Protecting the web of life.
by Madeline Ostranderposted Oct 31, 2008
- After growing up amid violence and harassment, Jarid Manos found a way out for himself and for troubled youth—restoring prairie ecosystems.
Why My Dad’s Going Green
by Kate Sheppardposted Jul 29, 2008
- Kate Sheppard recounts how she found common ground with her father, a conservative farmer. Environmental policies work for all.
Ahmed and the Return of the Arab Phoenix
posted Jul 23, 2008
- Shot around the Palmyra oasis, Syria, not far from the Euphrates river and the Iraqi border, this documentary shows the efforts of the Syrian government to protect its natural heritage.
Sustainable Appalachia: The Healing Harvest Forest Foundation
by Jason Rutledgeposted Feb 06, 2008
- Over the past decade, a growing network of practitioners across Appalachia have chosen to live with horses in a utilitarian way. They are using horse power to practice “restorative forestry.”
Appalachia—Down a Greener Road
by Madeline Ostranderposted Jan 29, 2008
- In Appalachia people have learned that going green isn't all about what you have to give up, but it can make your life richer. The Central Appalachian Network hatched hundreds of new businesses, and inspired many more to a shift to local, organic sales.
People We Love :: Sophia Rabliauskas
posted Dec 15, 2007
Bioremediation in New Orleans - Part Two
by Starhawkposted Feb 17, 2006
- Lots of people have worked on bioremediation in the lab. New Orleans offers a low-budget opportunity in the real world.
Europe Cleans Up Its E-Waste Act
by Lilja Ottoposted Feb 16, 2006
- Quick guide to new European initiatives on e-waste
Bioremediation in New Orleans
by Starhawkposted Dec 12, 2005
- Starhawk's second trip to New Orleans included the cleansing of contaminated soil using natural methods, as well as other relief efforts.
The Green Belt Movement :: The Story of Wangari Maathai
by Mia MacDonaldposted Mar 25, 2005
- Wangari Maathai, founder of Kenya's Green Belt Movement, recently won the Nobel Peace Prize. Her message: Peace is founded in healthy ecosystems, access to natural resources, and democracy.
The Lake And the 'hood
by Jane Braxton Littleposted Dec 31, 2003
- Mono Lake activists fought a 16-year David-versus-Goliath battle against the city's Department of Water and Power (DWP) to stop water diversions to Los Angeles. Yet the rural community and the city have emerged from the fray as watershed partners.
A Watershed Runs Through You
by Freeman Houseposted Dec 31, 2003
- The struggle to bring back endangered salmon draws one community into a new commitment to the well-being of its watershed
A Canoe In Singing Waters
by Elizabeth Grossmanposted Dec 31, 2003
- A Canoe in Singing Waters by Elizabeth Grossman, dam removal in Wisconsin
by Paul Stametsposted Mar 31, 2003
- bioremediation using mushrooms, How fungi can cleanse water and toxic spills
Restoring Nature, Restoring Yourself
by Francesca Lymanposted Mar 31, 2003
- A dying man thought he’d spend his last days cleaning a small creek behind his house. Did he save the creek? Or was it the creek that saved him?