For better or worse, a vast array of new technology is becoming smarter, more interconnected, and able to churn out mind-boggling sets of data. While some of that tech is merely interesting or adds convenience (and waste!), some might help make our lives greener in the years to come. Featured Articles:
Water supplies across the US have become contaminated by toxins from the energy, mining, and agricultural industries, among others—wreaking havoc on vulnerable ecosystems and human health. But local communities are taking action to ensure clean water for all. Featured Articles:
Protect Our Water
The Back Forty Mine: Is It the Next Standing Rock?
Back 40 Mining Company Responds to Water Protectors
Detroit Fights for Fair Water Access
Get the Frack Out!
Keepers of the Water
What Does Sewage Have to Do with It?
ReZpect Our Water
Pushing Out Pipelines
13 Ways to Save More than 65 Gallons of Water a Day
You don’t have to be rich to be a social investor. All you need is the will to use your money to support your values—and the kind of world you want to see for the future. People who bank and invest in a socially responsible manner arguably have never been more important to the health of humanity and the Earth. Featured Articles:
A burst of over 1,000 hate crimes and incidents have occurred since Election Day, and the President's words and actions are only making perpetrators bolder.
With white supremacists in the cabinet and anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant rhetoric coming out of the White House, we need green, people-centered solutions that bring people together—and don't depend on Washington. Featured Articles:
Hate Has No Business Here
Finding Jobs and Finding Justice for Trans Workers
Forty percent of the food we grow in the US never gets eaten, it gets tossed out somewhere on the path from farm to table. That's billions of pounds of food that uses up land, water, fertilizer and pesticides, packaging, transportation, fuel, and more. For nothing. Featured Articles:
Waste Not, Eat Well at Daily Table
Are meal kits recipes for fun, or waste?
She can’t stand food waste, so she’s educating the world about it.
People of color are on the front lines of the climate crisis, and are leading the call for equitable protection and meaningful action.
Green American published this dedicated to amplifying the voices of those on the front lines of the climate crisis, working to protect the most vulnerable areas around the world. No matter what your background is, it’s vital to join the… Featured Articles:
People of Color Are on the Front Lines of the Climate Crisis
Black Lives Matter in a Changing Climate
The Power of Latino Voices on Climate
Native Leaders Lend Strength to the Climate Change Fight
Mohamed Nasheed: Climate Champion for the World’s Most Vulnerable
• Regenerative, Organic Agriculture: Cool the Climate, Feed the World
Can organic farming feed the world and curb the climate crisis? The nonprofit Rodale Institute, PA, has one of the longest-running field trials showing that it can.
• INFOGRAPHIC: Living Soil vs. Dead Dirt
95% of our food is grown in soil. But one-third of the world’s soils have become degraded—turning… Featured Articles:
Regenerative, Organic Agriculture: Cool the Climate, Feed the World
Hasbro and Disney:Protect Toy Factory Workers!
Living Soil: Vandana Shiva on the Triple Climate Crisis