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Eco-Nomics
Saved by the Bee: Biomimicry and the Nature of Investing
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When it comes to items and entities that are human-made—mass transportation systems, homes, businesses, clothing—there’s a historic tendency to...

Food and Farming
Growing Food, Healing Communities: The Sole Food Urban Farming Project
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Michael Ableman, a farmer, author, photographer, and one of the pioneers of the organic farming and urban-farming movements, is the founder of the...

Food and Farming
Eating Plant-Based Diets Can Play a Huge Role in Limiting the Effects of Climate Change
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One of the leading and respected voices of the environmental movement is that of Paul Hawken, renowned environmentalist, entrepreneur, author and...

Ecological Design
Henk Ovink on Disaster Preparedness, Water Infrastructure, and Inclusive Leadership
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Henk Ovink has built his career on water. A Netherlands native, he’s lived his life in areas surrounded by water, in a country that has...

Indigeneity
Tom B.K. Goldtooth: We Must Connect With Mother Earth to Achieve Environmental Justice
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Tom B.K. Goldtooth is a member of the Navajo Nation and has been Executive Director of the Indigenous Environmental Network since 1996. As an...

Justice
Steve Phillips Says Brown Is the New White
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Steve Phillips—a national political leader, civil rights lawyer, and Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress—published Brown Is the New...

Ecological Medicine
You’re Not by Yourself: john a. powell on Interbeing
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At the 2014 Bioneers conference, john a. powell, Director of the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society at UC Berkeley, spoke about the...

Eco-Nomics
Why the Clean Energy Revolution Shouldn’t Take 400 Years
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Fifteen years ago, Billy Parish dropped out of Yale. Since that time, he’s co-founded a nonprofit environmental justice organization, assisted in...

Justice
The Problem With ‘Well-Meaning Men’: How the Collective Socialization of Manhood Results in The Objectification of Women
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As conversations about gender equity and the objectification of women become more frequent and publicized, it is clear that taking steps toward...

Restoring Ecosystems
Being Here Is Enough: Carl Safina on Animal Cognition and a Deserved Existence
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Carl Safina, esteemed ecologist and author, has—through his writing and speaking—brought the wonders of the natural world into our lives and...

Art
Director Jeremy Kagan releases new film: SHOT
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Jeremy Kagan is an award-winning (including Emmy and Cable ACE awards) director/writer/producer of feature films and television, and a film professor...

Food and Farming
The Same Basic Brain: Exploring Animal Consciousness
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Can animals feel? Do they empathize? Do they experience sadness? The more we come to understand the natural world, the more compelling the argument...

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