Firescaping involves designing a landscape to fireproof a property while maintaining aesthetic appeal.
Solar shingles are becoming more and more popular for people replacing old roofs with new ones….
Climate change, human activities & wildfires are threatening giant sequoias very existence in their native habitat in California.
Concrete is undeniably one of the largest contributors to environmental degradation around the world, not just because it is used to pave over nature but also because of its huge production and distribution carbon footprint.
The Northern Spotted Owl—posterbird for old growth forest conservation—is still on the ropes 30+ years after environmentalists “saved” it.
Accelerated global warming may be affecting public health in more dramatic ways than we ever imagined…
Soft robotics, AKA softbotics, is not only changing the landscape of robotics but also providing valuable insights into animal evolution.
Microplastics, 6PPD and particulate matter are a few of the nasties that come off your tires as you roll merrily down the road…
With the Too Good To Go app, you can help save the world’s food waste problem and eat like a king for a pittance.
A new generation of laundry detergents trades in the synthetic chemicals for essential oils and other all-natural ingredients….
The Biden administration is moving full stream ahead on its ambitious plans to expand America’s offshore wind energy capacity.
Ebony forests are on the ropes in Asia and Africa and environmentalists are pleading with consumers to find alternatives.
If your home is cold and drafty in the winter, you owe it to yourself and your family to do something about it.
Is it too late to start thinking about how we can ramp up large-scale solar power development in time to avert a climate cataclysm?
There’s never been a better time to be alive if you are an eco-conscious beer or hard cider drinker…
The combination of artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics is making the recycling business much more profitable and practical than ever.
If it’s time to remodel your kitchen, you’ll have lots of earth-friendly choices to choose from for paint, counters, flooring and appliances.
Researchers are starting to find links between warming-induced rises in temperature and increased violent human behavior.
With human numbers swelling and arable land shrinking, finding sustainable ways to produce more food on less land is a pressing concern.
Researchers have begun to find links between increases in polluted air, water & soil and growing mental health problems throughout society.
The recent uptick in heat waves has sent many different species of wildlife scurrying for new habitat where they can keep cool.
Environmentalists don’t like fracking because it can pollute groundwater and perpetuates our addiction to fossil fuels.
The debate rages on whether mining for uranium outside of Grand Canyon National Park will jeopardize the region’s environmental integrity.
Teaching your kids the importance of sustainability makes parenting more complex these days than ever before.
Preparing your garden in the fall is an important step to ensure it’s in ideal condition for the next spring.
The Burning Man festival is famous for its avant-garde art installations and performance art, but greens worry about its environmental impact.
Fixing that old car and keeping it up and running might be the greenest thing you can do if you ride has seen better days.
The sheer weight of all the human infrastructure and development is causing Manhattan to sink, and sea level rise isn’t helping…
One result of our putting so many greenhouse gases into the atmosphere could be an interruption in the Gulf Stream’s flow leading to another ice age…
The Pebble Mine Project in Alaska’s Bristol Bay is still brewing as backers challenge Biden shutdown in the legal system….
The storage, sorting and transmission of unnecessary spam emails consume copious amounts of energy, contributing to greenhouse gas emissions.
Some environmentalists think carbon offsets are just another form of corporate greenwashing.
Amphibians — frogs, toads, salamanders, newts — are in decline around the world and may be headed for extinction if we don’t help them soon.
Fiberglass may resist adverse weather conditions better than other materials, but should we really be using so much of it in our boats?
Electric and infrared grills are making the old-fashioned gas and charcoal varieties obsolete — at least environmentalists hope so….
Environmentalists hope Tesla’s Semi is the first of many different electric trucks plying America’s highways and byways in the near future.
After almost complete decimation by the late 1800s, American bison herds have rebounded enough to be taken off the endangered species list.
An electrician shortage in the U.S. is proving to be one of the biggest barriers to mitigating the worst effects of climate change.
Entry restrictions and other tactics have worked to greatly reduce overcrowding at peak times in some of our most popular national parks….
Climate migration, which is already starting to happen around the world, could be one of the biggest impacts of our environmental profligacy.
Though shark sightings may be becoming more frequent, shark numbers are dwindling.
Hydrofoils are not a new concept, but electric ones may be a promising new innovation for the future of sustainable maritime travel.
If you think you are doing Mother Nature a favor by putting up a bird feeder or bird house, think again…
If you’ve ever wanted to visit the Yosemite but couldn’t afford the costs or time away, virtual tourism might be right for you.
Solar-powered EVs and solar charging technologies are continually evolving as researchers and manufacturers explore ways to improve efficiency and integration.
Electric bug zappers have gained in popularity; while they do kill some adult mosquitoes, at what cost to ecosystems?
Some property managers and environmentalists point to prescribed burns as possibly our best defense against rampaging wildfires.
Environmentalists like heat pumps because they use a lot less energy than baseboard electric heat and oil or gas furnaces
The transmission lines across the U.S. weren’t designed to carry renewable energy long distances.
Is ditching your old conventional wheels for a shiny new EV really the best thing for the planet?