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Environment

From Slow Food to Slow Fashion

Carlo Petrini began the “slow food” movement in 1986. When this international campaign was created, springing from the desire to protect local food cultures and emphasize the pleasure of food over the immediate gratification (and often resulting regret) of the growing fast-food culture, Carlo’s ideas sounded idealistic, and perhaps a bit unrealistic. But three decades […]

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Healthy Oceans, Healthy Planet: Celebrating World Oceans Day

by Maria Luci, editor at Maria’s Farm Country Kitchen and Rodale’s We do a lot of applauding for “green” these days—especially at Rodale’s, where green is a way of life—but tomorrow, we invite you to spend some time honoring another color: blue. June 8 is World Oceans Day—a day for celebrating our amazing oceans and […]

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36 Million Dead Chickens Can’t Be Wrong: The Bird Flu Blues

I am not a specialist; I am a generalist. But one thing we generalists have over the specialists is that we tend to see the connections between things a lot faster and more easily than specialists do. In fact, sometimes it’s so easy for us to see the connections that the specialists think we’re stupid. […]

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Cotton: The World’s Dirtiest Crop

by the Rodale’s Team This month Rodale’s is commemorating our second anniversary! To celebrate, we want to share with you a little information about the traditional second anniversary gift of cotton. For us, any cotton gift must be organic cotton. Why organic? Because in today’s world of “fast fashion”—where trends change quickly and clothes are […]

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10 Small Steps to Making the World a Better Place

by guest blogger Gene Baur, activist, president and cofounder of Farm Sanctuary, and author of Living the Farm Sanctuary Life Close your eyes and imagine this: You step out of your daily life and into a favorite storybook. You’re back with “The Farmer in the Dell,” standing in a beautiful green pasture. All around you roam the […]

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3 Types of Products That Pollute Our Water

by guest blogger Ava Anderson, natural-beauty expert and safe-cosmetics advocate Earth Day may have come and gone, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be thinking about our planet every day of the year. Here are three types of products you should put a little thought into before purchasing, as the wrong varieties can have lasting, […]

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Happy Earth Day! And Happy #EarthGratitude Wave!

Since 1970, Earth has had one special day a year when we take a moment and really think about our planet—through demonstrations, fundraisers, volunteering, river cleanups, and other means of generally bringing our environment front and center. It was Gaylord Nelson, a senator from Wisconsin, who came up with the idea of creating a “national […]

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3 Simple Ways to Help the Environment

by guest blogger Maya K. van Rossum, the Delaware Riverkeeper The first Earth Day was an inspiration. On that day in 1970, 20 million people turned out to demand the protection and restoration of the earth, air, water, forests, natural lands, and species that support, sustain, and enrich every aspect of our lives. In more recent […]

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