Blog | by Elizabeth O'Brien | November 14, 2012
By doing the math for you, "How Bad Are Bananas?" can help you be more realistic—and efficient—in your eco-conscious decision making.
Blog | by New Dream | May 6, 2011
In Plenitude: The New Economics of True Wealth, economist and New Dream board co-chair Juliet Schor offers a groundbreaking intellectual statement about the economics and sociology of ecological decline, suggesting a radical change in how we think about consumer goods, value, and ways to live.
Blog | by Jennifer Prediger | December 1, 2011
At SHARE New York, participants came together to talk about turning economic disillusionment into something more productive.
Blog | by Terra Wellington | September 25, 2012
Parents, teachers, administrators, and students can work together toward improving a school’s health and sustainability.
Blog | by Addison Del Mastro | June 13, 2012
Fixing things ourselves can help relieve the money stress that many of us feel—but only if we're able to actually do the work.
Blog | by Colton Weaver | August 12, 2015
A college senior shares his story of venturing into the unknown realm of entrepreneurship and product design to create a water bottle like no other.
Blog | by Ray Lumpp | November 27, 2012
What started as a celebration of prosperity has become something akin to a national addiction. Are we choosing stuff over joy?
Blog | by Edna Rienzi | August 11, 2014
Two artists and filmmakers are house sitting their way around the world, with the mission of revolutionizing the way people travel.
Blog | by Lisa Gansky | June 7, 2012
Old ways of taxing businesses don't make sense in an ecosystem based on resource-sharing and peer-to-peer interactions.
Blog | by Edna Rienzi | February 22, 2016
Bea inspires a growing community to live simply and take a stance against needless waste.
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.
Blog | by Erik Assadourian | September 30, 2011
This week I had the opportunity to visit Portland, and it was refreshing to see so many efforts to grow a sustainable culture wafting out of the Rose City. There were some scary trends oozing out from there as well. But let’s start with the positive: