Environment in the Balance The 2012 Election Is a Critical One for Keeping Environmental Protections in Place
The 2012 Election Is a Critical One for Keeping Environmental Protections in Place
Roddy Scheer reports how the 2012 election and the economy will determine the fate of our national parks…
According to Tea Party activists, smart growth and urban planning are part of a covert plot to undermine America
A review of Stand Up That Mountain: The Battle to Save One Small Community in the Wilderness Along the Appalachian Trail by Jay Erskine Leutze
Bacteria Levels Rise at Local Beaches and the Government Cuts Funds for Water Testing
There are some simple steps that can help each of us reduce our personal impact, such as avoiding products that come in disposable packaging.
Why Forage Fish Need to Stay in the Water
A Stalwart of Climate Change Denial Self Destructs. Is that a Good Thing?
Redwood Wars: Not All Forest Certifications Are Created Equal
Sitting Pretty The Edmond Outdoor Chair ($899) from Thrive Home Furnishings is part of a stylish midcentury modern collection that relies on equal parts eco-friendly manufacturing and comfort. Made of an element-resisting stainless steel frame and Sunbrella fabric in cheery green, the chairs (like all the company’s furniture) are made in L.A. Thrive also offers […]
Palestine Hopes to Make Its Mark as the Home of World-Class, Organic Olive Oil
Losing frogs: Between 30% and 40% of Amphibian Species Are Declining
California is moving on a measure to label genetically engineered foods, including most of the cereal, soy, granola, beets, canola & corn we eat today.
The benefits of raising backyard chickens include truly fresh eggs (which have a rich red-orange yolk and more flavor) and the delights of raising a flock.
Is Arctic Ice Loss Fishermens’ New Best Friend? Global Warming has Opened New Areas of the Arctic to Commercial Fishing…
The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum Shows Off Its Solar-Powered Trolley System….
How Green Is That … Baseball Stadium?
Growing Hope: Actress and Food Advocate Emma Bell
A review of The Resilience Imperative: Cooperative Transitions to a Steady-State Economy by Michael Lewis and Pat Conaty
From Hand-Woven Picnic Baskets, to Surf-Ready Bikinis, to a Recycled Cooler
E’s Top Picks for Summer Essentials
Is Apple greenwashing? Customers wonder whether the company they love so much might not be as responsible as possible regarding the environment…
A blind taste test reveals which non-dairy frozen delights can stand up to ice cream…
Bee Keepers: A Simple Bee House Can Help Essential Species Thrive
Downplaying the D Vitamin D may be necessary for good health, but not in the mega doses some "experts" claim is recommended
Vitamin D may be necessary for good health, but not in the mega doses some “experts’ claim is recommended…
Off-the-beaten-path Laos may just be the best eco-travel destination you’ve never thought about visiting.