Earth Day Network is organizing a week-long online celebration of Earth Day 50 this year (April 20-25, 2020) including live talks & other daily shows.
It’s not surprising that some of us don’t think climate change is worth worrying about given that ~2 percent of Americans stil think the Earth is flat.
If you’re interested in installing or replacing your HVAC system for your home, look for the most energy-efficient model in your budget.
Two new books from Albert Bates help us learn how to tame plastic waste and transform it into useable products that minimize our waste stream.
Running a blockchain has the potential to require a significant amount of electricity, particularly when mining cryptocurrencies.
Staying home is the best defense against the virus, so why not make your lawn and yard beautiful while you’re at it.
Corn is so ubiquitous in our food system that an estimated 70 percent of the atoms in the body of the average American originally came from it.
Legal cannabis cultivation operations consumer some 1.1 million megawatt hours of electricity annually across the United States.
We imagine that we can actually adapt to a climate that will no longer be a single climate but a succession of ever-worsening climates. We can’t.
Plants for Purification: Boosting Your Indoor Air Quality Indoor Air Quality Is A Serious Problem, But Nature Provides A Simple Answer
Eliminating indoor air pollution can be as simple as dotting your house or office with potted plants, according to research from the space program.
Environmentally friendly toys that will serve your kid’s needs while being innocuous to the environment. Don’t your kids deserve to play safer?
Streamlining data centers may be the low hanging fruit when it comes to finding ways to reduce the electricity consumption of our Internet usage.
Several homeowners are now keen on going green and saving energy for their homes, and what better way to do this than to shift to solar energy use.
Barbara Mendelsohn’s poem Litterny reminds us we all play a role in keeping litter in check throughout society.
The Deadly Gift of the Carboniferous Period How an Accident of History Made Modern Life Possible – and May Destroy It
An accident of history—the uninterrupted buildup of carbon in our trees—made modern life possible, but now it may destroy it…
Though asphalt shingles are one of the cheapest and most popular roofing materials available, they’re also terrible for the environment.
In the Arctic, a great change is taking place. Permafrost, which covers around 25 percent of exposed land in the Northern Hemisphere, is melting.
When businesses incorporate daylighting into their building design plans, they can dramatically cut energy usage, reduce waste and save money.
Sustainability is finally something that building contractors and companies around the world are beginning to embrace.
Lots of recent innovation in waste management promises to improve efficiency and leave behind less of a negative footprint.
The Galapagos Islands are not the only unique ecosystem to visit. Keep reading for ecotourism destinations: 5 cool places to visit with unique ecosystems.
With climate change once again in the spotlight, it’s important to look beyond just solar & wind to the largely underutilized geothermal energy.
The reduction in pollution emissions thanks to the Coronavirus keeping everyone home is actually a boon for the environment…
Fully 80% of all manmade CO2 emissions ever produced have been generated since 1960, and half of all emissions have been generated just since 1990.
Books we are reading including The Rule of Five, Rooted and Rising and Sea Change.
Can insects be coronavirus carriers that transmit the pathogen to humans? The jury is still out so people are advised to keep their homes clean and free of pests.
Reading Time: A Climate Policy Revolution What the Science of Complexity Reveals about Saving Our Planet
The sheer complexity of climate change stops most solutions in their tracks. How do we give up fossil fuels when energy is connected to everything, from great-power contests to the value of your pension? Global economic growth depends on consumption, but that also produces the garbage now choking the oceans. To give up cars, coal, […]
Find out how minimalist living and decluttering can reduce your carbon footprint and make you happier and healthier in the process.
Air Quality at Home: 10 Ways to Purify Your Indoor Environment Naturally Indoor Plants, Essential Oils, Filters & Natural Cleaners Key To Breathing Easier
Air quality at home isn’t something we should take for granted, so use these tips to purify your indoor environment for yourself and for your family.
Climate change is already having a big impact on the Everglades and the rest of South Florida, but scientists and residents fear we ain’t seen nothing yet….