By Kate Daloz
Living in communes, co-ops, and handmade geodesic domes, each feeling a deep personal objection to their current lives, the youth of the 1970s surged at once away from their urban lifestyles into sustainable rural living.
Americans are visiting more parks but spending less time in them. What does this mean for the future of our wild spaces?
By Robert P. Marzec
By taking a look at what he calls “environmentality,” Marzec shows how a military look at environmentalism has turned into the ill-conceived idea that human adaptation should trump the effort for sustainable living.
Tackling the energy costs of affordable housing tenants with solar + storage technologies.
How is the nebulous and murky nature of pain explained?
The threat of environmental destruction creates unity among those who believe that their efforts, no matter how small, have the power to create change.
What Cleve Backster’s research into plant intelligence reveals about the attunement of living things.
From the age of Thomas Jefferson and on, environmental racism in the United States and ideas about waste and cleanliness have shaped where people have lived, where people have worked, and how society’s refuse has been managed.
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