Greening Your Coffee Habit Your Morning Joe Might Be Causing Tropical Deforestation, Biodiversity Loss and More Climate Change
Our coffee habit takes a toll on the environment in terms of deforestation and biodiversity loss in the tropics as well as raising our carbon footprint.
Consciously trying to live with less — minimalism — is one of the best things you can do to live a greener and sustainable lifestyle.
Avoiding PFAS And Other Synthetic Chemicals In Our Food Keeping Yourself & Family Healthy By Eating Right
PFASs are synthetic chemicals of various formulations (PFCs, PFOA, PFOS and GenX, among others) that are used widely for moisture and stain resistance.
Why add compost to your lawn? It is an essential part of supporting your soil and a vital energy source for grass, especially given winter is coming.
Plastic Waste: Are We Stuck With It Forever? Less Plastic Is A Realistic Goal, But Only If We Reduce What We Use and Recycle It Responsibly
Getting rid of plastic waste across the board is unrealistic, but learning how to use less plastic overall — and recycle the rest — may be our best hope.
The fact that agriculture is dependent on fossil fuels is a big problem given we may run out of oil some day. Is renewable energy the answer?
Almost 2 billion people will be living in countries with a water shortage by 2025, but we can avoid this grim future if we change the way we use water.
Even though the temperatures are starting to cool down across most of the country, there is plenty of time to harvest vegetables this fall.
Going for green structural materials and finishes and energy-efficient appliances gets you well on your way to creating a truly eco-friendly home.
Is Fall Foliage Compromised Due To Climate Change? Unpredictable weather, shifting habitat and insect outbreaks conspire against autumnal color riot
Thanks to global warming, we can expect shorter and less intense fall foliage displays in the United States moving forward.
A rap video from Australian climate scientists is helping convey the rage many in the scientific community feel about being ignored about global warming.
As frightening as the IPCC’s predictions are, we’re not yet cooked. Congress can still protect us from climate change by passing a carbon tax now.
Leaf blowers can be a noise and pollution nuisance, so 170 different U.S. cities and towns now have new rules on the books to regulate their use.
Vegetarian or Vegan Diet: Key To Personal and Environmental Health? Vegetables May Just Be The Answer To Our Environmental Woes
A vegetarian or vegan diet can do wonders for your own health, not to mention the health of the planet and its other living inhabitants.
Water pollution is an insidious threat to our health given the dependence of humans and all animals (including the ones we eat) on safe water supplies.
Electric Vehicles: Choices Abound These Days New models from Audi, Volkswagen, and Mini Give Tesla a run for its $35,000
New electric vehicles (EVs) from Audi, Volkswagen, Mini and others will give Tesla’s lower cost Model 3 a run for its $35,000.
Plastic in the Ocean: Too Late to Fix? Marine Boom Could Reduce Pacific Garbage Patch By Half Given Full Deployment
Dutch inventor Boyan Slat hopes his marine plastic collector will help solve the growing problem of too much plastic in the ocean.
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.
Go green on your next trip by choosing eco-friendly hotels & rental homes, vendors & tour operators, and purchasing carbon offsets for air travel.
Pathophysiology & The Spread of Misinformation Just Because It's On The Internet Doesn't Mean It's True
The ease of posting to the internet makes it easy to stumble across untrue information that is harmful to health and environmental communities.
Climate change is a major environmental problem for all of us, so check your carbon footprint and take action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Global warming AKA climate change is not going away unless we fight against it with all of our resources. The first step is measuring your carbon footprint.
Toying with the idea of putting solar panels on your roof? Our Green Guide to Going Solar can help you find out about incentives, reputable installers, etc.
Better sleep can be a function of choosing greener sheets, blankets, mattresses, box springs & bed frames, but also in cleaning up your indoor air quality.
Hygiene Hypothesis Says Mess Is Best Exposure to More Bacteria & Viruses Seems To Be Trick to Staying Healthy
According to the “Hygiene Hypothesis,” less exposure to bacteria & viruses during childhood could explain the rise in allergic diseases in recent decades.
Eco-Friendly Fall Lawn Care Tips It's All About Fertilizing, Aerating, Weeding, Composting, Mowing & Planting
Fertilize, aerate, weed, compost, mow and plant — these are the secrets to fall lawn care that keeps your geas healthy and respects the environment.
As technology develops, prices fall and interest grows, offshore wind energy is poised to become a notable player in the world energy market.
Being a Good Green Neighbor Evaluating environmental performance at the neighborhood level can spur thousands into action
Evaluating the sustainability of your neighborhood and community can spur hundreds or thousands of neighbors to take positive steps against climate change and other environmental problems.
Access Land and other groups want the government to make campground availability data freely available to help more Americans access public land.
For those who want to live a green lifestyle, pets can do more damage to the environment than you might think, so careful planning is key.