Frances Moore Lappé believes that if we embrace the principles of a Living Democracy, centered on individual citizen involvement, we can locally solve global problems, together.
Actress Daryl Hannah is shedding light on environmental issues and working hard to help improve the way people treat our planet.
Putumayo World Music founder Dan Storper shares his thoughts on the uplifting, culture-sharing benefits of international music.
Chef Ann Cooper, the “Renegade Lunch Lady,” is transforming school menus to offer smarter, healthier foods.
Kenneth A. Paulson, co-founder and former editor of USA Today, discusses the importance of freedom of speech, press, religion, petition and assembly.
The founder of Communities in Schools, Bill Milliken, discusses his program for keeping kids in school, why kids drop out, and the basics for helping America's youth stay in school.
The self-made multi-millionaire is also a spiritual guru, and his idea of “having it all” is not what you might imagine. Here, he shares his thoughts on how we can heal ourselves, from the inside out.
A scholar, author, philosopher and leading founder of the human potential movement, Houston believes that the rise of women and the re-patterning of human nature in the 21st century may be one of the most important events in human history.
Louv, author of Last Child in the Woods and The Nature Principle, asserts that the more high-tech our lives become, the more nature we need to enhance the quality of our health and relationships. He also urges us to re-imagine our own backyards and neighborhoods.
The daughter of actors and environmental activists Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, Nell Newman launched Newman’s Own Organics in 1993 and advocates for sustainable agriculture.