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Welcome to the walking school bus

Blog   |    by Michaella   |    August 19, 2009


Ideas Worth Spreading: Be Inspired by TED

Blog   |    by Amy Curtis   |    July 13, 2011

These 10 video presentations provide hope, inspiration, and knowledge that although people can damage the Earth, they also have the potential to save it.


Can the Rewards of Travel Outweigh the Planetary Costs?

Blog   |    by Amy Curtis   |    January 17, 2012

Despite the environmental repercussions, traveling also makes one appreciate the Earth.


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.


Discover Your Neighborhood: One-Mile-Radius Living

Blog   |    by Kathryn Benedicto   |    September 22, 2008


Faith Communities, the Environment, and Tales of Responsibility

Blog   |    by Kim   |    March 25, 2009


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.


History and Hope: When green was called frugal

Blog   |    by Kim   |    August 26, 2008


We Must Be the Change

Blog   |    by Edna Rienzi   |    January 24, 2017

Beyond everyday lifestyle changes like wasting less, we can take steps outside our homes to have greater influence.


Weaving a Sustainable Future: An Interview with Gay Nicholson

Blog   |    by Lisa Mastny   |    October 13, 2011

The founder of Sustainable Tompkins in New York State talks about how she's helped her community lay the groundwork for sustainability.


Calculating the Savings in Growing Your Own Food

Blog   |    by Dawn Handschuh   |    September 22, 2011

Growing our own food offers multiple benefits—for our health, our taste buds, and our pocketbook. So how much money are we actually saving?


The Power of Activism and an Engaged Citizenry: An Interview with Liz Barratt-Brown

Blog   |    by Lisa Mastny   |    May 28, 2012

Barratt-Brown talks about her lifelong work as an environmental campaigner, and her more recent roles as a tar sands activist and olive oil farmer.


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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