Climate change doesn’t just affect wildlife and its habitat; people, especially those already at a disadvantage socioeconomically, suffer as well, making global warming an environmental justice issue as well.
Monthly Archives: February 2018
Leaving bare dirt isn’t actually the best landscaping choice if you are concerned about wild fires harming your property…
The Global Climate Action Summit, coming up next September in San Francisco, is the brainchild of California’s 79-year-old outgoing governor Jerry Brown, one of the country’s great crusaders for cutting carbon emissions despite lack of federal interest in solving the climate crisis.
Craft Beer vs. Domestic: Which Is More Eco-Friendly? Raise a glass to Mother Nature with a local organic micro-brew
Chances are that local micro-brewery is serving up greener beer than what you can get off the store shelf. Nowadays organic, local beers reduce pesticide use and reduce our emissions, so drink up!
Minimalism — reducing clutter, buying and wasting less — is more popular than ever now thanks to Millennials aversion to the pack rat mentality of their Baby Boomer parents.
Fighting the Flu at Work On-site Flu Clinics, Frequent Sanitization and Other Measures Can Help Businesses Stay Up and Running Despite Winter Sickness
The flu doesn’t have to knock your business down if you take appropriate environmental precautions to prevent its spread around your workplace.
Regenerative Agriculture (RA) describes farming and grazing practices that help reverse climate change by rebuilding the organic matter in soil and restoring degraded soil biodiversity.
Sustainable Retail: No Longer An Oxymoron Consumer-facing businesses don't need to be the antithesis of green
Retail is often considered the antithesis of sustainability, but retailers can take steps to make sure they are minimizing their impact on the environment…
Renewable Energy Progress: Reasons to Hope Even on economics, solar and wind as competitive as any energy source
Contrary to what the current administration would have us believe, renewables are the most cost-effective, economically beneficial options for energy sourcing and infrastructure going forward.