A 2014 survey by the Center for a New American Dream reported that a whopping 91% of Americans believe that “the way we live produces too much waste,” and 70% agree that, “we [Americans] consume more resources and produce more waste compared to other countries.”
Trying to find a way to wean yourself off the bottle? Why not start with a holiday pledge.
Do you get too much "stuff" over the holidays? Here are three ways that New Dreamers have transformed their gift-giving traditions.
For a holiday season focused on "more of what matters," check out our six favorite simplifying tips.
The Center for a New American Dream shares several resources for a new way to approach the holiday season altogether.
This new book presents 28 tools for promoting investing locally, with examples of people and initiatives in Vermont.
Tired of the commercialization of the holidays? Looking to do something different? Host an Alternative Gift Fair in your community!
At school, ads can now be found on everything from team uniforms to cafeteria banners to homework folders. Learn some ways to push back.
During this special webinar event, parents and educators learned how to deconstruct and "talk back" to commercials.
The scholar and cultural critic Juliet Schor argues that the once-niche opposition to hyper-consumerism is becoming more mainstream.