By Ariel Greenwood A grazier argues that this popular sentiment misses the point, and distracts us from the opportunity to adopt a diet that will restore ecosystems while nourishing people. Given the concerns over resource-intensive industrial meat production, you’d think the resounding message would be, “don’t buy cheap meat, buy good meat.” Instead, a rule …
Interview with Val Dolcini, President of Pollinator Partnership, on importance of pollinators, problems they face, and opportunities to help protect them.
Jody Holmes shares the story that resulted in the Great Bear Rainforest Agreements, and illustrates that large-scale system changes require a collaborative coalition of people to achieve success—in this case, environmentalists, First Nations members, along with government and industry officials.
Scientist Wallace J. Nichols has used blue marbles to connect his audiences to deep gratitude and a love for water.
Executive Director of the nonprofit New Energy Economy, Mariel Nanasi shares the successes she’s had making changes to the energy complex in New Mexico and petitions us all to demand a new energy economy that is based on renewable resources.
How are the environment and human health related? Bioneers CEO and co-founder explores the relationship between these two entities in his essay from the book ‘Ecological Medicine.’
BY DARRELL STEELY This piece was originally published on the Ten Strands website. Ten Strands is working to build and strengthen the partnerships and strategies that will bring environmental literacy to all of California’s K–12 students. “No one will protect what they don’t care about; and no one will care about what they have never experienced” …
Visionary financial advisor and activist Thomas Van Dyck illustrates the decline of fossil fuels and the rise of clean energy. He also offers inspiration for how we can accelerate the transition to continue creating a different energy future.
Democracy Now!’s Amy Goodman sheds light on the proliferation of untruth in media (#fakenews) and why reclaiming independent media will be the saving grace of democracy and modern journalism.
What influences your food choices-taste, convenience, health, cravings, availability, economics, advertising? What’s missing from the list may be the most important consideration of all, climate. When we talk about the food system’s impact on climate change we are not just tinkering around the edges of the problem; 24-33 % of all greenhouse gas emissions can …