Minds in the Water documents the journey of traveling professional surfer Dave Rastovich, from an ocean minded admirer to an ocean activist and features awesome footage of surfers wave-riding with dolphins.
Johan Rockstrom introduces us to the physical reality of life on this planet. Our home is finite and the current human growth paradigm is ending. We now have an exciting decade; an opportunity to change direction and change behavior. His research has found nine “planetary boundaries” that can guide us in protecting our planet’s many […]
Let’s stop degrading trees in cities by hanging signs on them that read: ‘low hanging’. Instead use this toolkit to make it read. Love Trees… much better!
Air pollution is a problem for other places, for example, Beijing, where all those dirty factories churn out the products we buy… or is it?
America’s Founding Fathers knew the importance of gardening and the environment. Today’s efforts — urban farming, composting, even drought-tolerant yards — echo their ideals.
Rise above plastics
Thousands of miles away, people in Kenya face a different reality on the 14th of February. It’s not one of e-cards and chocolates but an effect of globalization – a side effect of so called ‘free-market’ capitalism that many are not aware of.
Initially the idea of making a stand in China Town went down like a proposal for a pay toilet in a diarrhoea ward.
I am writing to express my concern at the practice of shark-finning in Costa Rica.
ATTENTION JEDIS! Ancient and awesome creatures from planet Earth need your help. If you live in a big city the chances are that near you people are profiteering through the brutal killing and trade of endangered species which is tipping marine ecosystems out of balance. Up-market Chinese restaurants around the world make big bucks selling […]
Nations of the world are coming together at COP 10 of the Convention on Biological Diversity, to face up to the fact that our efforts to rein in the current mass extinction crisis have failed. In an attempt to put the issue on the political map, biodiversity is being allocated a monetary value much as […]
Yeah we love animals! We love animals so much we chop them up on an industrial scale stick them in tins full of gravy and then feed them to other animals we call ‘pets’. In 2007 sales of food for cats and dogs alone amounted to US$ 45.12 billion . Ironically this is almost the […]