Here’s Why ‘Inert’ Ingredients May Be the Most Harmful of All

May 31, 2016  By Dr. Mercola Glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide, has been the focus of increasing scrutiny after the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) determined it to be a probable human carcinogen. (Cover Picture Courtesy of Sustainable Pulse) Yet, glyphosate is not the only ingredient in Roundup and other… Continue reading Here’s Why ‘Inert’ Ingredients May Be the Most Harmful of All

Youth Climate Change Lawsuit Upheld!

Earth Guardians Tribe April 8th 2016 Yesterday, the Federal District Court in Oregon rejected the appeals by the oil and gas industry and decided in favor of the 21 youth climate leaders in their landmark constitutional climate change case brought against the federal government. This is unprecedented! The judge’s decision validates the science behind climate change and the… Continue reading Youth Climate Change Lawsuit Upheld!

Small Wind Turbines for the Home

written by: Jennifer Claerr•edited by: Lamar Stonecypher•updated: 2/13/2012 Wind turbines for the home offer a cost-competitive alternative to solar panels. Here are a few tips on how to choose a small wind turbine system for your home. ·         Are Small Wind Turbines Right for My Home? Small wind turbines can save you a lot of… Continue reading Small Wind Turbines for the Home

50 Ways to Green Your Business

Fast Company -Mark Borden, Jeff Chu, Charles Fishman, Michael A. Prospero, and Danielle Sacks Half-a-hundred options for cleaning up your business, from the universal (catch that rainwater!) to the specific (lose the plastic bowls!). Mix, match—join in. Imagine asking today how the Internet affects business. It’s an absurd question, like asking how electricity changed business.… Continue reading 50 Ways to Green Your Business

To Cut Ocean Trash, Adrian Grenier and Dell Enlist Filmmakers and Virtual Reality

By ANDREW C. REVKIN MARCH 15, 2016 2:43 PM March 15, 2016 Two scenes from a virtual-reality “ride” that takes viewers into the realm of whales, fish and sonic and plastic pollution.Credit Dell On a weekend visit to South by Southwest, the annual Austin festival focused on the intersection of ideas, technology, music and film, I ran into Adrian Grenier, who’s best… Continue reading To Cut Ocean Trash, Adrian Grenier and Dell Enlist Filmmakers and Virtual Reality