Here is a collection of this weeks some of the best blogs found on the internet about sustainability, green living, green issues, and current global issues.
Sustainability and Diet – A Linkage Whose Time Has Come | National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition
This guest post is by the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition’s (NSAC) policy intern for the spring term, Katie Merritt. Katie is currently a graduate student in Environmental and Occupational Health at George Washington University
There is a new social network in town. This social network looks like a carbon copy of Facebook. The only difference is this new platform shares 90% of its revenue with the people who make the platform a worthwhile
There is a lot of research that shows that it doesn’t save any energy. The survey has been reset to zero. It’s that time of year when we lose an hour of sleep and turn our clocks forward thanks to the introduction of Daylight Savings Time, which probably made a lot of sense back in 1916
Can you live sustainably on a frugal budget? Zoe Morrison has found all sorts of inventive ways – from water pistols to making her own yoghurt – to do just that. “I have two children and when I was on maternity leave the second time round, I didn’t want to go back to work. It involved a long commute and my eldest had just started to school.”
Rewilding. The word itself conjures the romance of turning back time, returning to a mythical past where primal instincts reign. A technology-free creature domain, an edgeless expanse of Nature, red in tooth and claw.