A modern anecdote to encourage you to be aware of what’s happening in your environment — and take action when needed.
Air pollution is now considered the world’s largest environmental health risk, taking the blame for an estimated seven million premature deaths in 2012, the World Health Organization said.
On Tuesday, March 22, we recognize the important role that water plays in the health of our planet and our bodies.
The New York Times bestselling author talks to us about her new book and why the health of our soil determines the health of our planet.
For decades, we’ve been a culture obsessed with avoiding germs, convinced that getting dirty is dangerous. But some health professionals insist that exposure to a range of bacteria is not only safe, it’s essential to human health and immunity.
Tips to recycle everything from sports equipment, cosmetic containers, clothing, shoes, and electronics.
“We need to move beyond oil. We need to reinvent society, technology and economy. We need to do it fast and we need to do it creatively. We can.” — Dr. Vandana ShivaIn July 2011, courtesy of Exxon, 42,000 gallons of oil spilled into Montana’s Yellowstone River affecting areas as far as 150 miles downstream… Read more »
One of my editorial tasks at Experience Life is to find and review links to share on the RevolutionaryAct.com social media outlets. Most of the stuff I find is pretty dull, poorly written, we’ve already covered it or it’s not quite the right fit for our informed healthy revolutionaries. Often I find things that make… Read more »
A new guide can help you determine the carbon footprint of your food choices.