The Search for Autism’s Missing Piece Autism Research Slowly Turns Its Focus to Environmental Toxicity
The latest research looking at possible links between environmental toxins and autism is yielding surprising answers, but there is still much to learn…
Studying pesticides and higher-than-average autism rates in the Central California Valley.
Dr. Kenneth Bock of the Rhinebeck Health Center in New York talks to E about why his diet-centered autism treatments work.
Top environmental topics, from E-The Environmental Magazine’s 20-year archive…
In this, E’s 20th anniversary issue, we’re taking you back through our archives, to some of the hot-button topics we covered a decade or more ago: global warming, consumerism, overfishing, environmental racism, renewable energy, water pollution.
Rebounces, an Arkansas-based company founded by tennis enthusiast Bill Dirst, has developed a method to give used tennis balls a second bounce.
The Shower Manager, Thermosoft radiant floors and EcoSmart designer fireplaces.
The oceans" acid problem.
Gator saviors in China.
Produce for the poor.
The latest eco-friendly fabrics are made from wood pulp, seaweed and corn.
Nature Dance: The Tlatah Bocah Festival, an art festival in Magelang, Indonesia, is meant to harmonize nature and humanity. Child dancers wear natural materials like dry leaves, roots and banana stems in their performances as they dance to drive out ancient evils.
Unlocking concrete’s carbon-storing ability.
Thanks to the breathtaking pace of development, many items that appeared to be science fiction at the beginning of this decade have become prototypes or commercial products.
Exploring the green side of California from San Diego to San Francisco.
Six green apps for your iPhone.
The steep environmental costs of our disposable, discount ways.
Shipped & Delivered: Discussing shipping container homes with Logical Homes founder Peter DeMaria.
Sprouts offer an intense array of vitamins and minerals—and they’re easy to grow at home.
The barefoot shoe revolution is afoot.
Food grown in China bears the "USDA Organic" label. But how do we know it’s really safe?
Research in biofuels made from algae is finally taking off—and even the government’s getting involved.
Congress and the Obama administration are on a course to provide the nation’s nuclear industry an unprecedented financial package.
A rare Australian tropical species—the white possum—can teach us a lot about the dangers of global warming.
The Vancouver Winter Olympics are searching for sustainability, despite the necessary environmental impacts.