As I travel around Europe to launch State of the World 2010, I’ve done a lot of schlepping from airport to metro station to bus [...]
While visiting Spain, Erik is questioned about State of the World 2010 at the US Embassy….
Did I know what a tomato was at age 6? Did you? Well, these kids certainly don’t….
Introducing Worldwatch’s next book: Worldwatch Institute’s Complete Guide to Permaculture and Zombie Defense
New Climate Thought on the importance of Transforming Cultures posted at http://en.cop15.dk/thoughts. Take a look, then add your own thought….
Finland is a country incorporating education for sustainable development into its national curriculum. Its example can bring ideas for other countries to similarly incorporate a sustainability framework for education.
A tribute to Thomas Berry, who spoke about the state of the human-Earth relationship,
Home is a film about our planet, with the fate of its future resting in the hands of humanity.
The Story of Stuff has become a powerful tool to teach about the failings of consumerism.
Going off the grid is a reality in practice and kids are part of the movement. A Nick News piece documents kids in an ecovillage and in cities across the U.S. who are taking steps to reduce their energy consumption and limit their ecological footprint.
Walking to school is not only good for children’s health, it is a social and environmental service, helping to reduce traffic congestion and mitigate greenhouse gas pollution.
Children can become representatives of the planet and of their future.