi-colored plastic bowls stacked in a row.
07/20/2017
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Look around your house  What materials do you see? You probably have some wood and fabric, and perhaps some metal. But what you also likely have a lot of—more than you might realize—is... read more

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Woman looking and reaching up into boughs of willow tree.
08/17/2017
optimism is the madness of insisting all is well when we are miserable. ~ Voltaire I wasn’t born an optimist. At least I don’t think so. Not sure what the balance of nature versus nurture... read more
Yellow smart car parked on cobblestone street.
08/10/2017
Smart Design, Smart Car Smart cars are designed with an aim of minimizing their impact on the ecological balance. The designers also work hard to improve all the components using an economic... read more
Black silhouettes on blue background of evolutionary stages of man
07/27/2017
I went to DC’s Smithsonian Museum of Natural History expecting to learn about the history of our planet. Instead, I stumbled upon a Koch-funded climate denial disaster. “With the planet in peril... read more
Several multi-colored plastic bowls stacked in a row.
07/20/2017
Anonymous (not verified)
Look around your house  What materials do you see? You probably have some wood and fabric, and perhaps some metal. But what you also likely have a lot of—more than you might realize—is... read more
Two men installing solar panels on a rooftop.
07/13/2017
The U.S solar industry continues to break records, posting 70 percent growth year-over-year in the residential sector, according to the Solar Energy Industries Association. In the first... read more
Many green glass wine bottles on cleaning rack.
07/06/2017
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle—remember? While I get a variety of reactions to the fact that I work in the environmental space, one I hear more often than most is “Oh, yeah… we recycle!” I always... read more
Woman stretching outdoors in park.
06/29/2017
Summer Bummer or Good News? You may be beating the heat by spending all your time in climate controlled environments, but are you also beating your diet and fitness goals? Move and live with... read more
Gardener holding up freshly dug bunch of radishes.
06/22/2017
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Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a concept that gained traction in the US in the 1990s, and has grown exponentially in popularity in the last few years. The concept of CSA is beneficial... read more
Insect damaged leaf with holes and brown spots.
06/15/2017
By Ariana Marisol | Natural Blaze Save your crop! Learn how to identify these destructive pests and get them out of your garden. Squash Bug Physical Description: Young nymphs... read more

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04/14/2015
Straight out of the forests of Marin County, California: Brad Black and Susan Griffin-Black, Co-Founders of EO Products, caught up with evox about their booming business! Learn about how essential... read more
04/14/2015
If you thought animal testing was a thing of the past, well, think again! We caught up with Santosh Krinsky, Owner of Beauty Without Cruelty (BWC), who shared with us his values and passions as a... read more
11/12/2014
Directed by Annie Sundberg and Rick Stern. A dynamic portrait of Peter Diamandis, the visionary behind the X Prize Foundation, which provides financial awards to spur the next generation of big... read more
11/12/2014
Directed by Cassie Jaye. With only 11% of engineers in the U.S. being women, product design engineer Debbie Sterling wanted to find a way to encourage young girls to play with construction toys.... read more
11/12/2014
Directed by Albert Maysles. What do trees know that we don't? 13-year-old inventor Aidan realized that trees use a mathematical formula to gather sunlight in crowded forests. Then he wondered why we... read more
11/12/2014
Directed by Dean Deswick. An entrepreneur and two engineers in Holland have made it possible to save the planet and have fun at the same time. 
11/12/2014
Directed by Andrew Hancock. While a sophomore in high school, Riley Ennis used a protein from horseshoe crabs to train the immune system of an octopus to detect and destroy cancerous cells. This... read more
11/12/2014
Directed by Toño Chouza. Xulio is a special person who has only slept two hours a day since he was eight years old. His waking hours are dedicated to inventing. 
11/12/2014
Directed by Rich Williamson. Marcelo da Luz had a dream: to create and build a solar car that would set world distance records. Since then, Marcelo and the Power of One (Xof1) project team has been... read more

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