From health care to education, music to law, police work to the environment, we have the latest developments on how people are working to move our society in the direction of greater mindfulness, awareness, and caring for each other.

"The issue of whether to measure well-being in a system that undermines ecological viability," says Jeremy Hunter, "is an exercise of rearranging the Titanic’s deck chairs."

In a new video, Gil Fronsdal of the Insight Meditation Center explains how he sees it.

Must it be beautiful? If we are to bring the energy of millions of people to the task of making sustainable architecture more commonplace, then yes, writes Bryan Welch.

Chade-Meng Tan, Google’s “Jolly Good Fellow,” hopes the benefits of meditation will someday be as widely accepted as those of exercise. He thinks that’s the key to world peace, and he has a way to get there.

Barry Boyce reports on how contemplation can not only improve grades and decision-making skills, but also transform our system of education.