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Entries tagged with “Ecology”

A Fierce Green Fire

Directed by Mark KitchellMark Kitchell’s documentary about the history of the environmental movement is both absorbing and surprisingly thorough, starting with the origins of the S…

Air Supply: Green Power at Home

Use houseplants to boost indoor air quality.

Can Religion Save the Planet?

Unleashing the power of their faith on tough environmental problems, today's "ecovangelists" ask: Can religion save the planet, or will the planet save religion?

Elemental

Directed by Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee and Gayatri RoshanElemental traces the stories of three very different eco-warriors. In India, the catastrophic pollution of the Ganges now affects…

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.

Five Compelling Reasons to Support and Commit to Organic Farmers

My grandson Blake and I were lounging in thick grass, eating the yellow petals of dandelions, and I said, “When you eat this, the nutrients and minerals in its cells become part of…

Four Awakenings to Compassion

In 1965, a marine biologist named Roger Payne found himself relaxing on the stern deck of a sailboat on the expanse of the Pacific Ocean. Headphones snugly in place, he recorded th…

Happy (Belated) Earth Day! I Got You Some Trash.

Earth Day 2012 was just a few weeks ago, and I’ve been thinking about what that means to us now, as yogis and as human beings.Humans are a funny species: We love to shout “Save the…

Let There Be dark

Light pollution harms the environment, wildlife, and even human health.

The Practical Balance of Crane Conservation

You might expect an organized birdwatching trip to begin serenely in the predawn dark and quiet. But birdwatchers at the Crane Trust start their journey in a brightly lit room, bei…

When Pines Are Divine

A six-year Japanese program preserves thousands of Shinto shrines and woodlands.

When Pines Are Divine

A six-year Japanese program preserves thousands of Shinto shrines and woodlands.

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