We continue to feature organizations working on how to reduce food waste: these three turn existing service models on their heads to feed the hungry.
Don’t want to buy a bicycle? In a number of places around the world, there may be a free bike for your to use, or to keep.
Want to contribute to rescuing of edible food that gets thrown away? Consider starting your own food rescue organization – a new guidebook shows you how.
Could urban agriculture provide a viable economic alternative for kids in poor neighborhoods? St. Louis’ The Sweet Potato Project will find out this Summer.
If you use your car mainly for commuting or driving around town (which is most of us), an electric car may seem like a viable option… in most cases, “range [ … ]
I was on the road for several days earlier this month, and used bars of soap in the hotels in which I stayed. Of course, I didn’t use the whole [ … ]
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hkzpTP0GDkY[/youtube] Planting Justice is a nonprofit based in Oakland, CA that offers a unique model for urban transformation. It brings together designing and implementing Permaculture projects with door-to-door community organizing [ … ]
This post was originally published at Intent.com on Monday, December 15, 2008. The winter holidays are almost upon us, and whether you’re celebrating Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, or the holiday(s) of [ … ]