Erik Assadourian discusses Yardfarmers and its potential in bringing us to a more sustainable future with Cullen Pope, Editor of EATT Magazine.
In Reading, the United States’ second poorest city, the residents’ group Permacultivate is practicing and preaching local food production.
What would it take to convert the unsustainable Spanish economy into an exemplar of financial stability, sustainability, and social equity?
Time may be far too short to construct ecovillages for 7 billion people but not too short to apply their lessons in communities around the world.
What will American residential communities look like after the era of economic growth is over?
Vancouver is trying to become the “Green Capital” of the world, but is it even coming close?
A new map reveals the future shape of America.
Does Washington DC’s new Sustainability Plan “Sustainability DC” really move the city closer to true sustainability, or is it just a bunch of sustainabbable? Developed […]
What role will eco-neighborhoods play in the building of sustainable and resilient cities?
What would a truly sustainable United States look like in 2100? A green consumerist paradise or something that looks more similar to the colonial era?
Vancouver is trying to be the world’s Greenest City, but that is far from a truly sustainable city.
Should people pool funds to buy ads for social change? Or should they simply co-opt them to get their messages out?
Worldwatch is proud to release a new eco-education scenario for the world renowned board game, The Settlers of Catan. Now available at www.oilsprings.catan.com
Exploring the nexus between survival, consuming and making a living on others’ garbage.
Miami recently approved construction of two 50-story electronic billboards designed to market the wares of the consumer society–it’s like something out of The Lord of the Rings, but instead of the Towers Orthanc and Mordor, they’re building the Towers of Mindblank and Buymore.