Monarch butterfly on branch
04/07/2016
The word Monarch dates back as old as the Greek “monarkhes” and the Late Latin “monarcha” or one who rules alone. It was only in the late 19th century that a large and quite beautiful butterfly... read more
windmill turbine in green field with clear blue sky
04/01/2016
by Cecily Montgomery | Pachamama Alliance Fossil fuels are major contributors to climate change and are also non-renewable, meaning that once we use them up, they will be gone for... read more
hand holding soil and small seedling
03/31/2016
Finally, the hard freeze of the ground is behind (for most of us) and thoughts return to sun-dappled outdoor afternoons. If you’ve got your own swathe of greenspace in a yard or garden, there are... read more
close up magenta tulip and green leaves
03/24/2016
by Nicole Brait | Urban Gardens Web When modern gardeners think of Holland we invariably think of tulips. The vast majority of tulip bulbs sold today come from Holland and it is hard for a... read more
very cluttered apartment with piles of belongings
03/17/2016
Spring is just about here and with the longer days and warmer weather come the annual itch to sweep out the little-seen corners and clear out the overstuffed coat closet. For those of us who’ve been... read more
German etching of Fin Whale
03/10/2016
by Willie Mackenzie | Greenpeace Following years of public outrage, the endangered fin whale, the second largest animal on our planet, will not be hunted in Iceland this year. Great news. Word... read more
wet basin drain with water droplets all around
03/03/2016
by Dr. Karen Lee | The Green Divas It’s never fun to unclog bathroom drains… My bathtub was semi-clogged recently. I hate having sloshing water at my feet when I am in the shower. (Who doesn't... read more
close up electrical plug
02/25/2016
by Richard Heinberg | YES! Magazine It will take at least three decades to completely leave behind fossil fuels. But we can do it. And the first step is to start with the easy stuff. If... read more
chart of herbal medicine
02/18/2016
by Kathleen Daley | Pachamama Alliance Pachamama Alliance is not an expert in medicine, and we recommend that you consult your health practitioner before using any of the ... read more

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close up magenta tulip and green leaves
03/24/2016
by Nicole Brait | Urban Gardens Web When modern gardeners think of Holland we invariably think of tulips. The vast majority of tulip bulbs sold today come from Holland and it is hard for a... read more
very cluttered apartment with piles of belongings
03/17/2016
Spring is just about here and with the longer days and warmer weather come the annual itch to sweep out the little-seen corners and clear out the overstuffed coat closet. For those of us who’ve been... read more
German etching of Fin Whale
03/10/2016
by Willie Mackenzie | Greenpeace Following years of public outrage, the endangered fin whale, the second largest animal on our planet, will not be hunted in Iceland this year. Great news. Word... read more
wet basin drain with water droplets all around
03/03/2016
by Dr. Karen Lee | The Green Divas It’s never fun to unclog bathroom drains… My bathtub was semi-clogged recently. I hate having sloshing water at my feet when I am in the shower. (Who doesn't... read more
close up electrical plug
02/25/2016
by Richard Heinberg | YES! Magazine It will take at least three decades to completely leave behind fossil fuels. But we can do it. And the first step is to start with the easy stuff. If... read more
chart of herbal medicine
02/18/2016
by Kathleen Daley | Pachamama Alliance Pachamama Alliance is not an expert in medicine, and we recommend that you consult your health practitioner before using any of the ... read more
two people in HazMat suits surround Chlorine chemical sign
02/11/2016
by Rick Hind | Greenpeace A new report from Greenpeace USA details how chlorine bleach processing plants threaten our communities — putting 63.8 million people across the country at risk.... read more
quadrant view of planet Earth
02/09/2016
Scientists took Mother Earth’s temperature much as you would to determine if someone is ill. In a State of The climate report, US Scientists determined she is not well and getting sicker. Her oceans... read more
stone feng shui gate in Forbidden City
02/04/2016
by Michelle Duffy / The Green Divas Feng Shui—the basics Feng Shui (or Wind and Water) is the practice of arranging your environment so that energy or “Qi” flows gently and smoothly... read more

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11/12/2014
Directed by Senain Kheshgi. Tech entrepreneur Rehan Allawala is on a mission to empower Pakistan’s most disenfranchised before they’re left behind by the Internet revolution.
11/12/2014
Directed by Amitabh Joshi. Tashi Bista, finds a way to bring alternative energy to Mustang, a remote region in Nepal, where he lives, by harnessing the power of wind. 
11/12/2014
Directed by Antonio Bencini Farina. There are three main drawbacks of the traditional prosthetic: low functionality, low controllability and low cosmesis. When Marco Controzzi and Christian Cipriani... read more
11/12/2014
Directed by Brian Davis. Ric Kaner set out to find a new way to make graphene, the thinnest and strongest material on earth. What he found was a new way to power the world. 
11/12/2014
Directed by Alex Gibney. Dr Edie Widder takes us on a journey deep under the sea. She’s used pioneering research with bioluminescent sea creatures to help us shine a light on the levels of pollution... read more
11/12/2014
Directed by Michèle Ohayon. What if roads and highways were solar, fueling enough energy to power electric vehicles as well as nearby communities? 
11/12/2014
Directed by Aaron Davis. A short documentary that explores Iceland's attempt to eliminate its use of fossil fuels. 
11/12/2014
Directed by Paul Lazarus. Best known for his Segway Personal Transporter, inventor Dean Kamen is taking on the world’s great challenges one invention at a time. SlingShot is the story of Kamen, his... read more
11/12/2014
Directed by Nikos Logothetis. Makis lives in Greece. He loved swimming, but after an accident, he could longer access the sea. He decided to do something for himself and for every disabled... read more

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