Kristen Demaline

Kristen Demaline worked for GRACE's communications team and blogged at Ecocentric until she left the foundation in May 2015.

Presidents Gone Green

America's 44 presidents have dealt with environmental and climate issues since our nation's beginning. From Thomas Jefferson to Barack Obama, here's how they've managed and grown our food, water and energy systems!

Be Mine, Sustainable Valentine!

We know Valentine's Day isn't everyone's cup of tea. But who doesn't like love - for yourself, your partner, your friends and yes, the Earth? Here are 8 great ways to celebrate that don't involve lots of cash, plastic junk or greeting card companies.

Our Heroes: Judi Shils and Erin Schrode, Teens Turning Green

Judi Shils and Erin Schrode are the mother-daughter dynamos behind Teens Turning Green, which has helped thousands of high school and college/university students around the world organize around sustainability issues. TTG's marquis project is the "Project Green Challenge", a 30-day event each October that inspires participants and spreads the word about eco-consciousness.

Our Heroes: Katharine Hayhoe

Katharine Hayhoe is a climate scientist whom we first came to know after she appeared in the Emmy-winning climate doc Years of Living Dangerously. Her scientific know-how and engaging demeanor make for a winning combo as she reaches out to faith-based communities who haven't always been a part of the environmental movement.

BEETCOIN and Slow Money Redefine What it Means to Invest: Interview with Woody Tasch

Woody Tasch is the founder and chairman of the Slow Money Alliance, whose national gathering of good food system advocates, entrepreneurs and community leaders takes place November 10 - 12 in Louisville, KY. There, 21 food entrepreneurs will also present projects for a chance to win the first "BEETCOIN" funding. Join in the fun online!

Real Food Right Now and How to Cook It: Wine

Are you ready to step up your wine game? In this Real Food overview, we'll touch on some familiar grapes and wines while providing references for further exploration. Most importantly, we'll look at the environmental impacts and sustainable potential of winemaking!

Naomi Klein's Call to Climate Action: This Changes Everything

"What is wrong with us? What is really preventing us from putting out the fire that is threatening to burn down our collective house?" asks Naomi Klein early in This Changes Everything. Her new book on the relationship between climate change and capitalism is a must-read, smart and feisty call to action.

Our Heroes: Joel Bach and Years of Living Dangerously

Joel Bach, co-creator of Emmy-winning series Years of Living Dangerously, fills us in on how he and David Gelber came up with the series concept, how Arnold Schwarzenegger and Ian Somerhalder's fans starting talking climate change and what's next for the #YEARSProject and season two.

Years of Living Dangerously Recap: Episode 9, Moving a Mountain

This week's driving questions: "Why should we care about climate change? And, to a lesser extent, "What can we do about it?" The season finale featured an interview with President Barack Obama, an amazing glacial expedition in the Andes and the conclusion of Michael C. Hall's poignant trip to Bangladesh.

Years of Living Dangerously Recap: Episode 8, A Dangerous Future

Matt Damon examines heat waves, whose frequency and deadly impacts are expected to keep rising. Thomas Friedman brings us to Yemen where bone-dry villages engage in deadly life-and-death struggles for water. Michael C. Hall heads to Bangladesh, where millions are destined to lose their land as sea levels rise. It's a powerful episode of Years of Living Dangerously.

Years of Living Dangerously Recap: Episode 7, Revolt, Rebuild, Renew

This week, Jessica Alba looks at an Environmental Defense Fund program bringing environmental management to corporate America. Chris Hayes went to New York's Far Rockaways to visit with another community devastated by Hurricane Sandy. And Thomas Friedman found a story about Egypt's Arab Spring taking him in a direction he hadn't anticipated: to Kansas.

US Government Cuts Estimate of Recoverable Oil in Monterey Shale by 96 Percent

On May 20th, the Los Angeles Times reported that the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) has slashed the amount of barrels of oil in the Monterey Shale considered "recoverable" using current technology - by 96 percent. Is there a stronger word than "slash?" Let's put it this way: It's a pretty spectacular statistical fail.

Years of Living Dangerously Recap: Episode 6, Winds of Change

This episode's theme: where goes our energy future? America Ferrera checks out renewable energy supporters and climate change critic James Taylor of the Heartland Institute. Mark Bittman is back for another investigation, this one on fracking and its impact on our atmosphere.

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