Gloria Steinem is a fierce embodiment of the ideals of the 60s and 70s, but is she a nice person? Our author learns the truth.
We can’t see or touch electricity, so it’s hard to know how much we’re using or where we’re wasting. Here are the three best energy monitors, which will change all that.
Jennifer Clement’s fiction often focuses on human rights, and now the acclaimed novelist is taking on the gritty real-life work of protecting freedom of expression and promoting the writing of female authors around the world.
The sun can actually save you money. Lots of it. All hail solar power. What would you do with an extra $100 to $300 a month?
Can we find common ground with those on the other side? Should we even try? Two friends—a liberal and a conservative—do what seems to be impossible these days: Have a civilized conversation about politics, the environment, income inequality, and abortion. Oh, and Trump. Yeah, him.
When it comes to protecting the planet, you’re more powerful than you realize. Now more than ever you need to put your experience, wisdom and consumer clout to work.
They went 23 years without seeing each other, but whatever had separated Jeannie Ralston and her college roommate was nothing compared to the deep conviction of right and wrong they shared at this moment in history.
You might not have protested anything except your property taxes, but a pioneer in the Women’s Movement in the ’70s says that we have a real advantage in today’s effort–women just like you!
A woman was about to break the highest glass ceiling of them all. Two writers look at Clinton’s loss and the impact of something we’ve all tasted—sexism and ageism.