"For artists, entrepreneurs, and any other driven creators, exercise is a powerful tool in the quest to help transform the persistent uncertainty, fear, and anxiety that accompanies the quest to create from a source of suffering into something less toxic, then potentially even into fuel."
One more way to soften your carbon footprint: Eat more healthfully. According to Eating Well magazine, leaving meat and cheese off the menu isn’t just good for your body; it’s good for the planet, too. The October issue includes a chart comparing the environmental impact of consuming various protein sources to the impact of driving an average car. And the fattier the food, the worse for Mother Earth."
"The hot recruiters on campus these days are the firms that promote values revolving around sustainability and the building of communities. These job opportunities are spurring green coursework, and many business school administrators say that "greener" curriculum changes are a necessity if graduates are preparing to search for jobs in a global economy where businesses are increasingly expected to solve the planet's problems."
"The following is a guest post written by Najeeba Syeed-Miller, J.D., Professor of Interreligious Education at Claremont School of Theology. She has extensive experience in mediating conflicts among communities of ethnic and religious diversity."