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  • Q&A with Flower and Herb Expert Shannon Algiere

    Shannon Algiere learned a hard but important lesson in her teens: Pollution and environmental destruction are rampant and everyone pays the cost. In light of this she has dedicated herself to “living in the beauty way.” Since 2003 that way has taken…

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    Q&A with Paddle Diva Gina Bradley

    A lifelong water sports enthusiast, Gina Bradley took to paddle boarding the moment she set foot on her first board. Not only did it offer a fresh perspective on her beloved East End, it also provided a remarkable physical workout. In no time, she…

  • Q&A with Kelly Rutherford

    Kelly Rutherford is widely recognized for her role as Lily van der Woodsen, the gorgeously dressed mother on Gossip Girl. But it’s her response to the real-life drama with her own children that deserves acclaim.

  • Q&A with Beekeeper Mary Woltz

    Q&A with Beekeeper Mary Woltz

    Mary Woltz was first introduced to honey bees in 2002. Within a year, she found herself in charge of over one hundred colonies! Luckily, she fell deeply in love with these hardworking ladies—believing that a happy bee is a productive bee. In 2011, she started…

  • Could Urban Farms Be the Preschools of the Future?


  • Copenhagen Fashion Summit adds speakers


  • Netflix’s ‘Cooked’:

    Michael Pollan Takes on Vegetarians and the Gluten-Free Movement

  • Q&A with ‘Sciartiast’ Courtney Mattison

    Courtney Mattison is a self-proclaimed “sciartist”: Part Brown-educated environmental scientist and part RISD-educated artist. Her vibrant yet fragile depictions of our oceans’ threatened ecosystem have been causing quite a stir. Origin Magazine pronounced her one of 2015’s top 100 “Ocean Heroes,” and the International SeaKeepers…

  • Q&A with Dianna Cohen of Plastic Pollution Coalition

    Artist and ocean advocate Dianna Cohen began working with plastic bags as her source material over twenty-five years ago.

  • Kim Gabelmann

    Q&A with Kim Gabelmann

    Burnt out from a successful but strenuous career in TV advertising sales, Kim Gabelmann discovered the rejuvenating wonders of juice. It wasn’t long before she’d ditched her once beloved job, sold her Tribeca apartment, and took off with her dog on a series of cross-country research…

  • Q&A with Morgane Le Fay designer Liliana Casabel

    Q&A with Morgane Le Fay designer Liliana Casabel

    Liliana Casabal founded Morgane Le Fay in Soho in 1982 with the belief that fashion can be healing and boundless in addition to being astoundingly beautiful. She also believed it could be handmade one garment at a time in her new beloved…

  • The Great Denmark To Become A 100% Organic Country

    via OrganicVeganEarth

  • Love is in the Air

    Love Is In The Air

    The origins of Valentine’s Day are murky, but most of the versions contain martyrdom and mystery. The mystery part lines up with my grade school memories of glittery cutout cards rife with cupids that I sent to boy crushes while I waited to receive some…

  • NASA’s New Posters and the Retro Travel Ads That Inspired Them

    via The Atlantic

  • Organic is Different


  • Overpopulation, overconsumption – in pictures

    via The

  • Q&A with Celine McDonald

    Celine McDonald has been painting since she was a child, and the quiet precision of her work reflects as much. Restrained yet bold, her paintings have been exhibited at galleries and museums from New York City to Miami. I’ve known Celine for going on ten years,…

  • Q&A with Kerber’s Farm Nick Voulgaris III

    Located in Huntington, New York, Kerber’s Farm is bursting with fresh produce, homemade goods, and nostalgic charm. The farm, originally founded in 1941 by Paul Kerber, recently underwent a complete renovation thanks to new owner Nick Voulgaris III. Voulgaris often visited as a…

  • The Ugly Produce Problem: Ugly Produce is Beautiful


  • Underwater Atlantic Museum opens off Spain’s Lanzarote island


  • Website only stocks products that last a lifetime

    via mother nature network

  • What’s the secret ingredient for keeping both our planet and our bodies healthy?

    Find out now!

  • Child labour in the fashion supply chain

    via The

  • 6 Ways to Unlock Your Creativity


  • Luxury Brands Can No Longer Ignore Sustainability

    via The Harvard Business Review

  • The Environmental Legacy of the Steel City

    via The New York Times

  • An Evening of Wellness


  • In celebration of a life well lived: Doug Tompkins

    About this time of year in 2010, David and I flew to Chile to meet Kris and Doug Tompkins. We were interested in learning more about their vision—which was an ambitious one—to create national parks in Chile and Argentina on a…

  • Luxury fashion brands are going green. But why are they keeping it a secret?

    via The Washington Post

  • “What do I want?” Here’s a way better question


  • Outdoor Fest

    Get your tickets!

  • Q&A with Artist Krisse Pasternack

    Krisse Pasternack works with an acute awareness of the fragility of life—in particular, our environment. She shares our love of the mermaid (in a variety of shapes and ages), and also hybridizes women with mangroves, owls, octopi, and stone crabs. The result is both arresting…

  • Roots

    via HonestlyWTF

  • Scent and Memory: Familiar Smells Evoke Forgotten Feelings


  • Urban Symmetry

    via HonsetlyWTF

  • With Imposed Transparency and Concerned Millennials, a Boom in Corporate Responsibility?

    via The New York Times

  • A Complex Alternative to LEGO


  • Oceana

    A love letter to the ocean

    My earliest memories are of the ocean. Summer days spent splashing around the eastern end of Long Island and sculpting sandcastles beneath a fading afternoon sun. As I dove into the Atlantic’s mighty waves and dug deep into the sand, my imagination would ebb…

  • Do These Jeans Make Me Look Unethical?


  • Facebook for Whales

    Making Facebook for Whales

    via The Atlantic

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