The Slow Money Alliance

“What would the world be like if we invested 50% of our money within 50 miles of where we live?” The Slow Money Alliance has a set of principles in place in order to “enhance food security, food safety and food access; improve nutrition and health; promote cultural, ecological and … Read more

Ecological Agriculture for a Better World

People often don’t realize that a country can produce vast amounts of food but still have millions of people among their own population go hungry everyday. Because the commercial food industry has become a mix or corporate giants, meeting the needs of smaller, local communities with high quality produce has … Read more

Greenest Cities in America Still ‘Growing’

Every person makes a difference and all we need is for everyone to do their part. However the baseline for sustainability, for hundreds of thousands of people, is created through the green practices of their cities. But what determines how green a city is? Different surveys consider different elements. The … Read more

Climate Change Solutions: Grassroots and Geo-engineering

Global climate change in an accepted phenomenon by an international community of respected scientists. However, due to a vocal group of corporate interests and their enablers, climate change-deniers, concrete action to combat greenhouse gas production has been slow in coming. An international cap-and-trade system was on the table in climate … Read more