Christopher Round of Divest Harvard, in Cambridge, joins college students from more than 200 campuses across the country in urging schools to divest from fossil fuels in their endowments.
Natural Awakenings, a proud Sustainable Business Network of Massachusetts (SBN) member, spoke with managing director Katrina Kazda to learn more about SBN’s current work in the Boston area.
Steve Chinosi, director and chief Innovation Officer of the Newton Public Schools’ Innovation Laboratory in Newtonville, is in the business of true education.
Many people breathe a sigh of relief when spring shyly offers its first green buds and promises new life, while others reach for their inhalers, nasal sprays, and antihistamines, braced for their breathing to get hijacked by allergic sniffles and wheezes.
Hanna Somatic Education not only reduces pain and regains awareness and control, but also to teaches the client how to flow through the process without a practitioner.
Local events that will help citizens of all ages answer the call to go green.
A dog is a valuable family member who responds to love, attention and healthy living within a positive environment. By attending to a few things, we can have happy dogs and a better relationship with them.
Walter Ness, director of Energy Theater, presents a performance that’s designed to activate neuropathways related to love and relationships.
The Somatic Movement Center, in Watertown, will present an introductory workshop for its Professional Somatics Training Program, which is scheduled to begin in September.
Alison Shaw, NP, LMT, of Bodymind Resourcing, in Arlington, will present a free teleclass on listening to symptoms as messengers.