Through Cool Effect, individuals have the ability to directly fund the world’s best projects that verifiably reduce carbon pollution from the atmosphere as measured in metric tonnes of CO2 emission reductions. The new platform will not only enable personal impact at a click of a button, but will show the collective effect highlighting the community of supporters and progression of funding…
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When it comes to taking that holiday of a lifetime, we’d all like to splash out for a bit of extra luxury. But more often than not, these small indulgences can build up and have severe effects on the surrounding environment. This is why many hotels are beginning to place a great amount of emphasis on sustainability and going green…
In How to Permaculture Your Life, Ross Mars gives advice on: growing nutritious food and fodder plants; building gardens and creating living, fertile soils; making simple foods and fermented products; eco design strategies for properties; how to harvest, store, conserve and reuse water and energy,
Dawn Publications’ new spring titles give parents and kids a lot to love when it comes to learning about nature and the wildlife that helps make the human experience so magical.
Central Park: Trees & Landscapes is the ultimate field guide to the trees and landscapes of America’s most famous park, and features a lively, authoritative text and over 900 color photographs, botanical plates, and extraordinarily detailed maps.
Ron Melchiore’s exciting new memoir Off Grid and Free: My Path to the Wilderness traces the author’s path to the wilderness which led him to building an off-grid, sustainable homestead with his wife Johanna. Here you will find true stories of survival, determination, and adventure. Ron’s years of experience make this book an essential guide for all audiences wanting […]
Did you know that Campbell Soup Company, an American institution for a century and a half, just became the first major food company to support the mandatory labeling of genetically modified ingredients? Campbell’s also announced its support for the enactment of federal legislation to establish a single mandatory labeling standard for foods derived from genetically modified […]
Earlier this week, Senator Tom Udall (D-NM) introduced an amendment to the Senate Energy Bill calling for the inclusion of Clean Energy Victory Bonds. These bonds would allow regular people across the country to do their part to invest in our nation’s clean energy future. Modeled after war bonds, which raised billions of dollars during World War […]
Ever wonder how the outdoor clothing company Patagonia become synonymous with environmental activism? The company’s original employees were a ragtag group of surfers and climbers. Founder Yvon Chouinard learned the power of activism in the early 70s after attending a city council meeting in Ventura to preserve their local surf break. As a company, they began supporting […]