Monsanto and other food mega corps stand accused of aggressively taking control of the food supply and maximising their profits at the expense of the environment and communities. At the opposite end of the spectrum are people like Dr Deb who preserve vital seed stock and empower people to feed themselves sustainably from the land […]
Life makes more sense when viewed as a planetary process.
I just tried the Lush shampoo bar for the first time… and I like it.
Life depends on us hearing.
Is it time to reassess our relationship with the “ecstatic skin of the earth?”
Street artist Louis Masai Michel and his wildlife inspired work
Get fired up! Spanning 50 years of grassroots and global activism, this Sundance documentary brings to light the vital stories of the environmental movement where people fought — and succeeded — against enormous odds.
Massive eco-tune for you to vibe on.
A living breathing fabric for our planet to sustain life or a gigantic hell pit for extracting rock and ore. We decide!
Your invitation to feature in a short film to show international support for the Ecuadorians and Shuar in the defence and preservation of their ancient indigenous culture and pristine lands.
See the beauty. Feel the pain. Be the hope.
Despite being hounded by the Tories, the wily fox continues to intrigue, permeating culture with it familiar musk.
From the primordial soup Out of the dim and the gloom we came We are animals One unbroken chain
Obligate Symbiosis has the power to make people re-think where humans end and nature begins
Brave, articulate and informed Ecuadorians and people of the Amazon describe the coming terror as international corporations and governments encircle them and move in to take the resources in the ground. Yes, it is just like Avatar, but worse, this is real.
This letter recently arrived from a reader in Sri Lanka. It seemed worth sharing. We do not recommend attempting something similar.