"The Water Knife" author turns drought into drama in his newest book, and teaches us all a thing or two about ourselves.
Elizabeth Hausler Strand founded Build Change, a nonprofit, to bring in the (literal) reinforcements when natural disasters strike.
The Seattle artist chats about what's really so appealing about shipping containers, and why we need more women in art.
The climate psychologist and author of "Is Shame Necessary?" explains why need more shame (and less guilt) if we're going to fix the climate.
Sean Sherman wants to bring Native American cuisine back to its roots.
DeVona Lahrman is leading a crusade to get kids more safe places to play outside in the heart of the city's industrial district.
James D'Angelo wants to launch a global, government-free cap-and-trade system using bitcoin.
What is the bigger challenge: Going from farmworker to farmer, or immigrant to citizen?
Sarah Fritschner is leading a farm-to-cafeteria movement in Kentucky.