“Common sense” is a term Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin repeatedly uses—with ever increasing enthusiasm—to describe the Hillside Farmers Cooperative he is creating with Latino farmers in southern Minnesota. Read more »
As reported by Twilight Greenaway: A University of San Francisco professor assigns her students to increase the sustainability of a corner store called the Save More Market in the city's diverse, low-income Western Addition neighborhood. Read more »
I've described how our circle of San Francisco families have launched a number of neighborhood projects--and in the Shareable article "Urban Butterflies," my pal Olivia Boler describes how started we started a group to explore the lifec. Read more »
"One of top things you can do to make your life a bit greener is cut down on stuff," writes Matthew McDermott at Treehugger. "Making it more difficult is that some of the things that are really useful only get used every so often... Read more »
This interview with Angelica Navarro (starts at 46:00), Bolivia's chief climate negotiator, shows in poignant fashion the rift between developed and developing nations over climate change.
For some, this rift is old news. Read more »