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.
Access Land and other groups want the government to make campground availability data freely available to help more Americans access public land.
Monarch Butterfly Flutters on the Edge of Extinction Environmentalists' Lawsuit Forces Fed To Decide on Endangered Listing by 2019
Environmentalists won a lawsuit forcing the federal government to decide by 2019 whether or not to list the once abundant Monarch butterfly as endangered.
The nations of the world were able to come together to phase out ozone-depleting chlorofluorocarbons, so why can’t we do the same to fight global warming?
What’s Old Is New As Sustainable Ranching Comes of Age Modern Ranchers Embrace Pasture Rotation, Range Composting and Long-Term Stewardship
Sustainable ranching involves techniques like pasture rotation, range composting and other ways to reuse nature’s resources for the health of the land.
Seasteading Concept Gets “Off the Ground” New Visions of Off Shore Communities Not Your Grandfather's Homestead
A new breed of homesteaders are looking to the sea (“seasteading”) to create new communities focusing on human and environmental health.
Greener Gear: A new set of sustainability guidelines from leading outdoor gear retailer REI will force upwards of 1,000 brands to go greener.
Do animals like music? Maybe, maybe not, depending on how much it is tailored to the particular species of animal in question.
Record Heat Waves The New Normal Under Grip of Global Warming Who Could Still Deny Climate Change Anymore?
Are record heat waves across the United States, Europe and elsewhere the new normal in a world under the vice grip of global warming?
Some companies have begun to leverage corporate resources to help their people cut carbon footprints—both at home and at work—in various ways.