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A Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans food project could promise real change to a struggling community. Our School at Blair Grocery is a Food Security Academy in New Orleans' Lower Ninth Ward. According
Oil seems to be a double curse for the fishermen of the Gulf Coast. Not only are they dealing with the devastating fallout of the BP oil spill, but they are struggling to keep up with ever-rising fuel costs too. Having
Yesterday I posted a video from The Perennial Plate about an award-winning humane dairy that lets its cows retire (as opposed to grinding them up for hamburger). While some folks questioned the sustainability of
The Passivhaus (now called Passive House in North America) standard is usually thought of as a response to temperate or cold conditions, given its German origin. Certainly its annual heating energy limits are not going to
This wall asks a question. What's important to you? What do you want to do before you die? What's on your bucket list? In New Orleans, an abandoned house has been converted into a community art project,
I was not quite sure what to think when Rob Walker, G.K. Darby and Ellen Susan launched the Hypothetical Development Organization late last year. In some ways, it hearkened back to the architectural storytelling
Almost three years ago, Brad Pitt built the Pink Project. TreeHugger founder Graham asked recently if we had covered it and I had to admit we had not; three years ago it seemed to me, frankly, frivolous. Who needs cute pink