Tube-Free Toilet Paper: Is It Really Greener? Environmentalists Consider Tubeless TP At Least A Step In The Right Direction
Does the Scott brand’s “tube-free” toilet paper really save much paper or is it just another form of corporate greenwashing?
Greening Your Coffee Habit Your Morning Joe Might Be Causing Tropical Deforestation, Biodiversity Loss and More Climate Change
Our coffee habit takes a toll on the environment in terms of deforestation and biodiversity loss in the tropics as well as raising our carbon footprint.
Avoiding PFAS And Other Synthetic Chemicals In Our Food Keeping Yourself & Family Healthy By Eating Right
PFASs are synthetic chemicals of various formulations (PFCs, PFOA, PFOS and GenX, among others) that are used widely for moisture and stain resistance.
Plastic Waste: Are We Stuck With It Forever? Less Plastic Is A Realistic Goal, But Only If We Reduce What We Use and Recycle It Responsibly
Getting rid of plastic waste across the board is unrealistic, but learning how to use less plastic overall — and recycle the rest — may be our best hope.
Is Fall Foliage Compromised Due To Climate Change? Unpredictable weather, shifting habitat and insect outbreaks conspire against autumnal color riot
Thanks to global warming, we can expect shorter and less intense fall foliage displays in the United States moving forward.
Leaf blowers can be a noise and pollution nuisance, so 170 different U.S. cities and towns now have new rules on the books to regulate their use.
Electric Vehicles: Choices Abound These Days New models from Audi, Volkswagen, and Mini Give Tesla a run for its $35,000
New electric vehicles (EVs) from Audi, Volkswagen, Mini and others will give Tesla’s lower cost Model 3 a run for its $35,000.
Plastic in the Ocean: Too Late to Fix? Marine Boom Could Reduce Pacific Garbage Patch By Half Given Full Deployment
Dutch inventor Boyan Slat hopes his marine plastic collector will help solve the growing problem of too much plastic in the ocean.
Global warming AKA climate change is not going away unless we fight against it with all of our resources. The first step is measuring your carbon footprint.
Hygiene Hypothesis Says Mess Is Best Exposure to More Bacteria & Viruses Seems To Be Trick to Staying Healthy
According to the “Hygiene Hypothesis,” less exposure to bacteria & viruses during childhood could explain the rise in allergic diseases in recent decades.