World Oceans Day is June 8, an important time for environmental action, observation, and celebration. Coinciding with this year’s UN Ocean Conference, World Oceans Day is day for policymakers, activists and conscious consumers to take part in actions and discussions that can carry us forward.
Earth Month starts TODAY, and here are some great ways to get started making a commitment to a better earth from TerraCycle.
Seems like a good idea to recycle our plastic into clothing, but these yoga pants and fleece jackets have a dirty secret. Learn more and take action with The Story of Stuff Project.
What do recent protests around the Trump inauguration teach us about local activism?
How do you get started in community organizing around a progressive issue that will impact our planet positively?
This America Recycles Day, learn more stats and why recycling is still important from the team at the National Environmental Education and Training Foundation (NEEF).
Don’t like it when news outlets or journalists report facts about things that you did? Sue them into bankruptcy!
What are the barriers to adoption of sustainable behaviors, and how can we encourage people to reduce their energy consumption at home? Turns out, the solution lies with their children. This report from Oregon State University explains that when kids learned ‘energy-saving’ behavior, the parents followed suit, giving us a great path forward for future […]
San Francisco yet again proves itself to be one of the most progressive cities in the US when it comes to waste by banning all styrofoam and polystyrene.
In a time of abundance, we need to be extra cautious of our Thanksgiving food waste for the impact on our budget, our landfills and our climate.
Sure, a plant-based diet can make us healthier, but do you know how much of an impact it can have on the planet? Check out this infographic to learn more.
Enjoy our discussion about what is ecotourism, and how it can benefit your travels AND the planet. Get tips for trips and how to travel well in our world.
What is sustainable fashion, and what does it mean for the human and planetary impact of our wardrobe?
Learn how The Climate Reality Project is keeping it real with Al Gore and climate leaders from across the world.
from Solar Love Solar Lights: Nokero Introduces New Solar Light Bulb In Zimbabwe I received this news and Zimbabwe photo yesterday from Steve Katsaros, founder of Nokero, a pioneering Denver company that makes great solar light bulbs that replace poisonous kerosene lamps that are so prevalent where people have no access to electricity. Katsaros had […]