It’s hope-inspiring that a bipartisan bill introduced in the House could save our children and grandchildren from the growing climate disaster.
If you are putting together a business plan, why not incorporate sustainability from the get go so everyone knows you mean business about efficiency.
The World Is Greening, But Not For Us China, Pakistan, Australia, Brazil Among Nations Leading By Example
China, Australia, Pakistan, Brazil and other countries have undertaken massive reforestation campaigns, but the United States? Not so much.
In Frog Pond Philosophy: Essays on the Relationship Between Humans and Nature, Strachan Donnelley traces the connections between influential figures such as Aldo Leopold and Charles Darwin…
Most dogs love being free to run in the yard, but the same fertilizers that keep grass healthy may also be contributing to the uptick in canine cancers.
Native plants, drip irrigation, composting and all-natural pest deterrents: these are the pillars of an eco-friendly garden.
As women around the world tirelessly work to create a better planet, it’s crucial to encourage them in. these efforts to open up greater hope for the earth.
EV Swap: Convert Your Old Junker Into An Electric Car? Classic VWs, Porsches Make For Best "DIY Teslas"
There’s never been a better time to convert an old car into an emissions-free electric vehicle (EV), but some models are better suited than others.
Optimism In the Face of Crisis: There Is No Planet B Mike Berners-Lee's new book plots a practical path forward despite the challenges
In There Is No Planet B, Mike Berners-Lee offers practical & inspiring ideas to help us thrive despite the mounting environmental threats to our existence.
Changing Policies To Support Corporate Social Responsibility Future profits might depend on present-day choices by your business
Corporations that craft thoughtful environmental policies supporting sustainable ideals are more likely to receive support from younger generations.
Low-Carbon Diet: The Easy Way To Fight Global Warming Reducing Red Meat, Exotic Fruits & Processed Foods Key To Reducing Carbon Footprint
Feeding ourselves causes a third of all CO2 emissions, so adopting a low-carbon diet is one way each and every one of us can fight global warming.
Toad Tunnels Help Amphibians Win At Real-Life “Frogger” It's life and death for frogs trying to cross the road
Biologists are adopting what they learned building wildlife crossings to building “toad tunnels” to help amphibians win at a real-life game of “Frogger”..
Is Cross Breeding Wildlife Species Really A Good Idea? Not everyone agrees that playing God is worth the risks
Is cross-breeding wildlife to make things like zorses and wolphins really such a good idea? What are the ramifications for the environment?
We’ve found a few eco-friendly DIY pesticides that will keep your garden bug free and allow you to continue to call your garden “organic.”
Organic food may be a trend, but it is in the same way that eating less meat and trying to be eco-friendly are trends. Who wouldn’t want to join in?
Is Air Pollution Making Us Dumber? Researchers Uncover Links Between Bad Air Quality And Lower IQ Scores
Repeated exposure to air pollution can lower teenagers IQ while causing adults to lose the equivalent of one or more years worth of education.
Greener Skies: How To Assuage Your Air Travel Guilt Have An Nice — And Environmentally Friendly — Flight
It’s true that air travel burns a lot of fossil fuels, so frequent fliers with a green conscience follow a few simple rules to minimize their impact…
Marine Biomass Dwindles In Face Of Environmental Threats Overfishing, Pollution, Global Warming Taking A Toll On Our Oceans
The oceans aren’t as crowded as they used to be now that we’ve depleted stocks of large marine predators through overfishing, pollution and climate change.
If you own or manage a business of any size, there are steps you can take to reduce emissions even if you’ve already started.
Taking simple measures to reduce the waste we produce literally could mean the difference between life and death for Mother Earth and her inhabitants.
In The Company of Trees New book from Andrea Sarubbi Fereshteh honors connection to the sacred power, beauty, and wisdom of trees
New Book “In the Company of Trees: Honoring Our Connection to the Sacred Power, Beauty, and Wisdom of Trees” by Andrea Sarubbi Fereshteh helps readers rediscover our connection to the world outside.
5 Winter Energy-Efficiency Tips for All of Us A few simple steps go a long way toward reducing our collective carbon footprint
Do your part for the environment this winter by saving energy where you can — and reducing emissions and your heating bills in the process…
While the concept of Zero Waste Shopping got off the ground in Europe, it’s finally catching on in North America thanks to a few entrepreneurs’ efforts…
Dear EarthTalk: Would extending Daylight Savings Time (DST) for the entire year be a good or bad thing for the environment?
In trying to keep our cities sustainable while promoting economic growth, there’s only so much city planners can do. The rest is up to each of us.
By fostering a concern for the environment and sustainable habits early, parents can raise children who will be more aware of environmental issues.
When you pour yourself a glass of water from the tap, you think it’s clean, but you may be drinking in traces of pharmaceuticals.
Eco-friendly travel in Australia is making significant positive contributions to the cultural, economic & environmental well-being of the country.
In the new book The Animal One Thousand Miles Long, Vermont native Leath Tonino celebrates the landscape of Vermont that he grew up loving.
What Is The Green New Deal Anyway? Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Wants A New House Select Committee To Make It Happen
Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says we need a Green New Deal to make the U.S. economy carbon neutral before it’s too late.