Looking back one, two and five years ago today (give or take) on Worldchanging:
The Hanging Gardens Of The Future
Peter Madden of Green Futures reports that by 2020 two-thirds of the world will live in cities, often sprawling megalopolises, and there is a strong possibility that – two and a half centuries after the start of the industrial revolution – we will all become farmers again. And this time we'll farm in the city...
Jer's Environmental Facts Label Gains Buzz
To help us realize the full impact that our purchases have, Worldchanging contributing editor Jer Faludi has been working on the idea of an “Environmental Facts” label that lists the production impacts and all ingredients of products we buy...
SEED -- Supporting Entrepreneurs for Environment and Development
The Seed Awards aims identify projects that, in their words, "find the most promising new locally-driven, entrepreneurial partnerships for sustainable development." These five groups of folks were announced as winners in 2005 and seem to be doing just that. Check out these worldchangers...