Articles, Information, Resources

  • Pathways to Paris, Pathway to Paris brings together musicians, artists, activists, academics, mayors, and innovators to help raise consciousness surrounding the urgency of climate action and offers solutions to turning the Paris Agreement into action.
  • Actions for California, Together let’s urge our cities in California to go 100% renewable and zero emissions by 2040.
  • International Forum on Globalization, The INTERNATIONAL FORUM ON GLOBALIZATION is a research, advocacy and action organization, founded in 1994, focused on the impacts of dominant economic and geo-political policies. Led by an international Board of scholars and citizen-movement leaders from ten countries, IFG collaborates with environmental, social justice, and anti-militarism activists, seeking secure models of democracy and sustainability, locally and globally.
  • 5 Things Art Can Do For The Environment, ARTPLACE AMERICA (ARTPLACE) is a ten-year collaboration among a number of foundations, federal agencies, and financial institutions. We began our work as an organization in 2011, and will finish in 2020. Our mission is to position arts and culture as a core sector of community planning and development.
  • She started composting. Who knew red wigglers and worm poop were so interesting? [Katherine Tolbert, Washington Post]
  • The Formation of Vegetable Mould Through the Action of Worms [Charles Darwin, Project Gutenberg]
  • Soil Sentinels: Harness the Power of Earthworms [Paul Reed Hepperly, Ph.D., Acres-Eco Farmin Daily]
  • A $350 toilet powered by worms may be the ingenious future of sanitation that Bill Gates has been dreaming about [Hilary Brueck, The Business Insider]
  • Drawdown: Marin and Related Events Calender
  • Drawdown: Marin is a community-driven campaign to do our part to dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions and prepare for climate change impacts. Drawdown: Marin is aligned with the solutions-oriented approach of Paul Hawken’s “Project Drawdown.” Drawdown will work to “draw down” carbon emissions by designing and implementing solutions in 6 Focus Areas: Renewable Energy, Transportation, Buildings + Infrastructure, Carbon Sequestration, Local Food + Food Waste, and Climate Resilient Communities
  • Recode — Recoding solutions for sustainability We need to accelerate the adoption of the next generation water infrastructure that will protect and preserve our planet’s precious water resources for all species. While preparing for population growth, we still need to protect public health, meet climate resiliency needs, and fulfill global sustainability commitments. Components of this next generation water infrastructure exist now. Examples can be found in pioneering projects and communities around the nation and the world. In many cases, these systems use less water and energy, recycle water repeatedly, capture nutrients for beneficial use, and perform at a cost below conventional water treatment systems.