Graffitti painting of woman in gas mask
02/12/2020
Air pollution is no match for all of us, working together. All the solutions listed here are already happening around the world because people came together and demanded it.  Air pollution... read more
Close up of hand tending tiny seedlings in soil
01/30/2020
Growing plants and tilling the earth is quite literally a tale as old as time. Humans were born working in the dirt and growing things; it's part of who we are as a species and has evolved with us.... read more
Modern log cabin with rocking chairs on porch.
01/21/2020
Anonymous (not verified)
To save energy, money, the environment, or all of the above, more and more homeowners are going green. If you want a sustainable home that will help save the planet, a log cabin may be the best... read more
Gasoline tanker truck driving on country road
01/10/2020
With traditional fuel types getting increasingly scarce, the debate around what will be the next fuel type powering our vehicles is becoming louder and louder. It is clear that the next fuel we adopt... read more
Parents with kids in meadow
12/17/2019
Many people want to live a more environmentally-friendly life. This can, however, seem like a big project to take on. The good news is that even minor changes can have an impact. Furthermore, it... read more
Close up of water splash droplets
11/21/2019
Anonymous (not verified)
Worldwide water usage keeps rising at the rate of about 1 percent per year. That’s putting a strain on the planet’s resources. Currently, about two billion people live in areas that experience high... read more
Face-on shot of rhino
11/15/2019
The fight against illegal animal poaching has exacted a high toll on communities around the world as smugglers and organized crime groups constantly gain the upper-hand on corrupt officials and... read more
Young child laughing with hose and water.
11/14/2019
The average American person uses 100 gallons of water every day. That's enough to fill two bathtubs. Did you know you pay twice for most of that water: once for the water itself and once for the... read more
Close up of stacked documents and folders and paperwork.
10/23/2019
One of the biggest things that a company can do to get an advantage on the rest of the market is to start looking into going green. Whether you start a recycling program, switch to paperless... read more

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Graffitti painting of woman in gas mask
02/12/2020
Air pollution is no match for all of us, working together. All the solutions listed here are already happening around the world because people came together and demanded it.  Air pollution... read more
Close up of hand tending tiny seedlings in soil
01/30/2020
Growing plants and tilling the earth is quite literally a tale as old as time. Humans were born working in the dirt and growing things; it's part of who we are as a species and has evolved with us.... read more
Modern log cabin with rocking chairs on porch.
01/21/2020
Anonymous (not verified)
To save energy, money, the environment, or all of the above, more and more homeowners are going green. If you want a sustainable home that will help save the planet, a log cabin may be the best... read more
Gasoline tanker truck driving on country road
01/10/2020
With traditional fuel types getting increasingly scarce, the debate around what will be the next fuel type powering our vehicles is becoming louder and louder. It is clear that the next fuel we adopt... read more
Parents with kids in meadow
12/17/2019
Many people want to live a more environmentally-friendly life. This can, however, seem like a big project to take on. The good news is that even minor changes can have an impact. Furthermore, it... read more
Close up of water splash droplets
11/21/2019
Anonymous (not verified)
Worldwide water usage keeps rising at the rate of about 1 percent per year. That’s putting a strain on the planet’s resources. Currently, about two billion people live in areas that experience high... read more
Face-on shot of rhino
11/15/2019
The fight against illegal animal poaching has exacted a high toll on communities around the world as smugglers and organized crime groups constantly gain the upper-hand on corrupt officials and... read more
Young child laughing with hose and water.
11/14/2019
The average American person uses 100 gallons of water every day. That's enough to fill two bathtubs. Did you know you pay twice for most of that water: once for the water itself and once for the... read more
Close up of stacked documents and folders and paperwork.
10/23/2019
One of the biggest things that a company can do to get an advantage on the rest of the market is to start looking into going green. Whether you start a recycling program, switch to paperless... read more

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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
09/25/2015
From the beginning on the family farm in Washington State, the Seely family has made mint its mission. In addition to mint oil used for toothpaste and chewing gum, Seely Mint's fresh crops go into... read more
09/25/2015
New Mexico-based Bueno Foods and their organic, GMO-free Buenatural line comes from family recipes and a dedication to local ingredients, especially the iconic green chiles, and all-natural,... read more
09/25/2015
Pamela Anyoti, the founder of Asante Mama herbal teas, infusions, and spices, started the business in an effort to find a powerful way to help struggling farm families in Uganda. Her passion for... read more
04/17/2015
evox caught up with Jonathan Carp, President and CEO of Miracle Noodle. Learn about how Jonathan's trip to Kyoto, Japan opened his eyes to the possibility of a calorie-free substitute for noodles and... read more
04/14/2015
Cindy Rimer of Biokleen shares with us the story of how her father went from the janitorial sector, to self-producing the all-natural collection of cleaning products we now know as Biokleen! If this... read more
04/14/2015
Michael loves bees--can you tell? Check out what the Co-Founder of Worker B has to say about his buzzing business! From wax candles, to balms, and of course, pure honey, Worker B products are made... read more

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