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The Great Neighborhoods Campaign

The Great Neighborhoods campaign has momentum, but time is running out to make sure that the Legislature backs a comprehensive and balanced bill. Governor Baker has proposed a modest zoning bill.

A Prescription for Care

Johnson Compounding and Wellness Pharmacy Continues Longstanding Legacy
Johnson Compounding and Wellness, in Waltham, has recently changed hands from previous co-owners and pharmacists Stephen and Diane Bernardi to Pharmacy Manager John Walczyk, PharmD, RPh, FIACP, FACA and Andrew Stein, PharmD, RPh.

Boston Creates

A Culture Plan for the City of Boston
In a city that is home to more arts and cultural organizations per capita than any other metropolitan area, creativity is part of Boston’s DNA.

Boston Food Rescues to the Rescue

Local groups and organizations in the Greater Boston area are taking on food waste in the community.

Feeding Our Community

Get involved with helping to feed those in need in Boston.

Honoring Earth Day

Go Green at Parks and Other Community Events
Local events that will help citizens of all ages answer the call to go green.
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Tickets on Sale for Healthy Lifestyle Event, Film Screening

Early bird ticket pricing ends July 31 for the day-long expo The Revolution of Consciousness on September 24, at The Reggie Lewis Center, Roxbury Crossing.

Herbstalk Community Herbal Event Returns

Herbstalk, a grassroots, Boston- area herbal event, will take place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., June 3 and 4, at The Center for the Arts at the Armory, in Somerville

The Hempest Celebrates Grand Re-Opening

The Hempest, Boston’s first cannabis- based store, has re-opened at its new location at 301 Newbury Street.

Center for Spiritual Living Moves to New Location in Cambridge

The Center for Spiritual Living Greater Boston has a new home at 50 Dudley Street, in Cambridge.

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Archive »Action

Food Democracy

By the People, for the People and Toward a Stronger Nation
Across the country, support is spreading for a food network that sustains local economies while providing better nourishment and GMO transparency.
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Archive »Action Briefs

Women Warriors

Africans Unite to Save Rhinos

We Need Trees

Arbor Day More Vital Now than Ever

Sway Congress

Save Wild Horses Campaign Update

Wildlife Wipeout

Wind Turbines Kill Winged Creatures

Tea Time

Citizen Scientists Needed for Carbon Storage Experiment

Bee Killers

Neonic Pesticides Again Linked to Decline
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Archive »Environment

EPA: A Muzzled Watchdog

E.G. Vallianatos Seeks to Put Bite Back into the Agency
Political corruption has resulted in America’s most critical environmental enforcement unit turning into the “polluter’s protection agency.”
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Archive »Environment Briefs

Lower Overhead

Green Energy Reduces Utility Costs

Independent Action

Mayors Worldwide Sign Climate Charter

Deadly Cargo

Oil Spill Threatens Ocean Ecology

Eco-Villains

Cleanup Cites Worst Plastic Polluters

Green Team

Seattle Mariners Win Eco-Award

All That Glitters

Sparkly Microbeads Face Ban
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Archive »National Community Briefs

Awakening the Global Heart

Compassionate Activists Unite to Write Earth’s New Story
People from all walks of life are joining together in innovative, heart-centered ways to address the planet’s deep-rooted problems.

Change Makers

Inspired to Act
Dedicated to improving their slice of the world, activists are energetically tackling problems that range from food waste in California to poor sanitation in Haiti to Alzheimer’s treatment in New York.

Creating Community

15 Ways to Craft a Circle of Caring
With simple, clear steps and procedures, we can build bonds with our neighbors to create a better tomorrow together.

Hidden Treasures

Neighbors Discover Their Wealth of Resources
To build loving communities, we need only to locate and engage the talents right in our midst.

Livable Communities We Love

Good for People and the Planet
Across the country, cities from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh to Portland are finding fresh new ways to create engaging street life for residents while eco-upgrading their green spaces, services and infrastructure.

The Adventure of Couchsurfing

Stay with Locals and Make New Friends
Couchsurfing—sleeping on someone’s couch or spare bed located via member Internet postings—results in in-depth travel experiences that can’t be found in a guidebook.