Hip Hop Permaculture

king thai getting his permaculture certification. shot out to steve, sizwe,tor,melanie, max, l.i.a.,the goddess and carver food park.

Global Warning – Earth Amplified ft. stic.man

Starring Seasunz and J. Bless from Earth Amplified, feat. Stic.Man from Dead Prez After world leaders met in Rio to talk about sustainable development and the global green economy, we want to make sure there is continued pressure to discuss what a real green economy...

Hip Hop is Going Green – Green For all

In case you haven't seen yet, this is the celebrity reel for Green For All. This video and the organization in particular, pluck a special string in our heart as we feel the collective gears begin to turn and the hearts and minds of the youth along with the streets of...

A Different Type of Education

A visit to Our School at Blair Grocery, which hopes to empower the youth of New Orleans through food and sustainability In the syrupy charm of New Orleans’s Garden District or the debauchery of the French Quarter, you might think the city has recovered from the trauma of Katrina, Streetcars are running, music is playing, and tourists have stumbled back with beads on. But in the poorest part of the city, which also happens to be the lowest part, it’s a different story. Nearly six years on, only 20 percent of pre-hurricane residents have returned to the Lower Ninth Ward. Citywide, the same percentage of residents had returned only four months after the storm. Christian Adams, 18, told me he has no idea what happened to most of his friends and former neighbors.