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…
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.