Our polarization and anger are signs of hopelessness. What can interfaith dialogue teach us about healing our wounds and coming together?
In an historic move, the EPA has vetoed a permit for mountaintop removal mining in West Virginia.
The media can, as we know, promote fear, hatred, and extremism. Can it also lead us to greater civility and more productive debate?
What it’s like to respond to an environmental and democratic crisis—and where we go from here.
The first 7 days of the No Impact Experiment were as difficult as they were illuminating. Sunday's eco-sabbath was for reflecting on what it all means.
Artist Robert Shetterly remembers a coal miner's daughter who took on the coal industry.
What cooperation and sharing have to do with saving the world.
Our No Impact Week participants make a different sort of impact: giving back.
Water is life—and the challenge of using less of it really hit home. Check in with our participants on how they confronted their water footprints.
You've laid off the lights and turned down the heat. How are you staying warm?
Olubunmi Ishola is a No Impact skeptic, but she's willing to see if the experiment can prove her wrong.
West Virginia activist Judy Bonds died of cancer this week. Before she died, she gave this interview about fighting to save her home from mountaintop removal coal mining.
Mother, teacher, and eco-pilgrim Kathy Kottaras' lyrical take on the inner adventure of going No Impact.
You've completed Wednesday's food experiment and are halfway through No Impact Week: Our participants step up to the challenge of going local.
Grace Porter is going it alone as the sole student at Bainbridge High School to take on the No Impact Week challenge.