The rate of change in society and our environment is far too fast for our administration to keep up to date with — it’s too big.
Tom came around the corner, looking to thank me for my help. He took off his glove, preparing to shake my hand. But when he looked up from finding his footing in the snow and saw my face, he jerked to a stop.
“Holy shit!” he exclaimed. “You’re a woman!”
This post offers the specifics of our meal plan for a three day backpacking trip. This meal plan was designed to provide us with adequate levels of vitamins and minerals that are normally difficult to obtain in a vegan diet. These include omega 3 fatty acids, iodine, calcium, and iron.
I started to pay more attention to environmental issues when I was in high school. During this time, I realized that I generated a lot of trash from using pads and tampons for my monthly menstruation cycle.
Happy World Environment Day, everyone! To celebrate our one and only Planet Earth, we asked our viewers to submit photos of their favorite places in nature and tell us about them. We were thrilled with the submissions, which came from Australia, Canada, Costa Rica, and all over the U.S.
After the rain thwarted our plans to go to Namadgi National Park on Sunday, we woke up to sunshine and blue skies on Monday. We joined up with four of Alex’s friends and left the Canberra suburbs behind for the Brindabella Mountains.
Sustainable living isn’t just about solar panels and driving our cars less. It’s a mindset and an opportunity for mental, emotional, and spiritual growth. It’s about slowing down, living in the present, and appreciating what we have instead of wishing we had more.
Nomadism. In a world of instant gratification, nomadic life seems like a fulfilling way to check out. But are nomadic and sustainable lifestyles compatible?
As we made our way across the United States, and eventually over the ocean, the environmental repercussions of travel were on our minds.
People need to accept the fact that they are responsible for the way things are. What is needed is not simply a cultural revolution, but an individual awakening en masse.
The more time I spent in the land, tracing the imprints of the old system, the more I understood of how it worked, and more importantly, how to re-establish it.
While I have enjoyed the many engaging discussions I have participated in within my classes … those discussions aren’t solving climate change.
I was only a few moves up the cliff, but I was already shaking. I could feel the darkness of the night growing deeper and closing in around me.