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Molly Hagan on Eco-Living: Start Small and Stay Committed

The actress has been award of the need for environmental integrity for 30 years, and weighs every choice from gardening to flooring with sustainability in mind.

Taggart Siegel Seeks to Seed an Agricultural Revolution

His latest documentary film explores the global drive to rescue traditional seed varieties threatened with extinction by agribusiness practices, in order to ensure humanity’s survival.

Tony Juniper on How Thriving Ecosystems Sustain Prosperity

The environmental advocate and author explains why only policies that acknowledge our need for nature enable us to thrive economically, physically and emotionally.

Dr. Joseph Mercola on Simple Steps to Well-Being

Monitoring seven markers of health, exchanging our usual beverages for water and getting up from our desk every 15 minutes are first steps to robust health.

Transforming the Way Women Relate to Men

Approaching our differences with openness and curiosity rather than assumptions opens up true communication.

Julia Schopick on Effective, Affordable Medicine

Such seemingly intractable conditions as Parkinson’s, lupus, and rheumatoid arthritis can respond to surprisingly low-cost treatments.

Krista Tippett on Our Evolving Spirituality

The National Public Radio host of On Being discovers deep inspiration shared by the spiritual leaders, philosophers, physicists, biologists and neuroscientists she interviews.

Kelly Brogan on the Truth About Depression

The psychiatrist and author uses food, not pharmaceuticals, to successfully turn around depression.

Edward Humes on the High Cost of Transportation

When we click “buy it now” to purchase, say, a coffee pot, we support a process that has 165,000 miles of trains, planes, boats and truck travel attached to it.

Inside the Chant with Krishna Das

His soothing, rhythmic chants open up soul spaces and connections by which we can feel touched by the Divine.

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