"A whole-systems approach
Regenerative development is best represented in regenerative agriculture, which has been practised by Indigenous and some traditional farming communities since cultivating land began. A growing regenerative agriculture movement is being driven by farmers, activists and some future-thinking companies in agriculture-reliant industries around the world, including food and fashion... "
"...Yaxnohcah managed to maintain a city for so long because of the way they sustainably managed their water supply and agriculture..."READ THE ARTICLE
Ice on Fire is an eye-opening documentary that focuses on many never-before-seen solutions designed to slow down our escalating environmental crisis.
Let’s use this time to rediscover some fundamental truths about our place on Earth: fire, air, water, earth, spirit — the basic elements of life. Without them, there is no life. When our relationships with them are unbalanced, we put our very existence at risk.LISTEN TO PODCAST
According to sustainable facts about 80% of the ítems that Americans throw away can be recycled. However, currently, America’s recycling rate is at only 28%.
The average American uses 650 pounds of paper each year. If all this paper was recycled, we could save up to 100 million tons of wood every year.
500,000 trees are cut down to produce Sunday newspapers each week. If you were to recycle your copy of the Sunday edition of the New York Times, you alone could save 75,000 trees. And if we all recycled all our newspapers, we could save about 250,000,000 trees each year!