Sustainable legend and founder of the Austin-based Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems, Pliny Fisk III talks with OC about his unique career and new ways to employ simple technologies to reduce the burden we place on our planet.
Renowned Iron Chef Jose Garces discusses his passion for regional cuisines, his 40-acre “green” farm, sustainable practices in his restaurants, the joy of cooking, and bringing people together over food.
Noted anthropologist, explorer, author and photographer Wade Davis shares some of the ancient wisdom and richness of the cultures he has studied, and explains his conviction that every culture has something to teach our modern world.
Sustainable legend and founder of Nature’s Path, Arran Stephens shares how the ideals he brought back from a youthful stay in India are still alive in the largest organic cereal company in North America.
Named Creative Director of the Decade by Adweek magazine, Alex Bogusky has been called “perhaps the most influential figure in American advertising today.” He tells OC how he became a fearless advocate in the consumer revolution.
What if there was an ultrasimple diet that could treat arthritis, fatigue, irritable bowel, reflux, chronic allergies, eczema, psoriasis, autoimmune disease, diabetes, heart disease, migraines, depression, attention deficit disorder?
There has been a lot of learned philosophical discourse about how much of a say we have in creating our own futures. I’m not going to add to that dialogue. Instead, let’s approach it simply and practically.
Researchers have developed a way to capture electricity directly from plants.
U.S. beekeepers, scientists, and public advocacy groups have been sounding the alarm over the harmful impacts of these chemicals for years, but their calls have largely been ignored.
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Thirty years ago, scientists figured out how to directly modify the genes in our food and produce GMO crops.
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Ron Finley plants vegetable gardens in South Central LA—in abandoned lots, traffic medians, along the curbs.
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