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Made using Google nGrams, the chart above tracks the frequency four ingredients (high fructose corn syrup, triclosan, bisphenol A, and phthalates) are mentioned in published books. These four ingredients have been associated with negative health effects (and FYI, they all … Continue reading
Many people are doing wonderful work to elevate our consciousness and help us lead lives more closely attuned with our social andenvironmental values. Anna Getty does it on so many fronts and in ways that celebrate the journey. She refers … Continue reading
It’s winter, which means outdoor activity isn’t high on our list of priorities. In fact, nothing sounds better than curling up on the sofa with a book and a mug of hot chocolate. Here are some books that we’ve been … Continue reading
Tonight on his PBS show, Bill Moyers asked whether the movement towards “radical transparency” that Daniel Goleman describes in his new book Ecological Intelligence is really happening. Goleman responded by pointing to a generational shift that shows younger people not … Continue reading
Daniel Goleman, the author of the best selling book Emotional Intelligence, has just published a fantastic new book called Ecological Intelligence: How Knowing the Hidden Impacts of What We Buy Changes Everything.