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Fighting Climate Change with "Mothers Out Front"

Blog   |    by Kelsey Wirth   |    March 17, 2015

A Massachusetts mother of two rallies her fellow moms to bring their voices and power to bear on the greatest threat to our children’s future.


What’s the “Real” Climate Footprint of Your Community?

Blog   |    by Lisa Mastny   |    February 23, 2012

By measuring consumption-based greenhouse gas emissions, we can chart a path to more sustainable ways of living and doing.


A Dream Alive: Finding Our Voice on Climate Change

Blog   |    by Patricia Tull   |    February 22, 2013

If longstanding bigotries can change, then surely we can change our mundane fuel sources. A climate rallier reflects on "people power" and progress.


When It Comes to Climate Change, Better a Sucker Than a Free-Rider

Blog   |    by Jake Giessman   |    September 6, 2012

Are you reluctant to embrace a more climate-conscious lifestyle because, hey, nobody else is doing it?


The Great Disruption: Why the Climate Crisis Will Bring On the End of Shopping and the Birth of a New World

Blog   |    by admin   |    June 8, 2011

In the coming years, “growth” will mean not quantity of stuff but quality and happiness of life. Yes, there is life after shopping.


Family, Food, and Climate: An Interview with Activist and Producer Laurie David

Blog   |    by Wendy Philleo   |    July 25, 2012

New Dream caught up with producer and environmental activist Laurie David to talk about her recent projects, including her popular book The Family Dinner.


Work Sharing: The Quick Route Back to Full Employment

Blog   |    by Lisa Mastny   |    August 15, 2011

In the current economic climate, work sharing may be the most effective way to avoid many layoffs and quickly return the economy to full employment.


This Valentine’s Day, Show Some Love for the Planet!

Blog   |    by Michele   |    February 14, 2008


How a Group of Kids Bagged the Disposable Bag in Boulder, Colorado

Blog   |    by Kate Bailey and Kate Nelson   |    March 17, 2016

What decades of education and outreach couldn’t accomplish, a group of high school students could.


Thirsting for Green: The Color and Poetry of the Environmental Movement

Blog   |    by Kim   |    June 24, 2009


Our Children’s Schools: The Leadership Face of the Future

Blog   |    by Peg Watson   |    March 17, 2015

The Green Schools Alliance aims to connect and empower schools worldwide to lead the transformation to global sustainability.


Freedom AND Sustainability: How to Be Proud to Be an American

Blog   |    by Jake Giessman   |    December 28, 2012

Freedom alone can't be the end-all for Americans. We need to embrace our role as ecological stewards, writes guest blogger Jake Giessman.


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"Greatest Board Game of All Time" Launches Environmental Spin-Off

Blog   |    by Jeffrey Steuben   |    December 15, 2011

New oil-consumption scenario for The Settlers of Catan brings eye-opening lessons about resource consumption and our impact on the world.


Off the Pedestal: Creating a New Vision of Economic Growth

Blog   |    by James Gustave Speth   |    June 3, 2011

A longtime environmental leader argues it’s time for the U.S. to reinvent its economy into one that focuses on sustaining communities, family life, and the natural world.


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