steel shopping carts stacked in a line
06/16/2016
by Haley Hansel | Pachamama Alliance With every purchase you make, you are presented with the opportunity to cast a vote for the type of world you want to live in. As a consumer you have... read more
offshore oil rig over the ocean against sunset sky
06/09/2016
by Tim Donaghy | Greenpeace The government has downplayed the climate impacts of oil drilling, but a new study shows that keeping oil in the ground will help fight climate change. Over his two... read more
aerial view of fracking injection well sites, dried out earth
06/02/2016
by Kate Stringer | YES! Magazine A new first-in-the-nation law will shield residents from arrest as they use direct action to stop fracking-wastewater injection wells. A tiny community sitting... read more
Intervale rooftop urban garden in Bronx, NY
05/26/2016
by Robin Plaskoff Horton | Urban Gardens When thinking of the Bronx, the northernmost of New York City’s five boroughs, one might think first of Yankee Stadium, the Bronx Zoo, or the New... read more
woman in colorful hammock overlooking wilderness river view
05/19/2016
by Nikki Fotheringham / The Green Divas Calling all camping lovers! I shared some camping hacks in this Travelin’ Green Divas podcast episode. Listen up then read on... read more
couch cushions say HOME and HAPPy with coffee and cookies
05/12/2016
The old standard of retiring and shuffling off to a retirement community is being re-written by baby boomers who want to enjoy their homes, embrace their communities, and age in place as long as they... read more
clothes hanging in closet arranged by color
05/05/2016
Top 10 list of things to do and not to do when organizing your clothes closets: 1) Create zones Just like in your kitchen, arrange similar items together, i.e., all slacks together, sweaters... read more
bleached staghorn coral under water
04/28/2016
by John Hocevar | Greenpeace As I write this, coral reefs across half the Southern Hemisphere are dying. To be more precise, they are being killed. There are many threats to coral reefs, but by... read more
close up dew drops on green leaves
04/21/2016
by Robin Plaskoff Horton | UrbanGardensWeb.com New York City rooftop gardens, design and photo by PullTab Design. With your busy life, it’s highly possible you missed one of the... read more

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Intervale rooftop urban garden in Bronx, NY
05/26/2016
by Robin Plaskoff Horton | Urban Gardens When thinking of the Bronx, the northernmost of New York City’s five boroughs, one might think first of Yankee Stadium, the Bronx Zoo, or the New... read more
woman in colorful hammock overlooking wilderness river view
05/19/2016
by Nikki Fotheringham / The Green Divas Calling all camping lovers! I shared some camping hacks in this Travelin’ Green Divas podcast episode. Listen up then read on... read more
couch cushions say HOME and HAPPy with coffee and cookies
05/12/2016
The old standard of retiring and shuffling off to a retirement community is being re-written by baby boomers who want to enjoy their homes, embrace their communities, and age in place as long as they... read more
clothes hanging in closet arranged by color
05/05/2016
Top 10 list of things to do and not to do when organizing your clothes closets: 1) Create zones Just like in your kitchen, arrange similar items together, i.e., all slacks together, sweaters... read more
bleached staghorn coral under water
04/28/2016
by John Hocevar | Greenpeace As I write this, coral reefs across half the Southern Hemisphere are dying. To be more precise, they are being killed. There are many threats to coral reefs, but by... read more
close up dew drops on green leaves
04/21/2016
by Robin Plaskoff Horton | UrbanGardensWeb.com New York City rooftop gardens, design and photo by PullTab Design. With your busy life, it’s highly possible you missed one of the... read more
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

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11/11/2014
When a friend requested a piece of art for wedding gift, Jenna created a tryptic. Later, Jenna travels to Berger Specialty, one of the best bead shops in Los Angeles.
11/11/2014
A sneak peek at what to expect when you get creative with artist Jenna DeAngeles and her sustainable upcycle craft ideas for your healthy home.
11/11/2014
Jenna turns her son's 100 year old mirror into a 21st century show piece. Later, she explores Gather, a Los Angeles-area yarn store where you can go and unwind.
11/11/2014
Using an old, ruined music book, Jenna creates a work of art that is as simple to make as it is stylish. Later, Jenna takes you on a tour of The Last Bookstore - an eclectic independent bookstore in... read more
11/11/2014
Angela Sun talks with Tiffany Paige about her latest film, "Plastic Paradise," which talks about the perils of plastic and its long-term environmental effects.
11/11/2014
Directed by James Rawson. Camel racing has been a popular sport in the Arabian Gulf for generations. However, the young jockeys often faced serious injury, or even death. Desperate to retain their... read more
11/11/2014
evox's Nikki Pava speaks with Sarah Backhouse, founder and host of Future 360, which showcases innovations in sustainability, architecture, and travel.
11/11/2014
evox CEO Xav Dubois talks with Jay Coen Gilbert, a founder of B Corp, which provides a framework and certification for companies wishing to benefit society as well as their shareholders. 
11/11/2014
Directed by Liz Garbus. Can a robot be your friend? Your teacher? Your caretaker? The answer is yes and it may not be as scary as you think. 

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