By adding a little seaweed to cattle feed, we could reduce methane emissions — a major contributor to global warming — by as much as 80% worldwide.
“Flying shame” (or “Flygskam” in Swedish) describes guilting people out of taking airplane trips given the massive carbon footprint of air travel.
Telehealth is instrumental in treating people in remote areas or with debilitating illnesses or handicaps, but it’s also better for the environment.
Today there are expectations for corporate responsibility in travel. Hotels and resorts must be truly eco-friendly, not just market themselves that way.
One-For-One For The Planet Charitable business model helps consumers feel good, but is it effective?
Dozens of businesses run “one-for-one” programs to help poverty-stricken communities in developing countries access renewable energy & clean water.
Can we apply the lessons learned in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy to rebuilding Houston and other storm-ravaged coastal cities?
Eco-Friendly Diet: You don’t need to relinquish your favorite meals to eat green — make informed decisions about what you buy.
Healthy Pregnancy: If there’s ever a time to make healthy decisions for your lifestyle and your body, it’s during pregnancy.
Climate Action Summit: “Bring Concrete Plans, Not Beautiful Speeches” UN Secretary General António Guterres urges negotiators to step up 2015 carbon reduction commitments
UN Secretary General António Guterres wants world leaders to bring concrete plans not beautiful speeches to the September 2019 Global Climate Action Summit.
Most kids learn that you should recycle plastic water bottles and paper — and that’s often the extent of their recycling education…
Getting greener sources of energy into your home is easier than ever thanks to new programs from utilities & other ways to DIY greener energy consumption.
Amazon Fires: How Can We Stop Them? Stopping Current Fires May Be Impossible, But Preventing Future Burns The Key
The Amazon rainforest of South America is burning at an unprecedented rate. What can we do to stop these forest fires from spreading?
You’ve probably heard of virtual reality (VR) talked about as fun and immersive, but you may not have considered how it could help the environment.
If you want to get ahead in business these days, it’s not enough to have a great product and a desire to make it big. It’s also essential to demonstrate corporate social responsibility. Covering issues from employee well-being and fair trade to community outreach and ethics, corporate social responsibility is all about how the business […]
Choosing flooring for a space doesn’t always have to steer you in the direction of harsh chemicals and synthetic materials.
Greener School Buses = Better Student Health, Test Scores Retrofitting or Replacing Big Old Yellow Buses Could Pay Dividends for Society
Greener school buses: Replacing or retrofitting old school buses can reduce pollution and improve students’ health & academic performance.
Ground cover is low maintenance, clears the air, smothers weeds, keeps the ground cool, curtails erosion & enhances the beauty of surrounding landscapes.
SF Green Film Fest Runs Through September 29 Anthropocene: The Human Epoch and The Green Lie Are Big Pleasers
The 9th edition of the San Francisco Green Film Festival takes place September 24-29, 2019 at the several theaters around the City by the Bay.
Could Sprinkling Dust In The Stratosphere Curb Global Warming? Harvard scientists with funding from Bill Gates think so
Harvard scientists with funding from Bill Gates think that releasing dust into the stratosphere could counter global warming.
Summer isn’t over yet so get these hot products while you still can.
Given that we spend such a large portion of our time at work, even small steps taken in the office can add up to significant savings for the environment.
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.