A majority of US Citizens want mandatory labeling of genetically modified foods, but the US government is letting the fox run the henhouse. You can help!
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Earthville Music recording artist Scarth Locke has just produced a creative new music video that has been nominated for an award, and he needs your help.
By chance, world leaders and I are in Geneva today, on peace missions of different sorts. Events of the past two weeks spur reflection on the ways in which their big mission and my little one intersect.
The Steve JobsSchools in the Netherlands offer one possible vision for schools that embrace technology at their core.
Stop Herakles Farms from destroying a giant swath of rainforest in Cameroon, threatening chimpanzee habitat and the subsistence of Cameroonian farmers.
Some food companies have begun selling food products that are labeled as “natural” despite the fact that they contain genetically modified (GM) ingredients.
The Dharmalaya Institute, in partnership with venerated earthen architect Didi Contractor, is launching the Internship in Vernacular Eco-Architecture. The internship is a formal, academically-supervised service-learning program designed to provide architects (and students of architecture) with both practical experience and deeper theoretical knowledge in the arts and practices of sustainable building.
Smiles all around at the close of our second annual silent meditation retreat with SanghaSeva at the Dharmalaya Institute in the Indian Himalayas.
Earthville Music releases free single, “Caskets That Small,” as guruzero’s artistic response to the Sandy Hook school shootings in Newtown, CT…
The first building on the new eco-campus of the Dharmalaya Institute is just two steps away from being ready to welcome the public, and Dharmalaya needs your help to reach the finish line. Here are three ways you can help us launch this inspiring project.