Slices of banana on a bright blue background
07/19/2018
You probably take bananas for granted. In the United Kingdom, one in four pieces of fruit consumed is a banana and, on average, each Briton eats 10 kg of bananas per year; in the United States, that’... read more
Hand holding cell phone that is out of battery life, plugging in.
07/07/2018
Ping. Ring. Beep. Repeat. The endless techno-chatter we have become inundated with via popular cell phone demand is almost as typical as our own pumping heartbeat. Minutes turn into hours and days... read more
Mourners gather around a casket graveside.
06/28/2018
Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally... read more
Two goats with horns locked, butting heads
06/21/2018
If you have ever lived with another person as an adult (kids at home have their own challenges), then you know that successfully sharing a space isn’t always simple. It often requires a level of... read more
Exhausted woman collapsed on bed.
06/08/2018
There are many thing of which a wise man might wish to be ignorant. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson  Let’s face it, we Green Divas are all over the digital media space, right? If it’s not... read more
Infant asleep with mother's hands around her face
05/24/2018
The number of “list” blog posts circulating on the Internet is astounding and I told myself I would not write one. However, I LOVE lists. I just love them! I’m a sucker when it comes to... read more
overhead shot of two babies laying in flowers strung into shape of a heart
05/11/2018
The Long View If you’ve had a child, you’ve probably thought about what the planet will look like in the future. Really, even if you haven’t had a child, you’ve probably thought about that at... read more
Milky Way galaxy over silhouetted tree in night sky
04/29/2018
The clear night, so distant from any light pollution, had summoned every star in the sky to shine. ~ Luke Gracias  Up until a few years ago, when I first interviewed Kevin “The Dark... read more
04/27/2018
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Slices of banana on a bright blue background
07/19/2018
You probably take bananas for granted. In the United Kingdom, one in four pieces of fruit consumed is a banana and, on average, each Briton eats 10 kg of bananas per year; in the United States, that’... read more
Hand holding cell phone that is out of battery life, plugging in.
07/07/2018
Ping. Ring. Beep. Repeat. The endless techno-chatter we have become inundated with via popular cell phone demand is almost as typical as our own pumping heartbeat. Minutes turn into hours and days... read more
Mourners gather around a casket graveside.
06/28/2018
Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally... read more
Two goats with horns locked, butting heads
06/21/2018
If you have ever lived with another person as an adult (kids at home have their own challenges), then you know that successfully sharing a space isn’t always simple. It often requires a level of... read more
Exhausted woman collapsed on bed.
06/08/2018
There are many thing of which a wise man might wish to be ignorant. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson  Let’s face it, we Green Divas are all over the digital media space, right? If it’s not... read more
Infant asleep with mother's hands around her face
05/24/2018
The number of “list” blog posts circulating on the Internet is astounding and I told myself I would not write one. However, I LOVE lists. I just love them! I’m a sucker when it comes to... read more
overhead shot of two babies laying in flowers strung into shape of a heart
05/11/2018
The Long View If you’ve had a child, you’ve probably thought about what the planet will look like in the future. Really, even if you haven’t had a child, you’ve probably thought about that at... read more
Milky Way galaxy over silhouetted tree in night sky
04/29/2018
The clear night, so distant from any light pollution, had summoned every star in the sky to shine. ~ Luke Gracias  Up until a few years ago, when I first interviewed Kevin “The Dark... read more
graphic of children reaching for the earth
04/12/2018
If you’ve had a child, you’ve probably thought about what the planet will look like in the future. Really, even if you haven’t had a child, you’ve probably thought about that at least 1 to a million... read more

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11/11/2014
Directed by Erik Zaremba and Neal Melançon. Dr. Rodney Herring has realized his childhood dream of building the worlds most powerful electron microscope. With this instrument, he will be gazing into... read more
11/11/2014
Directed by Heloisa Passos. Panmela Castro was born and raised in the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She is the president of Nami Network, a feminist organization that promotes women's rights... read more
11/11/2014
Coal. Cheap, available and dirty, it’s main source of energy in the world. The low cost of coal is helping bring prosperity to the developing world. But at what cost?
11/11/2014
Biofuels -- What they are made from? Which countries are spearheading their development and use? And are they a viable fuel of the future? Dr Scott Tinker gives us the short story on biofuels: "We’ve... read more
11/11/2014
Directed by Lara Cunha. Palesa's Fruit is a story about a young South African girl who discovers the nuts of discarded Marula fruit can be used as charcoal. This renewable energy source could prove... read more
11/11/2014
Future360 revisits San Francisco based startup Lit Motors, where a team of 12 are busy redefining tomorrow’s transportation. The second vehicle in development at this electric startup is the Kubo... read more
11/11/2014
Nest has made boring thermostats captivating to early adopters. The company reports 50,000 learning thermostats are flying off the shelves each month. What makes the Nest so irresistible?... read more
11/11/2014
Directed by Yad Deen. Ruwayda Mustafa has been on a mission to implement child benefits into Iraqi-Kurdistan and joined forces with 'Alliance for Kurdish Rights' to do so. We worked with the children... read more
11/11/2014
CAPACITY is a research study produced by Gensler Los Angeles which analyses the maximum population of Downtown Los Angeles. Capacity synthesizes building information, zoning, energy waste, water,... read more

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