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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.
How one family's annual valentine-making routine became a way to practice gratitude and green living simultaneously.
In February 2013, New Dream' spoke with Sasha Dichter, founder of Generosity Day, about his proposed alternative to Valentine's Day commercialism.
This Valentine's Day, instead of giving smarmy greeting cards and overpriced roses, why not commit to a simple act of kindness?
Through the "Me, We, New Dream" mural art project, students explored ways to share resources and reduce their carbon footprints.
New Dream's Ryan Dwyer attempted to drive across the U.S. using collaborative consumption services to share rides and lodging. Here's what happened.