It's been 20 years since James Howard Kunstler called the American built environment "The Geography of Nowhere"—development based increasingly and broadly on...

Access to basic sanitation is key to a truly regenerative future. (If you don’t agree with that statement yet, check out our article...

Ruth Reichl, former editor-in-chief of Gourmet and award-winning author, recently told the New York Times, “We should all be eating insects, and we all will be eating insects. They are a perfectly reasonable source of protein...

Get inspired to make change! In October 2013, Omega hosted a number of leaders and visionaries in the field of sustainability for the annual ...

During Omega’s six-week Ecological Literacy Immersion (ELIP) program, Barton Kirk and Pete A. Muñoz led a permaculture project to build a rain garden—and built community along the way. Although it took 30 people a day and a half to build this...

The fastest way to achieve personal transformation is to change who it is we aspire to be when we grow up. Natural science author and innovation consultant Janine Benyus asks, "What if we aspire to be like nature when we grow up?" That, she...

Environmental lawyer and Omega board secretary and treasurer, Renee Martin-Nagle, has found her home in a wide variety of places, from Baltimore to Cambria County,...

Environmental lawyer and Omega board secretary and treasurer, Renee Martin-Nagle, has found her home in a wide variety of places, from Baltimore to Cambria County,...

Jeremy Rifkin, founder and president of the Foundation on Economic Trends, is one of the world’s leading authorities on economic sustainability. In this thought-...

We have certain inalienable rights, such as the right to vote and the freedom to spend our money the way we choose. These actions are done according to one’s ideas of truth and spiritual integrity. I profoundly believe these choices show how...