As Emissions Continue to Rise, the World’s Oceans Are Becoming Corrosive, Threatening Shellfish, Corals and the Entire Ocean Food Web
Shrimp Farming in Thailand and Elsewhere Has Led to Wholesale Destruction of the World’s Mangrove Forests
Ocean Acidification Is a Product of Our Emissions, but There’s Little Will to Change Our Ways: An Interview With Rob Jackson, Ph.D., Global Environmental Change, Duke University
A review of The Autism Puzzle: Connecting the Dots Between Environmental Toxins and Rising Autism Rates by Brita Belli
A review of Sacred Acts: How Churches are Working to Protect Earth’s Climate by Mallory McDuff
Stylish Totes, Picnic Picks and Better Bottles
Sharing Green Patents on the Eco-Patent Commons New platform makes pro-environment patents available for anyone to use
Sharing Green Patents: Opening Up Technology Patents Is a Win for the Environment
The Road Less Traveled: Riding the Abandoned Pennsylvania Turnpike
Virginia’s Middle Peninsula is a Microcosm of Climate Change Impacts & Skepticism & Bad Science Influences Property Rights Policy…
A Brewery with a Conscience: Mother Earth Brewing Crafts Beer with an Environmental Ethos — the solar panels on the roof are just a tip off…
Making Solar Affordable: Solar Leasing Is Taking Off—But Does It Make Financial Sense?
Thrill of the Grill: A Healthier Way to Enjoy Your Summertime Barbeque
Lester Brown’s Mission: The Founder of the Earth Policy Institute on the Climate Crisis — and Reasons for Hope
Despite a down economy, fashion designers who refuse to compromise on ethical issues have been one of the industry’s brightest lights in recent years.
Room-Brightening Baskets, Air Purifiers and Smarter Surge ProtectorsA Little Aloha By the front door, in the bathroom, in the kid’s room—a stylish, sturdy basket is one of a home’s most necessary de-cluttering items. These baskets ($24-$30) made by Hawaiian-based Etsy shop ManilaExtract from recycled burlap coffee bags and lined with a Plumeria floral print are […]
Eco-friendly paints made without volatile organic compounds—VOCs—are increasingly available and affordable…
Blowin’ in the Wind: Genetically Modified Seeds As Environmental Contaminant? Organic Farmers Seek an Answer to the Problem of GM Contamination
Blowin’ in the Wind: Organic Farmers Seek an Answer to the Problem of Contamination by Genetically Modified Seeds and Crops…
FarmPlate = Sustainable Food Central National Resource Lists 40,000 Local Sustainable Farms, Food, Markets and More
FarmPlate allows visitors to search over 40,000 listings in order to find everything from local farmers, to food/drink artisans, restaurants, & markets…
For parkour enthusiasts, the urban environment offers endless opportunities. Retaining walls for jumping, handrails for vaulting, roof-tops for leaping…
Good weather means lounging in the great outdoors. Here are a few chairs to support you with both style & sustainability…
Commuters in Bellingham, Washington, are now driving on the nation’s first Greenroads Foundation-certified roadway.
On greentowns.com, 15,000 communities of all sizes log their environmental initiatives in nine categories: building, energy, lifestyle, connections, water, land and conservation, food, transportation and recycling.
Hint: It’s All About the ExportsIn 2011, the U.S. exported more petroleum products than it imported for the first time in over six decades, according to the Petroleum Supply Monthly February report by the U.S Energy Information Administration (EIA). Petroleum products were ranked second in value, behind vehicles, of all U.S. exports during 2011 at […]
What goes into the air goes into the oceans and the great watery expanse that covers some 71% of the Earth’s surface is beginning to turn corrosive to sea life…
Reviews of More by I.C. Springman and The Little House by Virginia Lee Burton
Winning for the Water Water Polo Goalie Betsey Armstrong Committed to Water Polo and the Environment
U.S. Water Polo team goalie Betsey Armstrong is a committed environmentalist and uses her fame to speak up for environmental causes….