Articles Posted in the Environment Category
Is the continual desire to sanitize a reasonable ritual or have we become a nation of germaphobes? What if our overuse of chemical disinfectants was actually contributing to the spread of dangerous bacteria?
The Hawaii County Council passed Bill 113 in a vote of 6 to 3, prohibiting open air cultivation of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) anywhere on the Big Island.
It’s that time of year again. Jingle bells, houses smelling of Douglas Fir, and gift giving. Don’t get stuck supporting companies who aren’t keeping Mother Earth in mind – shop conscious this year. Here are 6 simple suggestions!
Seva, the selfless act of giving, is what Kristina Kuzmich holds as a catalyst for her upcoming service trip to Nepal with Bridges Between. Read about her intentions for this personal and international endeavor.
The next time you spot a flash of orange from the fluttering wings of a Monarch, let it remind you of the change and continuity that comes with the seasons.
Abbi has a degree in food science, paired with many years of both teaching and practicing yoga and meditation. She now trots across the globe sharing what she’s learned as a way to live a more happy, loving and productive life.
Meet our newest Featured Soul, Ronnie Landis. He is a man on a mission to contribute to the uplifting of our planet through helping others make radical shifts in their health and food choices.
Read how the growing and caring of plants can act as therapy and improve well-being. Connecting with nature can create personal empowerment and help to tame stress in every area of you life.
Replace your front lawn and create your front garden! Buying organic is expensive—so grow it. Know exactly what you are eating and where it comes from. Happy growing!
Ben Macrory works at the Green School in Bali, giving international students academic skills and social awareness to be successful and impactful in their world. Read Juno Cristi’s interview with him!