Restoring carbon depleted ag land in the US can remove 250 million tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere each year. How do we help farmers make the switch?
Our world is changing. New developments through tremendous amounts of research create the possibility to enable healthier communities and the people who live and work there. As personal technology continues to advance in Lightning speeds, it is a belief we can utilize personal tech and the applications it provides us with to make tremendous transformations in personal health and wellness, education and business, the sustainable development of smarter communities all dedicated to an empowered global citizenry with ethical leadership at its helm.
Michigan State University researchers are exploring the role cannabis plays in improving brain health and treating diseases such as HIV/AIDS, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. A pioneer in his field, Norbert Kaminski, director of MSU’s Institute for […]
Bryan Smith, associate professor of biomedical engineering at MSU, and a team of scientists created a “Trojan Horse” nanoparticle that can be directed to eat debris, reducing and stabilizing plaque. The discovery could be a […]
“Holism is the science of recognising that the parts of any whole, or system (from man-made organisations to natural systems) are in intimate interconnection, such that they cannot exist independently of the whole, or cannot […]
The Covid-19 pandemic has provoked widespread discussion of what kind of future the world should look forward to after the crisis. One of the areas of economic life around which there is spirited debate is […]
Sarah Lazare, Web Editor of In These Times. Work and words of Dr. Margaret Klein Salamon, founder of The Climate Mobilization and author of Facing the Climate Emergency: How to Transform Yourself with Climate Truth.
Special Guests includeDr. Lynn Ringerberg, MD, Past President of Physicians for Social responsibility and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez The pandemic hangs like a black cloud lurking over us all. We are behind it and will continue to […]
Governments compete on the global market for medical equipment produced elsewhere. Squeezed public sectors are stretched beyond their limits and the social consequences of shutdowns reverberate across the world. The coronavirus crisis has fundamentally questioned […]
It should come as no surprise that established lawns do not need fertilizing. Simply leaving the grass clippings on top after a mow is equivalent to one-pound of nitrogen fertilizer per thousand square feet of lawn […]