When Monisha first met Anthony, she was terrified of dogs, which complicated their new relationship since he owned and loved dogs. Today, they’re married and dedicated to raising money to help shelter pets find their forever homes. See how the tiniest donations make the biggest difference for our most vulnerable friends — shelter animals.
If you desire to have a more self-sufficient and self-reliant life, farmer, scientist and author Hank Will wants you believe you can create a much better life for yourself than the PR pundits would have you believe when selling you their stuff.
You know you should lose weight and lower your blood pressure, but retooling your whole diet can feel so overwhelming. Health and wellness expert Kathy Freston instead wants you to start leaning toward a healthier lifestyle, one tweak at a time.
In his new book, “Last Chance: Preserving Life on Earth,” National Wildlife Fund president and CEO Larry Schweiger breaks down the science of global climate change and explains how dire the consequences could be if the problems aren’t fixed.
As a child, doctors urged Temple Grandin’s parents to institutionalize her. They refused, and today, she’s one of the most famous people with autism and is a scientist whose ideas change the way our livestock is treated. She shares her story.
Joel Sartore is a word-renowned photographer for National Geographic who believes all species of animals deserve a place on the earth. He describes his one-man mission to shoot portraits of nearly 6,000 animals, before it’s too late.
In his 60s, Dr. Peter Pritchard is still living his childhood dream. Time magazine calls him a “Hero for the Planet.” He’s been named Floridian of the year. And if turtles could vote, he’d be named the greatest man who ever lived.
They are two of the most under-appreciated groups around, birds of prey and the people who dedicate their lives to helping them. Find out what made one couple change careers to educate us on the plight of raptors.
He was one of the leaders of the technology boom in the ’90s, but these days he’s making a living out of giving money away and he’s passionate about making a difference.
We hear it all the time. Volunteers get paid in satisfaction and that’s something money can’t buy. Julia’s retirement isn’t what she imagined. It’s better. Long hours and hard work never felt so good.