What I Own Is Not Ultimately Mine

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Corynne Staresinic

Simple Summer Cleaning Tips

CRS Staff

Have you ever gotten to the end of the weekend and realized all you did was clean your house? I don’t know about you but I do not want to spend my summer cleaning. I want to hang out with...


5 Eco Friendly Recipes for a Sumptuous Summer Soirée

Simone Blanchard

Ice-cold and good for the earth Serve up some awesome fair trade organic iced coffee from Equal Exchange. Beans are farmed organically and sourced directly from farmer cooperatives across the globe. Check out this supersized iced coffee recipe for a...


Climate Change: Home Inspection

Anna Ruiz

Climate change is happening now. While the poor and vulnerable feel it’s impact the most, wealthier nations are the biggest contributors to the problem. It’s essential that we examine how our daily choices are connected to climate change. Here are...


Responding to Climate Change in Ghana

Anna Ruiz

For many farming communities across the globe, life is precarious at best. Climate change has brought increasing temperatures, declining and variable rainfall totals, rising sea levels and more extreme weather patterns.The Awaradoni village in the Upper East Region of Ghana...