actionable tips: what we can do as grassroots individuals for the environment and climate
How to make bucketting a habit as part of your overall water savings.
As we enter this dry, dry summer, humans aren't the only ones short of water. In my Backyard Wildlife Habitat, my bird, butterfly, lizard, and insect friends need water too.
the next month and a half is a critical turning point for the political nature of Los Angeles. Many, many offices are up for grabs. What Can We Do about it? VOTE. Here's how ...
"Drought" is a really lightweight term for what we're experiencing. We should really be using far stronger terms. A multi-year drought? A megadrought? Aridification?
Recycling is a good thing, isn't it? Not the way it's currently being done. Here's how you can do better.
slide toward "checking the news" -- again and again and again throughout the day. ... Here's how to break the loop: replace that with a Happy News feed.
Do you buy local? Or buy from massive international corporations? Here's why your decision makes a big difference.
In August 2018, LA Times reporter Steve Lopez took two weeks of his blue bin contents to the recycling center to find out what he was doing right and wrong.
Living more sustainably doesn’t necessarily have to mean going meatless. I just finished reading the beautifully written Gaining Ground by market farmer Forrest Pritchard. It is a lovely story about rebuilding local foodsheds and knowing the people who produce your food.…
To consume means to destroy. That’s why “consumption” was the name given to tuberculosis. – Vandana Shiva[i] Producing food. For the most part, people alive today have lost touch with this most basic of human activities. Instead, we have become…