Lessons of Earth Day: Living Earth Day Everyday

For many people Earth Day is the one day of the year that people stop and think about the environment. They may plant a tree or vow to start recycling. Earth Day is the launching point for many a great project or pledge to help the earth. However with the state of our environment, thinking about what you can do to help decrease your environmental impact only once a year simply isn’t good enough. As citizens of this beautiful planet we need to think about our actions and their effects more than once a year. So this year instead of planting a tree (or better yet in addition to), pledge to live Earth Day every day. To help gauge your impact on the earth please visit the link below to see what your environmental footprint is and what steps you can take to improve it!...

Future of Food: Part 3

This is part three in a three part interview series with renown philosopher, environmental activist, and eco feminist Dr. Vandana Shiva. In this series she talks about the safety of biotechnology, the ability of all of us to be able to freely use their own seeds, and grow food in the manner that they...

Future of Food: Part 2

This is part two in a three part interview series with renown philosopher, environmental activist, and eco feminist Dr. Vandana Shiva. In this series she talks about the safety of biotechnology, the ability of all of us to be able to freely use their own seeds, and grow food in the manner that they...

Future of Food: Part 1

This is part one in a three part interview series with renown philosopher, environmental activist, and eco feminist Dr. Vandana Shiva. In this series she talks about the safety of biotechnology, the ability of all of us to be able to freely use their own seeds, and grow food in the manner that they...

America Revealed: The Future of Energy

America Revealed is a program on PBS that seeks to take a look at what makes up the America we know. The program focuses on giving its viewers “a fascinating new perspective on the hidden patterns and rhythms of American life, by looking through the eyes of individuals who all play a part in keeping America fed, moving, powered and making goods.” The series is hosted by Yul Kwon, best known as winner of Survivor: Cook Islands and also technology expert and communications attorney. This segment, The Future of Energy, talks about the strides America has made in its energy choices, but also the lengths we will need to go in the future. The clips from this series were taken from PBS.org and were not changed in any way from their original form. Watch The Future of Energy on PBS. See more from America...