Articles By: Jenna Jenna

Power Lunch With Yoga Activism Group ‘Off the Mat into the World’

Power Lunch With Yoga Activism Group ‘Off the Mat into the World’

What better place to find yourself than at the top of the Sierras? I thought this to myself as I moved through another vinyasa at this year's Squaw Valley Wanderlust Festival. But yoga isn't just about bliss–it's also about the

Exclusive Interview with Green Icon Hunter Lovins

Exclusive Interview with Green Icon Hunter Lovins

If you saw her walking down the street, you might mistake her for an oil tycoon. Always adorned in a broad-shouldered black suit, cowboy boots and hat, with a swagger and twang when she tips her hat at you and

Making the Harmony Festival Tick

Making the Harmony Festival Tick

This past weekend, from June 11 — 13, the 32nd annual Harmony Festival in Sonoma, Calif., was crawling with 35,000 people looking for everything ranging from inspirational speakers, sustainable vendors, an eclectic array of music and of course, harmony. I

America’s Apathy for Climate Change

America’s Apathy for Climate Change

My generation (or maybe just people in general these days) seems to be highly susceptible to apathy. A recent Gallup poll revealed that Americans' concern for the environment is at a 20-year low. Of the eight environmental problems Gallup listed

Why We Need a Smarter Grid

Why We Need a Smarter Grid

It’s no secret: hybrid cars are sexy. They save on gas, they reduce carbon emissions and Justin Timberlake drives one. They have arguably been thought of as the most accessible vehicle, so to speak, to reduce greenhouse gases without infringing