Living at high elevation and physiological changes due to lower oxygen content.
By Dave Hamill
In 2009, with my retirement from Ohio University looming over me, I didn’t think my personal involvement in the construction and startup of a Class 2 compost facility on Ohio University’s campus would develop into such a large operation.
Read about Blythe and her husband’s recent shift in their household—from hefting multi-gallon bottles of drinking water from another town to the installation of a whole-house carbon filtering system and the use of a new Reverse Osmosis unit.
Strategies for using less paper and plastic in the kitchen.
How developing healthy habits pays off in senior years.
Learn which foods to combine to offer your dog a balanced diet.
Blythe shares her thoughts behind the choice of elements for one of her rituals. Read about her use of gifts from our Mother for creating space for our own desires.
By Eban Goodstein, Bard Center for Environmental Policy
Here’s an offer to MOTHER EARTH NEWS readers: Submit your interview ideas to us here, and we will choose at random, one guest host for our Sustainable Business Friday podcast show this spring. For more career advice, join our free webinar, “How to Get a Job in Sustainability” on February 16, 2017, at 6pm Eastern.