Indoor air pollution sounds scary and it certainly is something you should take seriously. Luckily, you have several options you can implement in your maintenance routines to improve the air quality and decrease your family’s health risks.
Contrary to popular myth woodpeckers do not kill trees by making holes or nesting cavities. They have a symbiotic relationship with trees, much the way butterflies have a symbiotic relationship with their host plants.
DIY gifts can help you cut costs, and they can be sentimental to the recipient. But best of all is that everyone knows DIY gifts come from the heart. Here are a few sustainable DIY gifts you can make to delight your recipients.
We, 50 organizations focused on food sovereignty and justice worldwide, want you to know there is no shortage of practical solutions and innovations by African farmers and organizations. We invite you to step back and learn from those on the ground.
I know it may be hard to convince you, but let me try: Don’t kill the next spider you see in your home. Why? Because spiders are an important part of nature and our indoor ecosystem – as well as being fellow organisms in their own right.
The World Wildlife Fund's Living Planet Index, which monitors 32,000 separate populations of species around the world, found that on average they were 69% smaller than they had been in 1970.
The United States is home to more than 4,000 native bees; worldwide, bees comprise about 20,000 known species. Often overlooked due to other more famous bees, getting to know your local native bee species is the first step towards saving them.
From Microbes To Forest Bathing, Here Are 4 Ways Healing Nature Is Vital To Our Recovery From COVID-19
A growing number of scientists argue protecting and restoring nature can help societies recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and even help prevent future pandemics. Thriving ecosystems are vital for humans and the rest of nature.
The House of Tears Carvers traveled from the Pacific Northwest to the Clean Energy Justice Convergence in Pittsburgh, PA with a newly carved totem pole and a delegation of youth and elders from the Lummi, Tsleil-Waututh, and Navajo Nations.
As innocuous as it may seem, the common household air conditioner is actually a significant contributor to climate change!
Patagonia founder and "reluctant billionaire" Yvon Chouinard just raised the bar for corporate action on the fossil fuel-driven planetary emergency. "Instead of 'going public,' you could say we're 'going purpose.'
Meaningful connection with nature has a deep subliminal impact, and one most of us are missing, as we live more in urban environments and are less connected to the natural world.
From Watering Via Ice Cubes To Spritzing With Hydrogen Peroxide – 4 Misguided Plant Health Trends On Social Media
Here are four trends seen online recently that have stood out as being especially misleading or potentially damaging to plants.
Wasting energy is like taking your hard-earned cash and throwing it in the garbage. You may only feel the impact on your wallet once a month when your utility bills arrive, but it still dents your monthly budget.
After decades of delay and inaction, this is a momentous breakthrough for US federal climate action. It’s a breakthrough many of us have fought for and desperately hoped for, for far too long.
When wildfires burned across Northern California in October 2017, they left behind a toxic mess. In Sonoma County, fire remediation experts, local businesses, and ecological activists mobilized to cleanse the foundations of burned-out buildings with … mushrooms.
If everyone everywhere received a free electric vehicle at the same time – and owners were required to travel at really slow speeds across well-maintained roads – the world would sound different.
Despite their status as icons of biodiversity, koalas have been in steady decline for two decades. Yet the conservation status of this Australian native has only just changed from “threatened” to “endangered” in recent months.
Most Americans are comfortable with cremation as a practice. They like the power that it gives them to inter the remains in the cemetery, keep them at home, or scatter them in forests, oceans and streams.
Find out what’s happening anywhere in the world, including in your own neighborhood, and join in. You’ll feel better. You’ll be effective. Together, we’ll use our energy to create change to make people in power move at the rate we need to get the job done.