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Book Review: Off the Grid: Inside the Movement For More Space, Less Government, And True Independence in Modern America by Nick Rosen

Living without to live with more? Read More »

Book Review: Here on Earth: A New Beginning by Tim Flannery

A book about the whole notion of what humanity is as a species, and how that relates to the world we live in. Read More »

Book Review: Climatism! by Steve Goreham

Were it not for Michael Crichton’s State of Fear I would have never been interested in this book. Read More »

Avatar Overload and the “Anti” Agenda

It's easy to assume that Avatar is pro-environment and pro-civil rights. But it couldn't be more "anti" in its storyline. Read More »

DVD Review: Dirt! The Movie

Looking for the dirt on dirt? Dirt! The Movie gives the skinny on why dirt is more valuable than gold. Read More »

Card Game Review: EcoFluxx

This is a great game for learning or just goofing off. Read More »

Book Review: You Are Here: Why We Can Find Our Way to the Moon, but Get Lost in the Mall by Colin Ellard

Life is all about establishing connections. This book focuses that attention on our connection with the planet. Read More »

Book Review: Jack Rabbit Moon by Dorraine Darden

Like any other little girl, Marnie Evans wants to be cherished. Read More »

Reviews In Brief: Not Evil Just Wrong

Are environmental tales of "end times" over the top and frankly not true? Not Evil Just Wrong ponders the notion. Read More »

Getting in Obama’s Way: Might That Not Be A Good Thing?

Van Jones has just proven that the Obama administration doesn't really want a Green world. They want a surreal one. Read More »