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 Shiva In July 2011, courtesy of Exxon, 42,000 gallons of oil spilled into Montana’s Yellowstone River affecting areas as far as 150 miles... 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.
The concept of a Blue Issue came to us courtesy of Alexandra Cousteau (granddaughter of marine legend Jacques Cousteau), who was the cover subject of our “Get Into Nature” issue back in June 2009. She proposed the idea during the course of our photo shoot, and we were instantly sold.
The director of LOHAS (Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability), Ted Ning has his finger on the pulse of consumer behavior. With the derailment of the economy over the past year, behaviors have changed, he told us at his cover shoot for the December issue, and people are becoming more conscious about how they spend their money.