clothing rack with multiple garments on hangers
11/05/2015
by Mary Wutz | The Green Divas Sustainable fashion does not always mean sustainable manufacturing. The number of clothing companies on the market touting sustainability are... read more
Yellowfin tuna in open ocean
10/29/2015
by Kate Melges | Greenpeace There is such a thing as sustainable tuna. From national brands to family-owned businesses, these companies are making the responsible choice for healthy oceans.... read more
male prisoner gardening in greenhouse
10/22/2015
by Urban Gardens When you think of urban gardens, you probably don’t picture prisons. But there’s a new trend in urban gardening, and prisons across the United States are... read more
10/21/2015
SNACKS - BITE-SIZED PORTIONS OF INSPIRATION You know you shouldn't drill if...sometimes it is hard to discover the logic being used by oil companies. Does any of this make sense to you? Eco-Comedy... read more
10/20/2015
SNACKS - BITE-SIZED PORTIONS OF INSPIRATION There's a reason they seem to multiply and show up everywhere. Finally, an unflinching glimpse into the real life habits of bottled water.
10/19/2015
SNACKS - BITE-SIZED PORTIONS OF INSPIRATION Ubiquitous butts--you can't escape them. This episode features the very funny Wendy Liebman talking all about butts! 4.5 trillion cigarette butts end up... read more
10/19/2015
SNACKS - BITE-SIZED PORTIONS OF INSPIRATION Got private island getaway envy? Collect enough water bottles and other discarded plastic trash and you can create your own floating paradise that will... read more
child's blocks arranged to spell HOME SWEET HOME
10/15/2015
Looking for a new way to lower home expenses and considering taking on one or more housemates? Your soon-to-be Golden Girls Home may already be the most inviting place in the world for your future... read more
woman in nature with dirt on naked back
10/08/2015
by Jennifer J. Reed / The Green Divas Sexecology: It’s a real thing Sexecology is a new field of inquiry that explores places where sexology (the study of human sexual life) and ecology (... read more

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oranges growing on tree against clear blue sky
08/20/2015
A few mornings ago, as I sipped my freshly squeezed glass of organic orange juice, I contemplated the menu for a gathering of friends I was hosting. My mind went first to dessert, which is often the... read more
curvature of Earth and ozone from space
08/14/2015
Ouch We keep getting more efficient at screwing ourselves up! Most often, in life, it is beneficial to be ahead of schedule for things--better than the alternative, being late. Well, when it... read more
close up on feet walking up yellow edged steps
08/13/2015
by Jay Walljasper / YES! Magazine These communities are helping residents take steps towards healthier lives by making walking a priority. 1. Albert Lea, Minnesota (pop. 18,000... read more
infographic about garden pests and bugs
07/30/2015
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by Abby Quillen / fix.com It probably won’t surprise most vegetable gardeners that insects outnumber humans many millions of times over. While some insects can be beneficial for certain plants,... read more
jet silhouette against blue sky
07/23/2015
The 2020 Olympic and Paralympic games in Tokyo are expected to draw millions of visitors beyond the usual tourist crowds to Japan. In addition to the enormous draw on the nation’s infrastructure,... read more
poorly spelled clothing tag
07/09/2015
Did you know that every conventional cotton product we use has an effect on what we eat and that the by-products of conventional cotton production used in our clothing, personal care,... read more
wooden box filled with cut fresh herbs
06/25/2015
These herbs aren't just for cooking—here's how you can use them to treat ailments from asthma to anxiety. by Miles Schneiderman / YES! Magazine At its core, most of medicine is still... read more
pedestrian crossing sign against bright blue sky
06/11/2015
It's got great transit, plenty of sidewalks, and values people more than cars. by Jay Walljasper / YES! Magazine Suburban life has always been synonymous with long hours in the car—going... read more
purple grapes growing on the vine
06/04/2015
A brief look into the world of Biodynamic Agriculture by Annie Rabin Arnold / Going Organic Magazine When drinking wine, the last thing you are probably thinking about is who made the fermented... read more

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11/11/2014
Directed by Vladimir Druts. The story of two farm boys turned bio-engineers who are harnessing the magical power of nature to help change the world. 
11/11/2014
Directed by Giovanni Fantoni Modena. Shocked by Al Gore's "Inconvenient Truth" the visionary millionaire John Hardy swore to dedicate the rest of his life to a revolutionary project. The multi-... read more
11/11/2014
Directed by Eddie Schmidt. Bread can be considered many things: warm; delicious; sustaining. It’s also slang for money. This literal slice of life, which follows the typical day of an ex-gang member... read more
11/11/2014
Directed by Phillip Buccellato. Paul Mankiewicz is the creator of Gaia Soil, a light-weight soil used for urban gardens. His work couples ecological engineering and restoration with the integration... read more
11/11/2014
Directed by Anna Jeffries and Karen Wiggins. Economist and social entrepreneur Simon Griffiths' toilet paper brand WHO GIVES A CRAP plans to tackle the sanitation crisis affecting 2.6 billion people... read more
11/07/2014
Directed by Andrew Brown. Discover how to sustainably harvest 100,000 gallons of rainwater per year in your own back yard, by visiting Brad Landcaster in an urban desert as he reduces environmental... read more
11/07/2014
Directed by Drew Rosas. This short documentary film explores a house in Olympia Washington that has been transformed into a technology recycling operation.
11/07/2014
Directed by Ross Harrison. Amid profound challenges to sustainability, Dr Ranil Senanayake has developed a system of ecosystem restoration with a difference. Already spreading internationally, ‘... read more
11/07/2014
Directed by Johnny Mahinay. What if you were able to cure cancer from your living room? Interactive protein folding screensavers from your computer or gaming systems might end up saving lives.

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