For more than 10 years, the WildiZe African Conservation Foundation has been lending its support to conservation projects across Africa, from improving the relationship between locals and animals to developing sustainable farming
The latest talking point emanating from the friends of coal and oil seems to be that pursuing clean energy is based on "ideology", rather than "what works". But that only makes sense if "what works" is defined as decimating
The other day, I posted a video on how one Australian farmer was using weeds and water to regenerate degraded land. Perusing Permaculture TV, I came across another video from Ecofilms Australia of one Aussie farmer who
A new flowering plant species accidentally discovered in Bahia, Brazil has the unique ability to bow down and deposit its seeds, The tiny white and pink flower in effect replants itself for the next season.
I've noted before that if there is a war on weeds, it's important to identify what victory looks like. While many old-school gardeners and farmers talk in terms of a never-ending battle with invading hoards, a more
Last week I posted a video from The Perennial Plate in which Daniel and Mirra learned about foraging for sea beans, digging for "geoduck" giant clams, and even making your own sea salt. At the time, I argued that such
When you think about big cats with dwindling populations, a few breeds come to mind: tigers, lions, the Iberian lynx.
But one you probably haven't spent much time considering is the African golden cat -- because it's so rare that it's never even been ca
From small-scale agriculture boosting global food production to reinventing our entire food system, the case for radical agricultural reform has been made many times over. Science Daily reports on a new analysis resulting from the joined forces of the
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Derek Jensen already wowed Jenna Watson with his high-speed philosophizing on everything from Star Wars to civil disobedience, and his book A Language Older Than Words has introduced many people to the concept of
It had been over a century since an earthquake last rattled the East Coast, so it's no surprise that the millions of people who felt the shaking yesterday were caught off guard -- but it turns out, as a species,
It had been over a century since an earthquake last rattled the East Coast, so it's no surprise that the millions of people who felt the shaking yesterday were caught off guard -- but it turns out, as a species, humans may have been the only ones. Accordi