Lost in the Amazon Sleeping on a little boat, eating fresh acai and listening to locals is all part of the "community-based tourism" offered by Project Baggage in the Brazilian Amazon.
Having Faith With the recent surge in faith-based environmentalism, it's no wonder that religious entities are using their substantial financial clout to push for green changes in corporate business-as-usual. As a member of a congregation, you can have an impact by helping determine how endowments are being invested, and by suggesting shareholder resolutions to hold corporate entities accountable to ethical standards.
Kicking the White Stuff Nature's colorful palette of vegetables, fruits and whole grains packs the most nutritional punch.
HOUSE & HOME
Shady Solutions When it comes to beating the summer heat, air conditioning's not the only option. Films, shades and solar screens offer a lot of cooling potential without raising your electricity rates.
BEHIND THE GREENS
Chemical Crusader Sandra Steingraber An Interview With a Biologist Who Crusades Against Chemicals and Writes Eloquently About Their Consequences.Sandra Steingraber, Ph.D., is the Rachel Carson of our time, albeit a much more public version. She is a biologist who crusades against chemicals, an author who writes eloquently about their consequences and a poet who interweaves environment and human life […]
Funny–and Fashionable–Finds Funny green tees; eco-friendly sweets for your sweetie; bath products that preserve the rainforest (really!); the second and more fashionable life of the inner tube; ties to get you talking; and kid-powered toys. In the book aisle, find your green path, ride along with the whale warriors, raise water consciousness, start a green Bible study and meet business people who have gone from corporation to conservation.