Erkunde Umweltgerechtigkeit, Mount Everest und noch mehr!

The thousands of visitors who arrive to scale Mount Everest every year leave an even greater amount of waste in their wake, damaging the fragile ecosystem.

The thousands of visitors who arrive to scale Mount Everest every year leave an even greater amount of waste in their wake, damaging the fragile ecosystem.

Recycling, Upcycling und Downcycling: An den Adventwochenenden stand ich mit meiner Upcycling-Ware auf einem Kunsthandwerksmarkt und...

Recycling, Upcycling und Downcycling: An den Adventwochenenden stand ich mit meiner Upcycling-Ware auf einem Kunsthandwerksmarkt und...

And most importantly, most of the waste water isn't recovered. Left to seep into the ground water and environment. The waste water byproduct of fracking is so heavily contaminated it can never be used again but it's left in community and natural water sources anyway.  STOP FRACKING

And most importantly, most of the waste water isn't recovered. Left to seep into the ground water and environment. The waste water byproduct of fracking is so heavily contaminated it can never be used again but it's left in community and natural water sources anyway. STOP FRACKING

This Restaurant Hasn't Taken Out The Trash In Nearly Two Years. Sandwich Me In, Chicago, IL. To achieve the goal of zero waste, the restaurant runs on sustainable energy, with food coming minimally packaged from local farms. Virtually everything -- from food scraps to spent frying oil -- is reused or re-purposed. GREAT INSPIRATION!!!

This Restaurant Hasn't Taken Out The Trash In Nearly Two Years

This Restaurant Hasn't Taken Out The Trash In Nearly Two Years. Sandwich Me In, Chicago, IL. To achieve the goal of zero waste, the restaurant runs on sustainable energy, with food coming minimally packaged from local farms. Virtually everything -- from food scraps to spent frying oil -- is reused or re-purposed. GREAT INSPIRATION!!!

Monsanto, DuPont, Dow & the Others are slowly killing us and making a profit doing so

What's Killing the Babies of Vernal, Utah?

Monsanto, DuPont, Dow & the Others are slowly killing us and making a profit doing so

ML+A designed this sustainable park as an urban watershed demonstration project that accommodates community and school recreational programs, integrated with an extensive network of introduced natural features and ecosystems. Located at the edge of a dense residential zone, the park incorporates active recreation, trails, water features, picnic areas, and a children’s adventure area in native habitat landscapes.

Vista Hermosa Natural Park – Los Angeles – A New Model for Sustainability

ML+A designed this sustainable park as an urban watershed demonstration project that accommodates community and school recreational programs, integrated with an extensive network of introduced natural features and ecosystems. Located at the edge of a dense residential zone, the park incorporates active recreation, trails, water features, picnic areas, and a children’s adventure area in native habitat landscapes.

Tibetan side of Mount Everest where tents are pitched in deep snow. There are many vertical feet yet to climb. (Doug Allan)

Mount Everest Pictures

Tibetan side of Mount Everest where tents are pitched in deep snow. There are many vertical feet yet to climb. (Doug Allan)

Environmental Injustice and the Artist Response to Hurricane Katrina continues at CFAC through April 21st. Guest curated by Redell Hearn, the exhibitions 40 Days and 40 Nights: Photographs by Donn Young and Saving A Collection: Photographs by Gus Bennett, Jr. are featured. #BlackMuseums

Environmental Injustice and the Artist Response to Hurricane Katrina continues at CFAC through April 21st. Guest curated by Redell Hearn, the exhibitions 40 Days and 40 Nights: Photographs by Donn Young and Saving A Collection: Photographs by Gus Bennett, Jr. are featured. #BlackMuseums

Seattle’s Giving Garden Network is a remarkable volunteer operation: volunteers of all ages manage greenhouses, sow seeds, distribute starts to the various gardens, plant the gardens, weed, water and tend them throughout the season, harvest the produce, and deliver the food to where it is needed.

Seattle’s Giving Garden Network is a remarkable volunteer operation: volunteers of all ages manage greenhouses, sow seeds, distribute starts to the various gardens, plant the gardens, weed, water and tend them throughout the season, harvest the produce, and deliver the food to where it is needed.

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