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
wires basket filled with vegetables
01/28/2016
by Ryan Landes-Gilman / Pachamama Alliance What Are We Buying? Most of us start off with very limited knowledge of the origins of what we’re buying and how it was produced. But, as we... read more
plant bench with soil and tools
01/21/2016
I owe soil an apology.  For many years I only considered soil as dirt, mud, insignificant, yuck! If you were like me, the only time you thought about soil was when you were washing it off... read more
fashion model in industrial yard
01/14/2016
Ten years ago, I had a breakdown in a dressing room at the mall. I needed to buy my first suit for a new job with a leading anti-slavery organization. Oh, the irony. Bangladesh, India, Guatemala,... read more
closeup bumblebee on while flower
01/07/2016
I spent several years in my early twenties traveling on the West Coast sowing a few wild oats. The songs that accompanied my travels were often made up of powerful messages shedding light on social... read more
large mortars and pestles on table
12/31/2015
by Brigitte Mars | The Green Divas Listen to this Green Divas Health & Beauty podcast episode to learn how to make our own herbal tinctures…then read on for more! Easy to... read more
close up of candle flame burning wick
12/24/2015
It started over cannoli in a small bakery in Northampton, Massachusetts. Ted Barber and his business comrade, Amber Chand, knew they wanted to help put an end to poverty and that investing in women... read more

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wires basket filled with vegetables
01/28/2016
by Ryan Landes-Gilman / Pachamama Alliance What Are We Buying? Most of us start off with very limited knowledge of the origins of what we’re buying and how it was produced. But, as we... read more
plant bench with soil and tools
01/21/2016
I owe soil an apology.  For many years I only considered soil as dirt, mud, insignificant, yuck! If you were like me, the only time you thought about soil was when you were washing it off... read more
fashion model in industrial yard
01/14/2016
Ten years ago, I had a breakdown in a dressing room at the mall. I needed to buy my first suit for a new job with a leading anti-slavery organization. Oh, the irony. Bangladesh, India, Guatemala,... read more
closeup bumblebee on while flower
01/07/2016
I spent several years in my early twenties traveling on the West Coast sowing a few wild oats. The songs that accompanied my travels were often made up of powerful messages shedding light on social... read more
large mortars and pestles on table
12/31/2015
by Brigitte Mars | The Green Divas Listen to this Green Divas Health & Beauty podcast episode to learn how to make our own herbal tinctures…then read on for more! Easy to... read more
close up of candle flame burning wick
12/24/2015
It started over cannoli in a small bakery in Northampton, Massachusetts. Ted Barber and his business comrade, Amber Chand, knew they wanted to help put an end to poverty and that investing in women... read more
baby orangutan among plant stems
12/17/2015
by Zamzami Arlinus | Greenpeace For half an hour Otan wouldn't let go. Only eight months old, he already had a vice-like grip. If there were trees, Otan would be swinging freely from branch... read more
hydroponic plants in planter against black background
12/10/2015
by Urban Gardens When my kids were little, they enjoyed a family hydroponic gardening project conducted on the kitchen counter. You may have done the same experiment with your kids... read more
close up of cellphone taking photo of tree in background
12/03/2015
by Ian Monroe | The Green Divas Green Dude Tune in to this episode of Green Divas Green Dudes—I discuss how to save the world using our cell phones and digital devices!  Can... read more

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11/12/2014
Directed by Ondi Timoner. Scott Summit, Founder of Bespoke Innovations, creates prosthetic limb fairings for amputees using 3D printing. 
11/12/2014
Directed by Adrian Storey. A global sensor network for collecting and sharing radiation measurements to empower people with data about their environments which has become the largest project of its... read more
11/12/2014
Directed by Jordan Barnes-Crouse. JF Brandon's crowd-funded project, The Rygo — a mathematically created sculptural piece — became the largest 3D print in North America. Here he gives us a brief look... read more
11/11/2014
Eggs have been saddled with a history of containing high levels of cholesterol, but a U.S. study shows today's egg has a new nutritional profile
11/11/2014
Think that opening a bottle of champagne with a sword only happened in musketeer movies? Think again.  Tamara Berg shows you a simple but impressive way to break open the bubbly.
11/11/2014
Using a weighted pole and several clay pots, Tamara shows you a way to grow plants, even if you don't have a yard.
11/11/2014
You'll be surprised how easy it is to make a tiny lampshade for a wine glass tea candle holder. You can download the pattern at Tamaracentral.com
11/11/2014
Tamara shows you how to bake muffins inside of an orange, and you don't need an oven to do it.
11/11/2014
Meet Jenna DeAngeles, creative designer for evox Television, as she shares some of her most creative and popular work. She has a Christmas gift for everyone who stops by!

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