Can a person live completely off of the goods, services, and support offered by strangers online?
We may not all be as selfless and daring as public lands activist Tim DeChristopher, but we can still have a lasting impact in our communities
As one of the most important celebrations on the Christian calendar, Easter is about more than plastic eggs and cellophane grass.
You know times are changing when a rap about the hipness of thrift store shopping hits the top of the charts.
An innovative new tool library is opening its doors in an urban neighborhood that's ripe for a renaissance. Here's the story of how it came about.
At resilience.org, find out how you can engage in the necessary, daunting, and rewarding task of building resilience at home and in your community.
The average American owns 19 pairs of shoes. What does this say about us?
The reason we work is simple: we need to pay for the things that keep us fed, safe, and comfortable. But do we really need to work as much as we do?
If longstanding bigotries can change, then surely we can change our mundane fuel sources. A climate rallier reflects on "people power" and progress.
As environmentalists, we sometimes forget that a green energy company is just that—a company.