Sprawl is defined as ‘the uncontrolled expansion of urban areas’ and in some places it has been the quiet monster that swallows land.
What do outdated federal housing mandates from the 1930s known as redlining have to do with environmental justice today?
Environmental, Social, and Governance Investing (“ESG”) can be an important risk-management and mitigation tool for long-term investors.
Tree seed shortages compounded by decades of drought and recent extreme wildfire seasons mean the future of our forests could be in jeopardy.
Kate Schecter of World Neighbors wonders why we aren’t using more organic fertilizers and pesticides given they are cheaper than synthetics.
Lithium, a central element in batteries nowadays, is key to powering every aspect of our life — but is it killing the earth?
Seaweed agriculture could be just the environmental savior we need if we are to stave off cataclysmic climate change.
Green mutual funds could be a benefit to investors and the planet — but is the concept too good to be true?
E Magazine founder Doug Moss has devoted his career to covering environmental topics, but nowadays is focusing on gun control.
Trains and planes of the future are likely to be much greener than the ones we can take today.