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Determined to Thrive: A Family Pilgrimage

What do you get when you stuff 6 kids into a 1976 Travco RV and make plans for a cross-country voyage to discover America? For us, depending on the day, it is a comedy interspersed with moments of pure terror and utter bliss. For 5 years, my husband and I ran a general store in upstate New York,...

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Greener Grads: Changing the Way we Approach Graduation

Clouded by the excitement, success and celebration that comes with graduation, it never occurs to us the extreme environmental impact that comes with this major milestone. Graduation gowns have an immense weight in oil production and landfill waste. Producing one gown uses the same amount of mate...

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Our Children’s Schools: The Leadership Face of the Future

The Green Schools Alliance aims to connect and empower schools worldwide to lead the transformation to global sustainability.

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Fighting Climate Change with "Mothers Out Front"

A Massachusetts mother of two rallies her fellow moms to bring their voices and power to bear on the greatest threat to our children’s future.

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New Dream Welcomes Two New Board Members

Between them, Jeff Yeager and Randi Mail have 40 years of experience in nonprofit work and public service.

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Why I've Decided to Sell My Car

A San Francisco resident and mom is about to give up her family car in pursuit of a more sustainable, simple lifestyle. Here, she tells her tale.

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Want to Volunteer in Public Health? Here's How to Get Started

PublicHealth.org just published a handy new guide to volunteering in public health. Check it out!

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Being the Change: Silver Spring Time Bank Is Open for Business

A new time bank is working to kickstart the sharing movement in Silver Spring, Maryland.

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What Can A Satire from the 1950s Tell Us About Holiday Commercialism?

Did a holiday short story from 1956 predict today's rampant commercialism?

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Pushing Back Against Rampant Commercialism

Executive Director Wendy Philleo offers her thoughts on fighting rampant commercialism and how best to push back against it.

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