Which U.S.-based colleges are the best choices for students looking to major in environmental studies?
Alaska’s Controversial Pebble Mine Now “On” Again Trump Overturns Obama-Era Kibosh That Preserved Rich Bristol Bay Fishery
If the Pebble Mine project is allowed to proceed after all, the nearby Bristol Bay fishery — one of the richest in the world — may never recover.
There’s lots of ways to keep cool in a heat wave that don’t involve running your air conditioner round the clock or at all.
Many of us are turning to natural remedies to cure our ails and reduce our environmental impact while preventing antibiotic resistance.
Desalination Alternatives: High Tech Solutions to the Freshwater Crisis Researchers Look Beyond Reverse Osmosis And Distillation
New alternative methods promise to make desalination — the separation of salt from ocean water — cleaner and more efficient.
Instead of feeling frustrated that you’re the only person at work that recycles or bikes to work, take a leadership position & start a green initiative.
Cellular Towers in Wilderness Areas: Really? Nature Lovers Decry Infiltration of Connectivity in National Parks and Other Wildlands
Nature lovers decry the infiltration of cell towers and other forms of wireless “connectivity” in our national parks and other wilderness areas.
How to Navigate Your 20s and Stay Green Millennials May Be The Greenest Generation Ever — If They Put Their Minds To It
It is never too early to start changing your habits to be more in alignment with what is best for both your health and the health of the planet.
Fighting Air Traffic Noise Pollution While Engineers Create Quieter Planes, Environmentalists Slay Noise Pollution
Some airlines are working to reduce noise pollution from their planes, while environmentalists would like them to limit their flying altogether.
Glamping Takes The Suffering Out of Camping Creature comforts abound at ROAM Beyond, Under Canvas, Collective Retreats and AutoCamp
Spending the night outdoors doesn’t mean giving up your creature comforts if you choose glamping instead of regular old camping.
A garden doesn’t need a lot of flowers or vegetables. One kind of garden doesn’t require a lot of anything. We’re talking about a Zen garden.
From traveling to the center itself to the need for lighting, food and hotel stays while there, conferences use lots of energy and resources.
Millions of us anxiously await our summer vacations, but does getting out of dodge for some rest & relaxation have to mean forcing Earth to pay a toll?
Is your business ready to handle a climate-related disaster? There are a few steps you can take to make sure your business can roll with the changes.
Bioluminescence — otherwise known as “nature’s light” — is heat-free and great for medical, military and myriad other pollution-free applications.
Companies that wish to succeed in today’s competitive marketplace must prioritize practicing corporate social responsibility to help protect our planet…
Entertainment venues use a lot of energy to keep crowds happy & safe, but they don’t have to have huge carbon footprints as well.
Only by analyzing regional climate models (RCMs) can we assess the influence of fixed geographic conditions on climate impacts for a particular region.
Should we really be so worried about climate change? All signs point to a definitive yes indeed we should be worried and we should act now to prevent it.
Technology isn’t just making our lives easier, it’s also making them greener thanks to efficiency increases & our ability to get various tasks done quicker.
American Companies Picking Up U.S. Climate Slack Can we meet Paris climate commitments without help from Trump administration?
American companies are banding together to take action on fighting climate change despite no help from the Trump administration.
Here are a few eco-conscious summer lifestyle tips to help you and your family manage those risks and still enjoy those lazy summer days.
Could our newfound ability to turn atmospheric carbon dioxide to useable fuel at reasonable cost be a key component in solving the climate crisis?
Those looking to eat better for the planet should focus on a diet lower in animal products given the high ecological cost of meat production.
All-Natural Acne Treatments: Clearing Up Your Skin Chemical-Free Rid yourself of pimples With Tea Tree Oil, Witch Hazel, Milk of Magnesia
Tea Tree Oil, Witch Hazel and Milk of Magnesia are just a few of the all-natural home remedies you can use to make pimples go away and keep problem acne at bay.
Indoor farming (AKA vertical farming) might be the only way to feed growing numbers of humans as our population tops 9 billion by 2050.
Grow Your Own Fuel With A Backyard Bionic Leaf Artificial Photosynthesis Could Be Harnessed for Fuels & Fertilizers of the Future
The “bionic leaf” is a small man-made solar collector that takes sunlight and water and turns it into any of a variety of usable fuels or fertilizers.
Saving water not only helps out your bank account, it’s also environmentally friendly and lowers the demand on the water supply.
Corporations & manufacturers are now taking responsibility for their carbon emissions and seeking ways to alter their practices to become more sustainable.
It’s easier than ever to find eco-friendly greener cleaning supplies thanks to increased consumer demand for better air quality indoors and out.