Three brightly colored spray bottle nozzles.
12/08/2016
Intro: Like most first-time well-to-do western parents, I get a vague sense that we’re hyper-obsessing. Along those lines, one of the first things we tried to do after we found out [we were... read more
12/05/2016
Critter-Be-Gone! Green Diva Meg shares a simple recipe to help keep critters away from your garden. Hot pepper spray is a great way to deter hungry bunnies, ground hogs, squirrels, and deer. Visit... read more
12/02/2016
Turn your afternoon entertaining up a notch. Green Diva Meg shares her special lavender lemonade recipe right from the garden! But you can use food-grade lavender if it isn't the right time of... read more
12/02/2016
Green Diva Meg has the cure for the summertime blues. She shares her DIY, non-toxic, effective tick and bug repellent spray. Great tutorial. PLEASE VISIT TheGreenDivas.com for more!
Barren white desk top with simple coffee mug, paperclips, and pencil.
12/01/2016
by Arielle Anthony | Pachamama Alliance How Minimalism Can Change Your World Our modern society teaches us that our possessions define who we are. This consumerist approach to life dictates... read more
Lone hiker on a point overlooking valley in wilderness.
11/24/2016
Above and Beyond by Rebecca Lawton | Aeon I had just finished digging an outhouse pit on a river in Colorado with a fellow National Park Service ranger when we saw the unexpected: a solo... read more
Crosscut tree with rings and leaves atop the circles.
11/10/2016
by Cecily Montgomery | Pachamama Alliance Economic Models With the world producing more and more goods, many environmental organizations promote recycling programs as a solution. Some cities,... read more
View from behind woman sitting on bench inside box gazing at the ocean.
11/03/2016
The cycle of adoption is fascinating and worth examining: A grass-roots movement springs up because an individual or small number of people wants to change something. The majority deride him/... read more
urban guerilla architecture home on stilts.
10/27/2016
Guerrilla architecture is a social movement aimed at bringing awareness and responsibility to urban housing design. It’s focused on reclaiming and utilizing underused space that is available to... read more

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Three brightly colored spray bottle nozzles.
12/08/2016
Intro: Like most first-time well-to-do western parents, I get a vague sense that we’re hyper-obsessing. Along those lines, one of the first things we tried to do after we found out [we were... read more
Barren white desk top with simple coffee mug, paperclips, and pencil.
12/01/2016
by Arielle Anthony | Pachamama Alliance How Minimalism Can Change Your World Our modern society teaches us that our possessions define who we are. This consumerist approach to life dictates... read more
Lone hiker on a point overlooking valley in wilderness.
11/24/2016
Above and Beyond by Rebecca Lawton | Aeon I had just finished digging an outhouse pit on a river in Colorado with a fellow National Park Service ranger when we saw the unexpected: a solo... read more
Crosscut tree with rings and leaves atop the circles.
11/10/2016
by Cecily Montgomery | Pachamama Alliance Economic Models With the world producing more and more goods, many environmental organizations promote recycling programs as a solution. Some cities,... read more
View from behind woman sitting on bench inside box gazing at the ocean.
11/03/2016
The cycle of adoption is fascinating and worth examining: A grass-roots movement springs up because an individual or small number of people wants to change something. The majority deride him/... read more
urban guerilla architecture home on stilts.
10/27/2016
Guerrilla architecture is a social movement aimed at bringing awareness and responsibility to urban housing design. It’s focused on reclaiming and utilizing underused space that is available to... read more
Overhead shot of thrift store shoppers looking at racks of clothes.
10/20/2016
It’s true — my coolness has been completely botched. I’ve always loved shopping at thrift stores. I’ve purchased a few new things in my life, however the main focus has always been on second-hand... read more
Guerilla gardener's red leather purse with plants.
10/13/2016
In-Ground Underground Vanessa Harden channels her inner James Bond for the collection of covert gardening devices she’s designed for her subversive guerrilla gardening ... read more
Cluttered desk piled with magazines and books.
10/06/2016
Someday You know all those back issues of magazines you’re going to read “someday?” Or those fabulous recipes you’re going to prepare “someday?” Or that spectacular research project your... read more

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11/12/2014
Directed by Rory Owen Delaney. Of the 2.3 million U.S. military personnel who have deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan since 2001, studies estimate that as many as 460,000 suffer from post-traumatic... read more
11/12/2014
Directed by Callum Cooper. A short documentary portrait on a designer who has created a low cost solution to landmine clearance. 
11/12/2014
Directed by Leveler Media. Temple University biologist Tonia Hsieh explains how she uses the unlikely combination of lizards and high speed cameras to advance the field of robotics. 
11/12/2014
Directed by Haroun Saifi. The Walk Again Project is an international research consortium cofounded by Miguel Nicolelis, professor in biology at Duke University and neurophyisiologist. 
11/12/2014
Directed by David Henderson-Hean and Todd Brooks. The Challenge: as we face imminent ecological collapse, visionary change agent Jason F. McLennan heads up a growing movement of deep-green design and... read more
11/12/2014
Directed by Zac Geoffray and Eric Cook. A short documentary about a pair of innovative street artists who change the way people perceive downtown Los Angeles. 
11/12/2014
Directed by Jessica Edwards and Gary Hustwit. Trash becomes energy at a small New York landfill where people are thinking differently about garbage. 
11/12/2014
Directed by Matthew Scholes. Trevor Baylis is one of a kind—an old-fashioned inventor whose motivation is to help those in the world who are less fortunate. A chance viewing of a TV show led him to a... read more
11/12/2014
Directed by Fredrik Gertten. Two idealistic, young female entrepreneurs create a bicycle helmet that could change cycling forever.

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