In many communities across America, the idea of water as a fundamental right is laughable.
Trump Second Term = Bad News For Environment, Climate NEPA Rollback & Compounded Climate Woes Just The Tip Of The iceberg
Environmentalists are bracing for what a second Trump term could bring, such as a proposed rollback of the NEPA protections established in 1970.
Could the added efficiency of perovskite solar cells make solar power usable for more people around the world, even in less-than-sunny locales?
In the early 1960s, the average person consumed just under 20 pounds of fish per year. Today, that number has risen to over 40 pounds per year.
Green walls can act as a passive system reducing energy demand and greenhouse gas emissions.
Most people don’t realize that although changes in the government do need to take place, most of the power to actually solve our problems lies with us.
Exploring Latino/a farmers’ transition from workers to owners
Which Eco-Labels Are Trustworthy? ENERGY STAR, Certified Organic, LEED, FSC-Certified, Salmon-Safe, Fair Trade, GreenSeal, WaterSense & Rainforest Alliance Among Winners
Which eco-labels are trustworthy? With countless products now available labelled as “eco-friendly” it’s hard to know which are actually good for the planet.
Though approximately 30% of the world’s land area is still covered by forest, much of it will disappear if the current rates of deforestation continue.
Bikes require a relatively small amount of resources and energy to manufacture, and are one of the most efficient forms of transportation in existence.
Those who incorporate bamboo flooring into their home will reap many benefits, all while promoting eco-friendly lifestyles.
Walmart, Ikea and Mattel are among hundreds of big companies taking substantive action to reduce the amount of plastic in the products they make or sell.