Researchers report that bird populations across North America have declined some 29 percent since 1970, and threats continue to mount.
Florida’s manatees aren’t doing great thanks to the die-off of their favorite food source (seagrass), habitat destruction and global warming.
A non-profit in Washington State is training canines to help search for evidence of threatened and endangered wildlife species.
Running a full load of dishes in the dishwasher is much greener than handwashing the same amount of dishes.
Environmentalists are glad Joe Biden is in the White House now, although some wish he would go further on sustainability initiatives.
If you are concerned about the health implications of indoor air pollution, maybe it’s time to get an electric stove?
Indigenous rights activists are calling on the U.S. to return control of the nation’s national parks over to the tribes.
Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle, the first net-zero-emissions arena of its size in the world, is home to the NHL’s Kraken and WNBA’s Storm.
Activists are demanding that Procter & Gamble stop cutting down Canada’s boreal forest to make pulp for toilet paper….
Some wildlife species are “shape-shifting” — that is, evolving rapidly — as a result of human-induced climate change.
Lobster and crab fishermen says new NOAA rules to protect Atlantic Right Whales go too far; environmentalists say they don’t go far enough…
Conservationists are working to create a wildlife corridor between the Yukon & Yellowstone so wolves and other wildlife can thrive.
The current drought across the American West may just be the worst in recorded history. Thanks, global warming!
Jeff Bezos suggests “off-earth manufacturing” to spare the Earth more environmental insults, but is polluting space really such a good idea?
Making a few tweaks to your laundry routine can help you make a serious dent in your carbon footprint and overall environmental impact.
Once upon a time the Prius was the king of the green cars, but nowadays electric vehicles are all the rage with consumers.
Fast fashion’s impacts on both the environment and human rights are evident, and slow fashion may just be the only solution…
Has the bald eagle started to become a pest in the Lower 48 after its comeback from the brink of extinction?
Environmentalists are increasingly turning to Artificial Intelligence (AI) to help collect & analyze data that would otherwise overwhelm us.
Are the new supersonic (SST) jets friendlier to the environment than the originals from the 1970s which tore holes in the ozone layer?
Why are U.S. national parks harder hit by global warming than the land base across the rest of the country in general?
Are electric-powered, energy-efficient blimps making a comeback as a short hop and regional commuter travel option?
Can backlash against the siting of solar farms & other large scale or industrial solar installations keep solar energy from going mainstream?
Thirteen different automakers now offer American consumers some 19 different flavors of an all-EV drivetrain.
Dark sky havens are places where nighttime light pollution is limited to non-existent and the stars can truly shine in the night sky.
Follow these quick and easy tips to make your home more friendly to the planet while reducing your carbon footprint and saving money.
It looks like another terrible fire season in the American West; staying indoors and wearing an N95 mask outside could save your life.
Contaminated drinking water might just become the next major health crisis to face the United States once the Coronavirus outbreak is under control…
What are some of the most common contaminants our pets are exposed to and how can we avoid them?
A “false spring” brought some 17-year cicadas out of the ground early in yet another sign of global warming wreaking havoc on nature.
Turning your own lawn into a pollinator or “bee” lawn can help restore the kinds of natural habitat no longer available to pollinators.
Wind power will likely play a key role in the transition to a zero-emission economy—especially if we can start to distribute it more widely.
While the first XPRIZE competition focused on aerospace tech, several more recent ones have focused on environment and climate…
Clean-burning, emissions-free hydrogen fuel cells were poised to take over the automotive sector two decades ago, but then what happened?
Climate feminism recognizes that women are disproportionately affected by climate change and aims to get them into positions of leadership.
We’re getting from Point A to B faster than ever these days thanks to smart GPS nav apps, but at cost to our neighborhoods and ecosystems?
Some trees do off-gas natural yet nevertheless harmful volatile organic compounds (VOCs), especially during the hottest months of the year.
Wind power provides a small fraction of electricity in Texas; frozen natural gas lines caused the state’s power grid to go down recently.
How do climate models work and do they paint an accurate picture of where we are headed in terms of environmental disruption moving forward?
A passive solar house keeps the inside air temp comfy without using conventional emissions-spewing HVAC appliances.
One-quarter of the world’s 20,000 bee species are in precipitous decline or have already gone extinct since 1990…
Could all the greenhouse gases we’re pumping into the atmosphere be compromising our ability to think straight?
In 2019, Bangladesh became the first country to grant every one of its rivers environmental personhood….
Researchers Call “Field Of Dreams” Restoration Hypothesis Misguided If we build it, won't they come?
Restoring plant biodiversity is an important part of ecological restoration no matter what, but animals returning is far from guaranteed.
Grizzly Bear Recovery In The Lower 48: Is It Possible? Patches of habitat remain in Yellowstone and North Cascades
Some 50,000 grizzly bears used to roam the Lower 48, but these days only a few thousand are left and greens want more….
Some of the last minute environmental rule changes enacted by the Trump administration will be easier to undo than others.
Hunters do play a large part in conservation efforts across the U.S. through their taxes, licenses and donations.
What are the winter sports and tourism industries doing to counteract the existential threat of climate change?
We would have to keep up the emissions cutbacks of 2020 for several more decades if we want to avoid cataclysmic climate change.
Joe Biden’s ambitious plans to get the U.S. back on track as a world leader in terms of climate mitigation and green jobs creation could make him the greenest president in history.