November 20, 2015, No comments

By Dave Armon, 3BL Media While attempting to become the youngest person to circumnavigate the globe 11 years ago, British sailing champion Ellen MacArthur had plenty of time to think. […]


My Experience at the Global Youth Institute, October 2015

November 10, 2015, No comments

by Bailey Gitzel I am a grade 12 student and live on a small mixed farm near Graysville, MB. I have always been very passionate about agriculture and ...


Beyond Bloodstained Gems: New Science, New Standards

November 2, 2015, No comments

Guest blog by Hazel Henderson, Ethical Markets The best way to ensure that your diamond is not bloodstained from conflicts is to buy an identical gem ...

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What They Don’t Tell You About Volunteering Abroad

October 28, 2015, No comments

There are several different commotions knitted around the concept of volunteering abroad. Some consider it a tough ask and skip doing it, while some c ...

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    Feeding the Minds that will Feed Nine Billion
    May 8, 2015, No comments

    I recently had the privilege of participating in Net Impact’s Nourishing Nine Billion SolutionLab at Tufts University’s Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. We examined how to sustainably feed nine [...]

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    No Diet Day: Slim Pickings
    May 6, 2015, No comments

    For more than 20 years, May 6 has been “No Diet Day.” For 25 years or so, I was a fabulous dieter, losing about 350 pounds altogether. But I still [...]

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    The Final Four: Who Wins in Sustainability?
    April 2, 2015, No comments

    With March Madness nearing its sure-to-be-climactic end, basketball is the hottest topic du jour. As an environmental champion, have you ever wondered how your favorite college teams would stack up [...]