Cute just got a whole lot more profound. This stylish business deals a right hook for justice.
Check out the Hunger Site to give 1.1 cups of food to the hungry.
A new report released at World Water Week in Stockholm last Thursday states that nearly half the world's food (and therefore large quantities of water) is mindlessly wasted.
October 15 is Blog Action Day and this year the topic is poverty. Here are several related blog posts on this subject, especially as it relates to the sustainable living topics that we write about every day.
When you run out of land on which to grow food and fuel in your own country, is it OK to buy cheap land in a third-world country?
Fishing can be good therapy for us.
You know when a dreaded cold is coming on: Your throat and voice feel a bit scratchy, your nose begins to run, your eyes resemble those of a frog, your energy dips, you get the chills, and, in general, you feel like a blob. Compound these symptoms with muscle aches, joint stiffness, occasional nausea and fever, and you’ve got the flu.
We all suffer from some sort of pain. The real green living question is how to deal with that pain.
One way that I work through problems is by baking bread. It is my therapy, and it works for me. Getting lost in the recipe and wondering how you might make some changes to make it better is always good for the mind.
Get rid of poison ivy plants in your yard by following these instructions. Just don’t forget to protect your skin to avoid the effects of this rash-causing rascal.
Capsicum is a common, often neglected, herb that can aid in many instances.
Sustainable farming expert Michael Pollan has some words of wisdom for the next president of the United States.
Using an old-world technique, Russians are growing their own organic crops -- and it's working.
A number of tea companies are donating proceeds from sales to Japanese earthquake and tsunami relief efforts.
Wabi-sabi teaches us appreciation for the good energy and soul that handmade items bring to our homes. Etsy, the premiere source for handcrafted home goods, offers an extensive list of items whose sale will benefit Japanese relief efforts.
With My Own Two Wheels is a new film about the bicycling experiences of five unrelated individuals across the globe.
Chado-En tea company will donate 100 percent of profits from the sale of its special cherry blossom tea to Japanese relief efforts.
Patty Bouillon started a Facebook group to connect tornado victims with photos after she found an ultrasound photo among the debris swept in by last month's tornadoes. Her account is heartbreaking and heartwarming at the same time