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Wallace J. Nichols
By Laine Bergeson Becco, FMCHC
Wallace J. Nichols wants everyone to know how closely the ocean’s health is tied to our own survival.
ted ning
By Laine Bergeson Becco, FMCHC
Living a healthy and sustainable life comes naturally to Ted Ning, which makes him well-suited to his job - promoting Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability to like-minded millions.
By Experience Life Staff
The director of LOHAS (Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability), Ted Ning has his finger on the pulse of consumer behavior. With the derailment of the economy over the past year, behaviors have changed, he told us at his cover shoot for the December issue, and people are becoming more conscious about how they spend their money.
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By Laine Bergeson Becco, FMCHC
How two kindred spirits launched a Web phenomenon and found a work-life balance that works for them.
jun 09 otc
By Jamie Martin
Alexandra Cousteau continues her legendary family’s work with an eye toward protecting and conserving our most endangered ecosystems.
man with arms open to sky
By Jon Spayde
Yearning to get out into nature, but burdened by your to-do list? Here are some hints for giving yourself some quality time outdoors.
By Experience Life Staff
Alexandra Cousteau comes from a legendary family of explorers, and like her grandfather and father, she, too, is dedicated to exploring, discovering and preserving the natural resources that sustain us all.
Pink cherry petals falling from trees.
By Pilar Gerasimo
Here how's to apply the principles of sustainability to our health, happiness, and collective well-being.
josh donlan
By Anjula Razdan
Ecologist Josh Donlan fuels his innovative conservation policies with a deep and abiding passion for all things outdoors.
By Experience Life Staff
Go behind the scenes with biodiversity conservationist and ecologist Josh Donlan at his cover shoot for our April issue and get his take on sustainability and living in tune with nature.
By Experience Life Staff
At the cover shoot for the October issue, environmental-justice advocate Majora Carter sits down to talk about the people that inspire her, how regulations and policies affect the development of communities, how a tree can be revolutionary, and how each of us plays a role in how our world evolves.
plastic water bottles
By Kaeti Hinck
Bottled water might be convenient, but the environmental impact of the petroleum-based plastic bottles it comes in may have you looking for alternatives.
sara snow
By Jamie Martin
Natural lifestyle expert Sara Snow shares her lifelong experience of healthy eating and simple living in hopes of empowering others to make more rewarding and sustainable choices.
veggies
By Courtney Helgoe
Feeling confused about what to eat? Unsure about which foods are safest, best for you, and best for the environment? Join the club — then join the ranks of a new group of informed eaters and good-food advocates who are bringing a variety of better, clearer, more satisfying choices into view — and within reach.
Five Elements Five Seasons
By Karen Olson
How getting in touch with wood, fire, earth, metal, and water can improve your health.
By Alyssa Ford
Toxic chemicals surround us - often in the places we'd least suspect. Want to protect your body, your home and your world from harmful pollutants? Start by knowing where to look.
By Greg Samza
When we begin to account for the true cost of our everyday purchases and choices, apparent bargains can become expensive indeed.
New View of Health
By Experience Life with reporting by Kelly Grace
Once perceived as the domain of medical experts tasked with keeping our symptoms at bay, the realm of personal healthcare has expanded. It now includes broader definitions, more integrated, preventive approaches — and, perhaps most important, us.
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By Laine Bergeson Becco, FMCHC
The world's oceans deserve more attention, says Philippe Cousteau Jr. So he's using his famous name and his gift for storytelling to raise the oceans' profile - and, he hopes, to ensure a better future for the planet.
By Karen Olson
Fresh air. Open sky. The beauty of the horizon. Most of us wish we could spend more time outside enjoying nature's gifts. Now, a growing body of research is giving us even more compelling reasons to heed those desires. Discover why time spent in nature is time wisely invested in personal well-being.
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By the Experience Life Team
Your health depends on a complex, connect-the-dots network of variables that make up your ecosystem and the systems that sustain it. Discover the keys to keeping both you and your planet healthy — by following nature's models, and honoring life's connections.
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