Now that the gift-giving holidays are over for most of us, are you looking ahead to your New Year's resolutions? Your DEEP-GREEN New Year's resolutions? If so, I might be able to help.
Fellow eco-citizens, have I got a book for you! CARBON ZERO, by Alex Steffen.
I've heard that it's a "permaculture ideal" to never buy anything that, when it comes time for disposal, you wouldn't want to bury in your own backyard.
Personal transportation accounts for a big part of our fossil-fuel consumption here in the United States.
Want to be able to communicate the urgency of climate change and actually get people to listen and take action?
Organic produce is no better for us than conventional, industrially grown produce, according to a recent
(Note: The ideas expressed in this article are the personal opinions of the writer, and do not constitute any sort of "official permaculture stance." Permaculture is a set of ecologic
One of the best ways to reduce our carbon footprint is to reduce our "food footprint", the impact of producing and transporting and marketing the food we eat.