Are you concerned about Donald Trump’s plans when it comes to climate and environment? So are we, and that’s why we’ve launched Trump Watch to keep tabs on the decisions and actions of the Trump administration as they affect climate, natural resources, environmental protection and conservation. If you care about our environment and our nation’s role in minimizing the threat of climate change, stay tuned to Trump Watch…
Entertaining, enlightening books make for great gifts, so pick up The Nature Fix, The Biological Mind, The Omega Principle or The Evolution of Beauty…
Skipping Rocks Lab, a London-based sustainability-focused start-up, hopes to wean the world off plastic bottles with its Ooho edible water pods.
If you’re dreaming of a green holiday season this year, you’ll have to take care to shop and decorate with the planet in mind.
How to Save Energy — And Stay Warm — This Winter Tightening Up Your Home's Shell and Taking Indoor Precautions Are Key To Efficient Heating
Don’t fret the freeze: follow our low- or no-cost tips to make the most of your heating system and stay warm while saving energy this winter…
Food-Borne Illness & Climate Change: What’s The Connection? Warming-Exaggerated Flooding, Drought Bad For Crops, Livestock
Warming-exaggerated flooding, drought and other weather extremes can lead to contamination of crops and livestock that in turn could make us sick.
Although the winter season is usually the dormant grass season, there are still plenty of things to do to care for your lawn.
Getting Off Opioids and Other Drugs With Nature’s Remedies Plant-Based Treatments All The Rage When It Comes To Addiction Recovery & Detoxification
All-natural plant-based treatments are all the rage when it comes to kicking addictions to everything from alcohol to opioids.
The Risks of Eating: Steering Clear of Foodborne Illness 100+ Years Beyond Upton Sinclair's The Jungle And Still Worried About What We Are Eating
It’s been 100+ years since the publication of Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle yet we are still worried about foodborne illness.
Is skiing dead due to global warming? It depends on whether we can get our carbon emissions in check by the middle of this century….
The Mental Health Benefits of Spending a Day in the Woods In Shakespeare's Words: "One Touch of Nature Makes the Whole World Kin"
While many conventional therapies effectually treat most mental health afflictions, spending even one day in nature can be of great benefit as well.