Dr. Greger visits Google to discuss his new book How Not to Die.
World leaders came out of Paris with an international climate agreement seeking to keep global temperature rise below 1.5 degrees Celsius. The following is part of “What It Takes,” a series that looks into what we’ll need to do to pull that off.
“We’re trying to add all the different, non-monetary motivators to help people declutter their lives a bit and get value for their stuff.”
Transitioning to organic regenerative agriculture practices “offers the best, and perhaps our only, hope for averting a global warming disaster.”
“The global atmosphere is certainly one of our major common assets and should be held in trust and protected from harm for current and future generations.”
Climate responsibility will fall to individuals, businesses, and local governments.
Grassroots community organizations are transforming physical and social landscapes in cities by adding value to the community, creating bonds of trust and comradeship, and linking neighbors together.
Director Guy Reid couples breathtaking footage from around the globe (and beyond) with interviews with philosophers, astronauts, environmentalists, cosmologists, and activists.
Collective intelligence rises with the number of women in a group.
What if this holiday season we fill our shopping baskets with only that which is needed and give something back in return?