Sustainability

‘They Cannot Keep Us Silent’

‘They Cannot Keep Us Silent’

In the paramos of the Colombian Andes, Indigenous leaders face persecution as they defend the rights of people and the environment. DANIEL HENRYK RASOLT This story was originally published by Earth Island Journal. Version en español Maria Pito has dedicated her life...

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The Delusion and Impacts of Hydropower

The Delusion and Impacts of Hydropower

Touted by many renewable energy and sustainable development proponents as an important solution to the interconnected challenges of climate change and poverty, the reality of hydropower is far more complex.  Not all hydropower is created equal. The efficiency of...

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Grass Fed Beef

Grass Fed Beef

Cows are ruminants, and they evolved over millions of years to eat grass. Grass and other forage plants that ruminants munch on are difficult to digest, hence the evolution of their special stomach, the rumen, which helps break down these plants through special...

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Cambodia: The Depth of a Smile

Cambodia: The Depth of a Smile

Cambodia is one of the saddest, happiest, charming, impressive, crumbling, richest and poorest countries I have been to. It is truly a land of contrasts. Recent history, between their undesired role in the Vietnam war, to the horrific rule of Pol Pot and the Khmer...

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