Cassius Kamarampi – Malcolm Potts is a Malthusian figure with deep roots in the history of eugenics.
Anna Hunt – A new report warns of the impending extinction of this great animal.
Christina Sarich – Being a female defender of human rights is increasingly dangerous.
Isaac Davis – The tiny home movement is facing challenges from government, this time in Los Angeles.
Anna Hunt – Driven by their passion for nature, this couple has done the impossible.
Vic Bishop – Plastic fishing, started by company Plastic Whale, is an innovative approach to cleaning up the waterways of Amsterdam.
Alex Pietrowski – A letter to lawmakers from the Drug Enforcement Agency hints at removing pot from the list of schedule I drugs.
Vic Bishop – A huge win for animal rights activists who’ve been fighting exploitation of tigers for years.
Anna Hunt – The role that you want to play in reforesting our planet is up to you.
Dylan Charles – You’re more likely to be murdered in cold blood for working in defense of the Amazon rainforest than you are if you’re working for America’s thin blue line.
Vic Bishop – The shredding of living male chicks will end in 2017, making it the first nation to stop this cruel practice.
Christina Sarich – Australia is now a medical marijuana nation. Will the US be next?
Anna Hunt – The FBI’s new protocol now considers animal cruelty as a grave felony.
Phillip Schneider – Argentina is one of the most heavily polluted nations on earth thanks to decades long misuse and abuse of agro-chemicals. People have had enough.
Vic Bishop – Our reality is carefully constructed by powerful corporate, political & special interest groups.
Amanda Froelich – A quickly-spreading project is repurposing unwanted food for a worthy cause.
Isaac Davis – Switzerland rises up against reserve banking. Will they do what Iceland did?
Christina Sarich – The Yurok Tribe, the largest Native American tribe in California, will join other peoples such as those from Russia, Italy, and Germany in saying NO to genetically modified organisms.
Rhett A. Butler – Peru sets up 3.3M acre reserve home to un-contacted tribes, endangered wildlife.