Marci Zaroff’s book ECORenaissance

My dear friend Marci Zaroff has written her first book, ECOrenaissance. It’s wonderful to see the big picture and the journey toward a more sustainable…

Tailspin: America’s 50 year fall

I just finished the audio version of this book and have been sending it to everyone I know. Tailspin is  a great read.   From the…

Dr Gundry’s Cookbook

If you’ve been a long time reader of this blog or the newsletter, you would have heard me mention Dr Gundry. And if you’ve met…

You’re drinking plastic

93% of bottled water showed some sign of microplastic contamination. They tested Aqua in Indonesia- it’s clear we have a huge problem and we’re basically…

5 Most-Read Green Posts in 2017

Welcome to the highlights of 2017! Thank you to everyone who follows this blog- whether you get here by being one of the nearly 20,000 newsletter…

13 Ocean Heroes Fighting to Save Our Seas

Melati and Isabel from Bye Bye Plastic Bags make their way onto this list of ocean heroes with some heavyweights of conservation- what an achievement….

Listening to your gut

When things are really important and controversial, like healing people with food instead of drugs, you always wonder if it’s true. But when you read…

Green Shoots

Juliet Kinsman writes about the Green Family in the St Regis Magazine. Bali has long attracted free-thinkers: travelers seeking a tropical escape from the usual…

Elora Hardy’s treehouses from dreams

Green Village and IBUKU were recently featured on New Zealand’s Stuff website. Green Village panders to nature, not the other way around. Bamboo is more…

Going GMO free with the Food Babe

Two articles recently caught my eye on The Food Babe’s blog. One about America’s love of Halloween candy:  The Food Babe uncovers how many of…