With global waves of decriminalization and legalization of marijuana, cannabis cultivation is on the rise. Explore the environmental footprint of cannabis through the natural resources it takes to produce it and the effects of its...
Balco Partners, a firm led by ecosystems entrepreneur Barbara "Bobbi" Paley, is revitalizing the Berkshires with numerous industrial hemp, regenerative agriculture, and community initiatives to amplify the region's dynamic nature.
The rise of the vegan beauty industry has allowed LBJ Cosmetics and other conscientious brands to provide consumers with better green, safe, clean, cruelty-free and transparent makeup and skincare products.
The New York Times' panel “Reasons to Believe: Unleashing the Power of Optimism” asked activists Bruno Rodriguez, Elizabeth Wathuti, Dr. Katharine Wilkinson and Journalist Simon Mundy what new perspectives are needed for addressing the climate crisis.
At the recent New York Times Climate Conference, Somini Sengupta and climate leaders lead a debate on whether or not with rising populism, democratic leaders can really address climate change.
In the New York Times’ panel “Washing Up: Ensuring Universal Access to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene,” Oscar winner Matt Damon discussed global water equity at COP26. Damon was joined by Gary White, and Rose Wamalwa to talk about water’s impact on the climate crisis.
In the New York Times' panel "The Power of Knowledge: Girls' Education as an Accelerator of Climate Action," Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai and other activists discussed feminism and planetary justice at COP26.
Honeysuckle tours EOS farms with co-founder and CEO Suehiko. EOS is one of Massachusetts' first regenerative, sun-grown cannabis farms, proving how healthy, outdoor, organic grows can benefit the consumer and planet at large.
Winona LaDuke and Honor the Earth Activists Arrested for Protest of Oil Pipeline Construction During Severe Drought
Revolutionary Indigenous activist Winona LaDuke and members of the nonprofit Honor the Earth were arrested after peacefully protesting the Enbridge Line 3 oil pipeline, the construction of which would be environmentally disastrous to the surrounding land and communities.