Young Activists Shaping the Future

Every generation is defined by how people were raised and the events that marked the society they lived in while growing up: music, television, the economy, and key events around the world. Since 1960 there have been three distinct generations in a rapidly changing world that shaped their lives...

Eighteen Questions with Dr. Wallace J. Nichols

This month we are featuring Dr. Wallace J. Nichols, an innovative and entrepreneurial scientist, who we met during the recent Good Housekeeping’s Raise the Green Bar conference. He’s opening remarks immediately drew attention due to the statement: “Emotional health is the basis of sustainability.” Dr. Nichols is Marine...

The Rise of a Circular Economy

The concept of a circular economy is getting more attention these days, mostly because of the unequivocal scientific evidence of climate change, which is supported by events such as the rise in temperatures worldwide, predominantly in the last 35 years, the warming of the oceans, the shrinking of the...

UN Day: The Year of “Our Planet. Our Future.”

Seventy-four years ago, the United Nations (UN) was created with the ultimate goal of maintaining world peace as a collective and a global effort to prevent another war like World War II. The pledge to protect human rights was a principle that played a key role in the Universal Declaration...

18 Questions with Adrienne Adar

1. What is your name? Adrienne Adar 2. Where are you based? I am Los Angeles based. 3. What is your occupation? I am an artist working in photography, sound, and interactive installations. 4. Is there a ‘green’ memory from your youth that led you to work with nature? I’ve always had...

2019 Food Trends for Dogs

Love and cherish by little ones and by those of us not so little, our furry family members dietary options are expanding at a fast pace. In 2019, everything is about personalized pet food choices, matching the pet’s dietary restrictions, preferences and caloric needs. While attending...