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  • Mar
    The 8 Ingredients You Need In Your Kitchen If You Care About The Environment
    by Brian Kateman, mindbodygreen.com Many people are starting to become more aware of how their meat-heavy diets negatively affect their health and the world around them. Those who eat fewer animal products live longer for a reason: Natural foods grown in the Earth's soil are full of healing nutrients and vitamins. Not to mention, plants are less taxing on...
  • Feb
    How To Cook & Shop Sustainably From A Celebrity Chef
    by Elizabeth Inglese, Senior Features Editor, mindbodygreen.com When chef Marcus Samuelsson started cooking, the delicious ingredient was the best ingredient. No questions asked. But today, in an age of conscious consumerism and everyday environmentalism, selecting the food we eat, from produce to dairy to meat, is an exercise in activism. "As a chef, I can get to delicious, but...
  • Feb
    Macro brewers no longer own canned beer. More and more craft breweries are adding cans to their lineups because they’re cheap, they travel well, and they keep damaging light from hitting the beer inside. So the switch is good for the brewer, good for the beer drinking traveler, and good for the beer. But is it good for the...
  • Jan
    10 New Green Business ideas For Aspiring Eco-Entrepreneurs
    If you are looking for business ideas to start a green or an eco-friendly business in the upcoming year, then here are 10 best, in fact, the most innovative green business ideas you may consider in your community today: It is evident from the research studies that today’s world is highly vulnerable to the issue of climate change. It...
  • Nov
    Why you can’t afford to ignore nature in the workplace
    By Alison Birrane, BBC.com Love your job, but hate your office? For many of us, our physical workplace can be dark, depressing, bland and even dysfunctional. Windowless cubicle farms and airless open-plan floors can kill motivation and take a toll on worker performance, possibly even their health. But a refreshing trend is taking root in workplace design: nature. There’s...
  • Oct
    Obituary: Great Barrier Reef (25 Million BC-2016)
    Climate change and ocean acidification have killed off one of the most spectacular features on the planet. By: Rowan Jacobsen The Great Barrier Reef of Australia passed away in 2016 after a long illness. It was 25 million years old. For most of its life, the reef was the world’s largest living structure, and the only one visible from...