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.
Canna4Climate Day: The New Holiday that Brings Together Cannabis Consumers and Earth-Lovers to Clean Local Communities
The end of April is a unique time for the relationship between people and planet....
The DAPL is an oil route stretching from North Dakota to Illinois, notably coming within a mile of the reservation of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. The pipeline threatens their water resources, surrounding wildlife, in addition to religious and spiritual ties to the land.
The muddled prospect following the pandemic, including policies targeting migration, climate change, and societal rebound, must be guided by humanity and dignity.
They combine old-style folk music and throat-singing with contemporary electronic tracks and Zarina’s unique ability to imitate any animal.
A lot of humans need crisis in order to evolve. 99 percent of the world is not aware of how much things are going to shift [in the near future]. But there’s an opportunity for what I call the full-spectrum economy, for people to come together.
Turn on/Tune in/Geek out: Science Communications and the Human ConnectionInterview with Dr. Kiki Sanford
It is with a holistic frame of mind that science communicator and neurophysiologist Dr. Kirsten “Kiki” Sanford works when sharing fascinating flashes of cutting-edge research to her audience of science enthusiasts and, as she puts it, “people who might have flunked chemistry.”
Cotton, silk, satin, and lace might be up against some strong competition in the next few years thanks to the growing use of sustainably produced hemp in textiles and fashion. Hemp, which is no stranger to the textile world, has actually been cultivated globally for centuries for fabric.