Earth Island Project battles the disease by encouraging small-scale, healthy farming
California Rewriting Wastewater Rules
Nearly 1.5 million California households live in areas without access
to public sewers, and rely on septic systems to dispose of water used
in their homes. However septic systems can and do...
In our previous issue, I related the story of one Micah Spradling, who
sued Dr. Michael Dini of Texas Tech for requiring a student to accept
evolutionary theory before receiving a letter of recommenda...
BAWT Launches New Program
Bay Area Wilderness Training
BAWT launches new program The Youth Wilderness Leadership Training will provide under-served and
at-risk youth with opportunities to develop skills that will strengthen
Six-month-old fish letters Thanks to David Helvarg for his piece “The Last Fish.” (Spring 2003 EIJ)
It’s an old story, but his overview of government and private
mismanagement of our...
Challenging the EPA Fertilizer Rule
Jim Hightower Until
maybe 10 or 15 years ago, few Americans were paying much attention to
food beyond its price. We’d become a thoroughly urban nation, more in
touch with McDonald’s than O...
Everybody’s got a story
Courtesy gary cook gary
cook, director of Earth Island’s Baikal Watch project, is fluent in
several languages, including Russian, acquired during a childhood spent
living abroad. An educated man...
Project to Document Endangered S. California Wildlands
Faultline Media Project
Project will document the “last best Southern California wildlands” California’s largest privately owned open space is on the chopping block. Rugged and beaut...
In 1994, Mary Byrd Davis founded Yggdrasil Institute to consolidate,
continue, and expand her work centering on nuclear issues. Yggdrasil is
currently working extensively with the F...
International Marine Mammal Project
Congress Passes Conflicting Military Exemptions - Plus Court Blocks Bush's Dolphin Safe Label, Six Flags Fails to Get Orca, and Maui Bans Captive Cetacean Displays
Grassroots Globalization Network
End-runs around the Enrons As job losses rise, economic inequality worsens, and corruption
deepens, democracy itself now seems to be caught in the crosshairs. A new ca...