Can Jenny McCarthy’s Generation Rescue Bring Good Karma?


Guest post by Danielle Herring Jenny McCarthy, an actress, author, model,  and activist has pioneered her son’s plight with autism into acute advocacy in serving as President of Generation Rescue, an organization she founded in 2005, while working through the difficulties in finding answers for her son.  She has become the key public figure in raising awareness and soliciting funds for the organization.  Most recently, Jenny partnered with the Karma Foundation as the beneficiary of the charitable funds raised at their Tentpole Event, Kandyland, held…

Revolutionizing The Food System: It’s About That Time


Guest post by Sam Rye What if the food system was the next industry to become more decentralized like music, communication and e-commerce? Well, we think that’s going to happen. In short, because it has to happen. Plain and simple, the centralised, industrialised food system which currently produces 99% of food in the United Stated, United Kingdom, and Australia is unsustainable in its current form and is ripe for disruption. The last 50 years of agriculture and food distribution have seen many advancements including better access…

A Seer’s Public Heart Check


Guest post by Klayton Korver I woke up this morning with this thought in my head. We can only do great things in small ways.  This isn’t the mindset I’ve had over the last few years while working in the for-profit /non-profit world. Having spent a great deal of time considering what the world needs and wants (i.e. this country, our city, culture, the 20-30 somethings), I think I’ve been looking for the most dramatic way I can make an impact. What has happened as a…

Why Water Is Life & Everyday Should be World Oceans Day


Water is life. Let’s not wait until it runs dry. Our oceans cover 71 percent of the Earth’s surface and contain 97 percent of the planet’s water. This Friday, June 8th, is World Oceans Day –a time to celebrate and honor the oceans that connect us all globally, and provide beauty, energy, mystery and life. To participate in the movement, you can dive into a number of  events being held around the world. Don’t worry if you can’t make it in person.  Just toss on a blue or…

Tweet It, Facebook It, Shoot It — The Future You Want In 6 Minutes


“If you don’t know how to fix it, please stop breaking it.” Severn Suzuki (when she was 12 years old) In 1992, 12-year-old Severn Suzuki made history when she attended the Rio Summit and delivered a six-minute speech about her concerns for the future of the planet. She sent out a call to action to the global leaders at the event, and urged them to be forward thinking when addressing the world’s environmental issues. On June 19th, the UN Conference on Sustainable Development, or Rio+20…

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