Where to Find Wholesale Bulk Food Suppliers in USA

According to Statista, the market value of food was recorded at $6.2 trillion in 2019, and it reached $8 trillion in 2020. This value is certainly expected to increase in the coming years. These statistics indicate that a wholesale food…

Legalizing marijuana lowers the rate of drug-related car accidents, study says

BY: MIROSLAV TOMOSKI A recent study out of Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health — published in the American Journal of Public Health — shows that states that have legalized medical-marijuana reduced the number of drug-related car accidents. The study was conducted…

Meet the nuns who are healing the world with marijuana

BY: CAROLINE ROLF Sister Abbey lives just outside Merced, California. Sister Kate lives close by with Sister Darcy and her youngest son. They posses the discipline, dedication and empathy required to live a life of a nun, although they aren’t…

This travel company wants to pay you $9,000 to explore Europe this summer

BY: JESSICA BEUKER  Summer vacation is right around the corner, which means that feet start to get itchy as students are released from the shackles of academia and everyone else starts to think about taking time off from their jobs…

This peaceful ecolodge tucked into a remote Vietnamese mountainside is the definition of paradise

All photos from Topas Ecolodge Tucked peacefully away into the remote, mountainous region of Sapa, Vietnam, sits a stunning, extraordinary oasis. Surrounded by mountains and otherworldly scenery, the area offers some of the most spectacular views in the world. The…

Scotland will become the first UK country to ban the manufacture and sale of plastic cotton swabs

BY: JESSICA BEUKER  In an environmentally-friendly move by Scotland’s Government, the country is looking to ban, both the manufacture and sale of, plastic-stemmed cotton swabs. The move would make them the first country in the U.K. to do so. The…

For Canadians, free health care doesn’t come without a price

BY: NADIA ZAIDI  One of the most important relationships is the one you have with your doctor. It could very much save your life. But when waiting rooms are swelling with sick people, doctors sometimes speed through check-ups, and can…

It’s a Nice Day for a Green Wedding – Environmental Matrimony

Getting married is a special time for anyone, and making the day unique to you and your partner is important. That’s not to say that you won’t spend a lot of money on matrimony. It’s estimated that the average wedding…

Cats are proven to naturally alleviate anxiety and depression

BY AILEEN ZANGOUEI Cats are simultaneously our cuddliest, furry friends and the world’s biggest assholes. But when they’re not waking us up at 4 a.m. by plunking their entire bodies on our face, or knocking anything and everything that’s glass…

Our elderly need a pot fix, but not from our government

BY: NADIA HARRIS  Marijuana is a holistic form of medicine that has had a tumultuous history in our modern society. It has been unjustifiably mislabelled as the herbal equivalent of a shit disturber, particularly in the minds of our baby…

3 (really frickin’ easy) ways that you can save the great lakes from extinction

BY: NADIA ZAIDI   The Great Lakes are an endangered resource. Growing up, I was one of those kids who thought the environment wasn’t my problem. Who cares if I won’t be around to witness the season’s shift? But I eventually…

The world’s most remote island is now home to one of the largest protected marine reserves

BY: PHILIPPE DE JOCAS Hundreds of years ago, Dutch explorers from distant shores drew close to a mysterious island – one that would change the way we look at archeology forever. It wasn’t quite the kind of mysterious island that…

White(ish) privilege: How eugenics and the caste system still perpetuate racism in Latin America

BY: ADAM THRUSH With international media outlets constantly fixated on the public devolution of race relations in the United States it would be easy to think that the problems of racism and white privilege are inherently American. However, south of…

Trump Forest makes environmentalism great again

The year is 2093. A hover-bus full of students disembark from their futuristic transport and look around at the sylvan glen around them – a green oasis so different from the hustle and bustle of regular future life. Deer frolic…

What hiking to Abbot Pass Hut taught me about perseverance

BY BROOKLYN PINHEIRO We were about half way up the scramble of the gully when hail started to bounce off our helmets. We stayed close to the side of a towering bolder while people added layers and adjusted their buffs.…

The problems with radical feminism in the 21st century

BY: SYDNEY KEEFE  CO-AUTHORED BY: JESSICA BEUKER  Ahh Feminism; a word so powerful that the second it leaves a person’s lips it’s already commenced a fiery debate. The feminist movement dates back to the 19th century, yet still plays a…

This U.S. city is looking to brew its first 100% locally sourced beer

With unseasonably warm autumn temperatures casting a balmy breeze over green suburbs, it’s as though nature herself decided to give us a few extra weeks of summer. And with this perpetual summer – extra baseball games, shorts season projected to…

Health benefits that show how spending time outdoors is vital to our happiness

BY: NADIA ZAIDI  Shelter may be one of our basic needs, but it doesn’t hurt to get out a little. Actually, it’s kind of necessary. Exposure to the sun calibrates your body’s circadian clock. This basically regulates everything from appetite…

Welcome to Valhalla: The eco-friendly movement devoted entirely to freedom culture

BY: ERIK HUSTON  Far away from the mischief and mania of parallel/reality TV, soap opera politics and the old cliche of runaway consumerism, there is a new world emerging of literal lavender and horticulture seeping its way across borders. In…

Feeling stressed-out and craving an Italian getaway? Sign up for a ‘F**K It’ Retreat

Ah, the gorgeous offerings of Italia; the taste of luscious wine, the beautiful landscapes’ rolling hills, quaint little cobblestone villages, spaghetti for days, and a ‘Fuck It Retreat’ where you can learn to say ‘Fuck It’ and as the cool kids…