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ENERGY STAR is celebrating 20 years of empowering Americans to save energy with its “Change the World” campaign. Take a look at how you can share your own efforts to use energy more efficiently with others.
Traveling long distances for fresh water is common in the developing world; now imagine throwing some mountains into the scenario. In places like Nepal, that’s the reality. Fortunately, that reality comes with ample fog… and even the world’s poorest people can harvest that fog with simple technology.
We greenies really want to convince others to adopt simple practices that, collectively, could make a big difference… and we can make ourselves crazy watching others go out of their way to stick to what they’ve always done. Maybe its time for some therapy.
While economic protest drives Occupy Wall Street, it’s not the only thing going on: check out this short film on permaculture design demonstrations and installations in Liberty Square.
Think the kids in the video above are cute and clever? Yeah, me too… which is while I’ll probably give them a vote in ENERGY STAR’s “Be an ENERGY STAR” Video Challenge currently running on Facebook and YouTube. Yes, this is another one of those “make a video about something that matters to you” contests […]
UPDATE: We’ve published part two of Aaron’s interview with the Monolithic Dome Institute. Back in May, I got a chance to spend some time with fellow Important Media contributor Aaron Fown, who was coming through St. Louis as a part of his ongoing travels creating his Trip for Life video series. Aaron’s been driving around […]
There have been several points over the past few weeks when I’ve thought “You know what… let’s just take a break on agriculture.” Proponents of biotechnology, organic agriculture, and other farming methods get pretty passionate… but considering that agriculture has a substantial environmental impact, and that we’re, you know, eating the food produced by farmers, […]
There has been much written about the state of the slaughterhouse over the past hundred years, with books like The Jungle blazing an enlightening trail, and the much more modern Fast Food Nation highlighting the current day’s terrible and incredibly dangerous working conditions and questionable sanitary conditions. It is quite rare to actually see the […]
Want to learn about winter salads, how to kill a squirrel and eat it, cranberry jam, making sheep’s milk cheese, or maple syrup? All these food topics and more about sustainable and socially responsible eating are covered in this unique online documentary series based in Minnesota over the span of a year, The Perennial Plate. […]
Yep, it’s a new year, so why not try something new? We’re really thankful for your participation in 2010 — definitely our best year ever on a number of fronts. We want to keep that going… and I can’t think of a better way to get on the right track for 2011 than to find […]
Yep… it’s still all oil spill in terms of the top subjects indexed by Regator. Fortunately, it’s been a good week on that front: the cap seems to be holding, and a video of one of the most moving pleas for help every went viral… if you haven’t seen crawfisher Drew Landry singing to the […]
The death of Hugg may have created the idea that environmenally-focused social news sites were a non-starter, but other services in this space, such as MindBodyGreen and the Care2 News Network have chugged on… green social media lives. One of the latest offerings in this niche brings together Digg-like voting and video: Shift Logic‘s “front […]