As a person of East Indian descent, but an American through and through by birth and upbringing, I have always wanted to journey to the motherland to explore my Jain heritage.
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It so happens that several particularly memorable environmental documentaries were screened this year at Sundance and I was lucky enough to see a few of them.
One of the most memorable experiences of my life, reminiscent of Marty McFLy traveling in his "Back To The Future" DeLorean, my visit to Nihiwatu in Sumba, Indonesia was truly a trip back in time.
What is an appropriate number of square feet per person to live comfortably yet sustainably?
I know many successful boomers who are now moping around their 8 to 12,000-foot monuments to capitalism. But has America's long-standing love affair with this type of -- not very green -- home finally run its course?
A recent New York Times article, in classic "all the news that's fit to print" fashion, declared that the bevy of green consumer products introduced o...
Many previously flush donors have been forced to cut back on their generosity. Asking the remaining contributors to dig deeper is not the answer in most cases. What's a nonprofit to do?
Instead of having each city in America try to work on a full sustainability plan, why not assign a specific area of focus, and then share the solution in the form of a best practices template?
A recent experience tells me that we have a long way to go before even the top level of architects and developers really understand how to design and build a sustainable property.
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