Cooking our food has its complications. What to do? Explore the glories of eating raw, and learn about how you can help women and girls around the world preserve their health while at the stove.
One aspect of being a household is doing things at home, for ourselves, instead of relying so heavily on others to do things for us. It could be just the thing, for our own health and the health of the planet!
From cherry pie to pigeon peas, berry bushes to fruit trees, there’s something for everyone where perennial staple foods are concerned. Plant yours in a memory poem!
Stuck at home? Reduce food waste and make the most of your vegetable scraps by cooking homemade vegetable broth to add to soups, stews, or casseroles. You can even make rice with vegetable stock instead of water!
Did you know that one of the top ways to curb climate breakdown is by eating a plant-rich diet? Poetry on the Menu is a 30-day writing challenge that will introduce you to the glories of eating plantfully—with health, good humor, and good taste as your close companions.
Regarding green infrastructure, Angie Kim of Purchase College says,”We want to be the best we can to show other institutions that they can do it as well.” Learn about the college’s processes (and get inspired for your own) in this biography of a bioswale.
While the growing “Fridays for Future” movement has a central goal of influencing leadership worldwide regarding climate breakdown, there’s no need to wait for leadership to come along, before we start making a big difference.
We wanted to help teachers find a way to integrate climate into their subject areas in a poetic fashion. The result? Earth to Poetry.
I’d been enamored of the little wooden bee button for weeks, so I finally decided to try out bees wrap sandwich wraps. Beautiful! I also learned a lot more than I bargained for about the intriguing history of preservation and art.
It’s becoming trendy to burn calories and make ourselves and our world more beautiful in the process. All it takes is adding a…
Classic climate action messaging has relied on alarm, guilt, accusation, shaming. It rarely works. We propose a highly-successful approach we’ve used in a different arena: the UCEFUL model.
Often, we get catalogs we never signed up to receive. Or, we get catalogs we used to want and don’t want now. It’s simple to get off their lists—and doing so addresses several climate change game changers.