What is environmental writing? It can be anything—scientific, personal, political. And it’s been around for a lot longer than you might think.
In return for poetry, Henk Rogers of Tetris and Blue Startups eventually handed me the whole planet. But not before a tough negotiation that involved two cards he extended to me, directing me to choose just one.
Why consider living free of plastic? Even the dolls know the answer to that question. (Out of the mouths of babes.)
What has film trailer editing got to do with the story of a farm? More than you might guess. Especially if you are Tom Deacon of Fable Foods.
It’s time to think about what our climate story could look like with a plot twist that involves drawing on our best ideas, our deepest creativity, our longing for connection…
In this intriguing opening to his book, Per Espen Stoknes reveals that climate science messaging needs a new story—one that seeks not to argue but to awe.
It’s becoming trendy to burn calories and make ourselves and our world more beautiful in the process. All it takes is adding a…
We don’t need to change a thing, except our search engine, to start winning the climate game by just doing what we do every day anyway.
Today’s writing prompt is based on the poem Resort One philosophical standpoint about our environment is that we are simply part of it, and all that we build is basically like the things that all other species build; they are constructed according to our species’ knowledge, our latest technologies and stylistic preferences, and our needs […]
Forget about typical gifts. This couple did something amazing.
One woman, millions of trees planted. How did Wangari Maathai do it? She inspired others.
At a small farm in Ossining, NY, kids play in a garden on a wooden seesaw, watching as the movement pumps water into large green barrels. At Something Good in the World (SGITW), a children’s education program that focuses on sustainability and permaculture, kids are taught how to live in ways that value and take […]