Daily Archives: January 23, 2018

Can the President Really Do That?

Trump’s power is limited. Here’s how people can use their own power to support or oppose his actions. Much of the nation’s attention over the last year has fixated on one man: The president of the United States. Will he … Read More »

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42 Ways to Not Make Trash

Taking what he learned from his experiment, No Impact Man Colin Beavan offers 42 tips to move toward a zero-waste lifestyle. Together with his family, Colin Beavan—aka No Impact Man—spent a year trying to live in the middle of New … Read More »

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Acclaimed Environmentalist Paul Hawken On Trump, Greenwashing & The Future Of Our Planet

Trust us—you’re going to want to tune into this one. Paul Hawken‘s expansive career as an environmentalist, best-selling author, and entrepreneur began with a case of greenwashing. Get the scoop on that story and so many more in this intimate … Read More »

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Longing for Quiet in a Noisy World: How I Found Myself & Peace in Silence

There will always be noise in your life, but you can choose what to allow in. And you can choose to foster peace by making time for silence and stillness. “Silence is not the absence of something but the presence … Read More »

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Future of Democracy

An idea for the future of democracy “It is not in the nature of governments to innovate”. That is what a representative from an international development agency said while listening to a presentation of the innovation agenda of a government … Read More »

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How White America Can Transition to an Anti-Racist Society – Kalani

Before I tell you how this is not about us, let me tell you about me real quick. Middlish class, white male, millenial/gen z/gen next or whatever. I grew up in a small, predominantly white, blue collar, port town in New … Read More »

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