Patagonia's Founder Has Given His Company Away To Fight Climate Change and Advance Conservation: 5 Questions Answered
Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard has irrevocably transferred their ownership of the outdoor apparel company to a set of trusts and nonprofit organizations. From now on, the corporation’s profits will fund efforts to deal with climate change, as well as protect wilderness areas.Read More
The Good Good Good Guide To the Best Books of 2022
Every month we’ll update this list with new-release book recommendations for people who care about doing good in the world.Read More
How Could Positive ‘Tipping Points’ Accelerate Climate Action?
As catastrophic climate change tipping points loom, could positive shifts toward green action also be speeding up?Read More
Misfits Market Review: Is It Worth It To Reduce Food Waste?
We’re here with an authentic review of Misfits Market, to give you another option to help reduce food waste during your weekly grocery haul. Read More
'Open Source' Seeds Are Fighting Back Against Big Ag
A handful of companies own the patents on virtually every seed planted in the US. Now, a new crop of unowned seeds is bringing biodiversity back to farming.Read More
Pets Eat a Lot of Meat. Feeding Them Insects Could Lower Their Carbon Pawprint.
A Q&A with Anne Carlson, the founder and CEO of Jiminy’s, on bringing insect-based dog food to the U.S.
Good News: Cars Are Vanishing from Paris
The share of journeys made by car in the city has fallen by nearly half, and the trend is only accelerating.Read More