A new breed of homesteaders are looking to the sea (“seasteading”) to create new communities focusing on human and environmental health.
If you want to convince your community leaders to adopt eco-friendly practices, you’ve got to do your research & look for in-person opportunities…
The Clean Energy DC plan aims to reduce energy use 50% by 2032 while increasing renewables to supply 50% of Washington, DC’s needs in that same period.
The contemporary American suburban community is wasteful, with cars for every individual and guest rooms, exercise rooms, weed eaters, snow-blowers and other equipment severely underused. With the planet under severe environmental stress and the average American using some four times their fair share of resources, wouldn’t it be great if there were a way to […]
What would motivate crisis-struck Greek urbanites gather in a picturesque Northern-Euboean village of olive trees to join a project commanding radical change in every aspect of their life as they knew it? The answer lies in the name of the mountain hosting the village: Telethrion. Telethrion is the first Greek eco-community that aspires to restore […]