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a woman purchases produce from a vendor at a farmer's market
By Elizabeth Millard
Regenerative agriculture is critical to the future of food — and the planet. Here's how you can help.
a person places a plastic water bottle into a recycle bin
By Michael Dregni
The future of trash . . . is no more trash. That’s the goal behind the latest ideas from forward-thinking waste researchers and engineers.
a person holds freshly picked garden vegetables
By Elizabeth Millard
Why nourishing topsoil, raising healthier animals, and growing more nutrient-dense crops and produce is critical to the future of food — and the planet.
Bahram Akradi, the founder, chairman, and CEO of Life Time — Healthy Way of Life.
By Bahram Akradi
Education’s role in shaping the future of the planet.
a string of party lights
By Michael Dregni
Turning off lights and advocating for better streetlamps are just two ways to preserve the night.
Wallace headshot
By Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl
Researcher Wallace J. Nichols, PhD, on how he embraces the mind-cleansing power of water every day.
night sky illuminated with city lights
By Michael Dregni
Light pollution contributes to greenhouse-gas emissions, harms our health, and blocks our view of the heavens. Learn how you can help turn down the glare at night.
Katie Boue with rock climbing gear
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
The climber, educator, and outdoor advocate wants us to let go of preconceived notions of what it means to be "outdoorsy."
jars filled with a variety of milks, each with a paper straw
By Heidi Wachter
Which nondairy milk is most climate-friendly: almond milk, rice milk, soymilk, or oat milk?
bottles filled with colorful liquid with plain white label
By Kaelyn Riley
Here are the five Big Food conglomerates that own some of your favorite "natural" or organic brands.
image of a pool with the sun and clouds reflected
By Wallace J. Nichols, PhD
Why being around water is so good for our psyches.
a person picks up a chicken
By Heidi Wachter
Modern feedlots produce plentiful and inexpensive meat — but at what cost to environmental and human health?
a shopper looks at a label on a food product
By Heidi Wachter
What do "Sell By," "Use By," and "Best Before" labels actually mean? We break it down.
overhead view of a long kitchen table filled with plates of uneaten food with chairs pushed away
By Heidi Wachter
A full third of the global food supply ends up in the trash. Learn how you can help turn this problem around.
a beautiful display of laundry items
By Experience Life Staff
Here's how to clean clothes with less waste.
A showerhead turned on with water coming out.
By Emily Ewen
From reducing plastic to conserving energy and water, Life Time continues to make improvements to its clubs and facilities with the planet in mind — and you can help too.
a person fills a glass with water at the kitchen sink
By Heidi Wachter
Pharmaceutical pollution is becoming a growing concern for human health. Learn what you can do to help.
Bahram Akradi, the founder, chairman, and CEO of Life Time — Healthy Way of Life.
By Bahram Akradi
One of the solutions to the global climate crisis is right under our feet.
A father wears a baby while he grocery shops
By Laura Fogelberg
Here are the most contaminated — and cleanest — fruits and veggies.
variety of plants in tera cotta pots
By Michael Dregni
Cleaner air and increased productivity are just two of the benefits associated with houseplants.
Sustainable kitchen items
By Experience Life Staff
Sustainable goods that make eating well a little easier.
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