Two ongoing environmental events are affecting all life on the planet, even if it’s not yet noticeable where you live. Alex Smith of Radio Ecoshock is watching climate change and Fukushima very closely.
I want to ask: what are the arts of uncivilisation? What happens outside the gallery and the multiplex, what are the barbarian images that might liberate our vision, that bring us home?
Japan’s Food Recycling Law was enacted in 2001 and revised in 2007 in order to promote the reutilization of food resources.
Today, at least in Norway, we have too much of everything, and hence we value nothing.
A mid-week update. After falling steadily since the middle of September, New York oil futures rebounded this week by some $5 a barrel to close at $97.14 on Wednesday.
Is the work of your organization aligned with its purpose, without egos getting in the way? Holacracy® is a way to embed conscious practices into all aspects of your organization.
Jane Goodall and Vandana Shiva discuss their decades of work devoted to protecting nature and saving future generations from the dangers of climate change.
Man, the conqueror of Nature, died Monday night of a petroleum overdose, the medical examiner’s office confirmed this morning. The abstract representation of the human race was 408 years old.
Most internet start-ups believe there is only one path to financing their company’s growth: start with friends and family, move on to wealthy angel investors, attract venture capital, and finally sell the company so the investors can make a killing. The good news is that there is an alternative path...
Industry insiders and politicians, citing several recent studies, are literally gushing with optimism over the prospect of a protracted period of economic prosperity. But those studies are now coming under scrutiny.
Bike share stations are...natural conversation-starters, attract a stream of diverse users at all times of day & night, and act as casual landmarks that concentrate activity.
What do you do if your government is selling off the state’s assets, building a future famine machine and placing explosive nuclear detonators around your homeland?
What do you know about hydraulic fracturing or “fracking” of natural gas? Probably depends on who you’re listening to.
The current financial system is addicted to growth, through such things as the debt-based creation of money, the charging of interest upon debts, and the growth assumptions embedded in the valuation of shares and other financial assets.
Researchers have discovered a “wonder drug” for many of today’s most common medical problems, says Dr. Bob Sallis, a family practitioner at a Kaiser Permanente clinic in Fontana, California.
Out-of-the-box ideas for putting healthier food on our neighborhood plates—and make friends doing it.
In her book titles Carolyn Baker features such scary words as "demise," "chaos" and "collapsing," but her goal is mainly soul building.
350 Or Bust: Scientists Warn Even 2°C Warming Leads To ‘Disastrous Consequences’ And Must Be Avoided
Humanity is choosing to destroy a livable climate, warn 18 of the world’s leading climate experts in a new study.
For this month's theme we'll be exploring, in the run up to Christmas, our relationship with "stuff" from different angles.
•France reaffirms opposition to shale gas exploration •Fracking bonanza eludes wastewater recycling investors •Lord Browne: fracking will not reduce UK gas prices •Midnight Sabotage with Transylvania's Anti-Fracking Activists •Banks Reluctant to Lend in Shale Plays as Evidence Mounts on Harm to Property Values Near Fracking •Shale gas could restrain rising energy costs, says reportFor IEA, shale has no long-term impact on oil price •Beneath the Hype: Track Records and Physical Evidence Cast Doubts on Stories of Oil Plenty •How threatened is Uinta Basin’s rare desert flower?