If you have heard of Climate Change raise your hand.
Can you image the difference in how you’d feel if you were sitting by an open window during rush-hour traffic surrounded by buildings and concrete in the heat of the day?
Growing food is one of the best ways to strengthen your food security, embrace a wholesome social environment, lower your carbon footprint, and drop your cost of living.
Oxygen tends to partner up with carbon where the resulting carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide may be deadly to life as we know it. There is much to learn from what may be mysteriously hidden from view.
More than 67,000 volunteers donated their time in 2014 to collect nearly 1.5 million pounds of litter throughout the state, and better yet, last year may have been the cleanest in 15 years, officials said. Keep Arkansas Beautiful, a state-level affiliate of Keep America Beautiful announced their 2014 totals on Friday Jan. 30. Keep Arkansas…
A mysterious balance of matter exists among the grand diversity of life, including humans. Elements provide the currency in an ebb and flow of community interactions.
This Pacific Northwest, six-story, 50,000-square-foot Bullitt Center emulates strict standards to be certified as a Living Building. The Center automatically monitors the inside and outside temperatures, wind dynamics, precipitation events, sunlight conditions, and inside carbon dioxide concentrations
All foods, all medicines, and all drugs affect our overall consciousness and how we experience the world. Whether it’s a handful of fresh-picked berries, a pint of stout beer, or a laboratory engineered pill-capsule, it’s all medicine, acting as a specific type of fuel to run (or drain) your body.
With winter weather patterns just around the corner, most gardeners are finished with outdoor projects. Healthy house plants are a beautiful addition to any indoor living space.
Perception can be a tricky thing when it comes to science. A flock of birds flying overhead may appear to negate the finding of their endangered status, or it could be the last flock of passenger pigeons in your neighborhood – a glimpse before their 1914 extinction.