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2016 Is Officially The 'Year Of Pulses'

Why all the international fuss about pulses?

Are You the 100th Monkey?

Oh, mankind, you are such a remarkable species. So, bear with me. I have to get this out. I’m gonna chat about the pink elephant in our collective living room. You know, the one th…

Extreme Permaculture

From the rainy coast of British Columbia to the Texas desert to the snows of Sweden, these die-hard off-the-gridders test the limits of complete sustainability.

Film Review: Circle of Poison

Circle of PoisonEvan Mascagni and Shannon PostCollective Eye FilmsThe “circle of poison” refers to the process whereby American companies manufacture pesticides that have been bann…

Finding a Green Life, Behind Bars

At San Quentin State Prison, environmental outreach is based on the principle that nothing should be carelessly thrown away—especially a human life.

Going Out Green

One Man’s Adventure Planning His Own Natural BurialOld Arctic Inuit hunters could supposedly sit for days, harpoon poised and ready to strike, just staring at a hole on an otherwis…

How To Make Vegetable Broth From Cooking Scraps

Here’s how to try this eco-friendly technique at home.

Indigenous Wisdom Illuminates the Path to a Sustainable Future

Scientists agree that climate change is real, that it is caused by human activities, and that it is accelerated by the burning of fossil fuels. In the 2009 Copenhage…

Living Large in Small Spaces

Several years ago, film student Christopher Smith saw a magazine cover that caught his eye. The auspicious image — a smiling Washingtonian named Dee Williams, relaxing in her 84-sq…

Love Can Be the Bottom Line

It’s finally happening, have you heard the whispers? We are seeing the glimmers of the remaking of the way we do business, a way that just might ensure a just and livable future. Q…

Material World

BLACK PURSE FROM INNER TUBESIn Latin America, tire repair shops (take out the inner tube, patch, etc.) are ubiquitous and carry the lively name of “vulcanizadoras,” for the Greek V…

Material World September-October 2009

START YOUR DAY WITH PASSIONWho wouldn’t want to enjoy premium gourmet coffee while supporting fair trade, biodiversity, bird habitat, organic agriculture, and indigenous rights? Hi…

Planting for the Future

Sponsored Content from Celebrant Foundation & Institute

Real Ways to Impact Climate Change

Not too long ago, the only eco-conundrum most of us faced on a regular basis was when the grocery store bagger would ask, “Paper or plastic?” A lot has changed: the world is gettin…

Son of a Farmer, Child of the Earth

A Path to Agriculture's Higher Consciousnessby Eric HermSon of a Farmer, Child of the Earth is a passionate, moving and, at times, frightening insider's look at the destruction of …

Ten Lessons from Wal-Mart Going Green

The company once derided as the “bully of Bentonville” is now serious about green, having concluded that the clean, green, and least wasteful way of doing business is also the most…

Thanks, Monsanto (I Think)

In May 2010, in response to the earthquake in Haiti, Monsanto announced a $4 million hybrid-seed donation in coordination with the Haitian Ministry of Agriculture. As reported on M…

The Commons: How Can I Love You Better?

The wisdom of asking one simple and difficult question

The Commons: The Year to Go Zero Waste

Because we all live better when no edible food is trashed

The New Power Plant in the Backyard?

One day recently my friend Oliver Fix and his colleague Rudy Behrens arrived at my home on the Rogue River in Oregon with a bucket to scoop up some of the bright green film called …

The Ultimate Health Practice

Why is the smartest, most adaptable creature on the planet hardwired to stop talking, lose its sense of self, and feel at one with the world — in a profound state of listening?The …

Video: Maui's Farm to Table Magic

Every day, 90% of the food consumed in Hawaii is flown over from the mainland, which creates an undue toll on Hawaii's environment, food security and economy.But for one Maui Resta…

Video: The Growing Solution to Urban Food Deserts

With the near epidemic of type-2 diabetes, breast cancer and other degenerative diseases ravaging people of color as compared to non-hispanic whites, the link between hea…

We’re All Related

Picture a biologist wearing a mushroom cap, an exuberant union leader, a defender of the Amazon, and 13 Indigenous Grandmothers sharing a stage―and you can begin to imagine the cro…

What Would You Do for Your Bored Rhinoceros?

Because no species is prepared to deal with an absence of environmental unpredictability

Why It’s Better to Eat a Cow than a Hen or a Sow

The “dismal science” of economics looks at reducing cruelty.

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