Air Quality

Eco Ed

Across the board, kids are spending a record amount of time indoors, at school, texting from the mall, reading, or watching TV with little or no connection to the natural world. These kids may be consumer-society casualties newly diagnosed with nature-deficit disorder, a term coined by Richard Louv, in his book Last Child in the […] Find out more

Renewable Energy Trends

In years past, renewable energy trends were followed mainly by ‘off ‘-the-grid’ folks and a few forward thinkers…. with money.  But thanks to improved technologies, lower prices and the abundance of positive media spreading information about these proven options, an unprecedented surge of awareness and positive action, with conservation, energy use and production, is occurring in […] Find out more

Live Christmas Trees

If healthy rich soil serves as the digestive system of the planet then, trees are the lungs. They play a major role in absorbing carbon dioxide, filtering air pollution and making oxygen. Trees help control erosion and support healthy soil, which sequesters even more CO2. But how often do you/we go out and plant a […] Find out more

Smart Shopping

Americans, who read the news and pay attention to current trends, understand that, with some education and effort, they can make smart, healthy and directed consumer choices. Applying what we learn about conservation, to spending in our own marketplace, can lead to a more sustainable lifestyle and make a difference in our interconnected world. Everyone […] Find out more

GMO Free

After just a few decades of widespread use in our food, genetically modified foods, or GMOs, are creating alarming effects organisms in our bodies and the biosphere. Largely unregulated global food corporations reap huge profits while suppressing the truth about their products. But the first long term tests now show a clear connection between unprecedented […] Find out more