We delve into stories that inspire us—from the details behind our candles, to the facets of scents, and the people that inspire us.
Creative Destruction: How Volcanoes Gave Us Food, Water, and Even the Air We Breathe Read
In this month’s Ignite story we uncover the bright side of Earth’s volcanoes.Read
The World’s Largest Pharmacy: How the Rainforest Gave Rise to Modern Medicine Read
This August, in honor of Isle of Jasmine, we’re exploring “the world’s largest pharmacy”: the world's rainforests.Read
Ocean of Mystery: We Don’t Know Much About the Deep Sea, and That’s a Big Opportunity Read
This Junes, in honor of Waves, we’re diving to the deepest depths of the sea to explore the surprising — and sometimes upsetting — secrets it contains.Read
Open Up the Garden Gates: How the History of Urban Agriculture Can Help Us Bridge the Rural/Urban Divide Read
This March, in honor of Green Market, we’re exploring the long history of urban agriculture as a tool for building healthy communities and environments.Read
We Are Family: The Promise and Peril of Taxonomy
This month we look the man who gives the magnolia tree its name, Pierre Magnol, and the rewards — and risks — of scientific classification.
The Ignite Series 2020: New Year, New Ignite, New Subscriber Art
We delve into the Ignite Series 2020 inspiration; a look at the ways we are connected to the world around us through our work at Keap.Read
Part to Whole: The Holistic Philosophies That Encourage Us to See the Universe in a Unifying Light
This month we meditate on holism, a broad philosophy that views the cosmos as a system of interconnected and interacting parts.
Festive Figures: The Spiritual Significance of Evergreens from Christmas to the National Park System
We examine how evergreen trees have shaped the Yuletide season — and the formation of the U.S. National Park System.Read