Eco-friendly holiday gifts are easier and easier to find now that the whole world cares about protecting the environment and staving off climate change.
The glow of city lights blotting out stars in the night sky has frustrated many a stargazer, but recent studies have shown that “light pollution”—defined as excess or obtrusive light at night—can actually have serious health effects, including a potential breast cancer link.
Renewable Energy Progress: Reasons to Hope Even on economics, solar and wind as competitive as any energy source
Contrary to what the current administration would have us believe, renewables are the most cost-effective, economically beneficial options for energy sourcing and infrastructure going forward.
LED light bulbs are the new vanguard in energy efficiency and lighting quality, but incandescent bulbs are on the comback…
Examining Candles, from Soy to Beeswax
Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark: Is That Light Pollution Killing You? Electronic Lights Are Ruining Our Sleep, and Health
Reconsider all those electronic sources of night light, for health’s sake. The light pollution could be harmful to your health…
It’s hard to believe but light pollution may actually be a risk factor for breast cancer.
The cases against Florida Power and Light (FP&L) brought by two families whose sons have rare cancers were dismissed without trial in January, nearly three years since filing (see “The Nuke Next Door,” Currents, May/June 2004). U.S. District Judge James Cohn, a Bush appointee known for denying paper voting receipts in Florida and for giving […]