Almost overnight, the COVID-19 pandemic has transformed many Americans’ relationships with food. To relieve some of the stress associated with shopping safely for groceries and ensure food security, many people are once again planting “victory gardens.”
In the long run, the best way we can help health-care professionals fight crises like COVID-19 is by changing the way we live and the choices we make.
A biodiversity experiment in Australia showed animal species can help reduce flammable leaf litter by 24 percent.
Everyday Products Are Full Of Harmful Chemicals. Can Green Chemistry Lead The Way To Safer Alternatives?
Organization and consumer demand for products that don’t harm people or pollute the environment are moving forward-thinking brands toward…
The coronavirus pandemic has set off a global gardening boom.
An alarming 75 percent of new or emerging diseases start in animals.
If you want to improve the quality of air in your home, try some of these tips.
Across much of the United States, a warming climate has advanced the arrival of spring. This year is no exception.
Freecycle plans to add a lending and borrowing tool to encourage people to share with friends and neighbors.
A creative approach to saving deer from being culled opened my eyes to feeling empathy for life around us.
The First Step In Managing Plastic Waste Is Measuring It – Here's How We Did It For One Caribbean Country
Countries around the world throw away millions of tons of plastic trash every year. Finding ways to manage plastic waste is daunting even for wealthy nations, but for smaller and less-developed countries it can be overwhelming.
From Coffee To Cosmetics, Companies Are Looking For Ways To Protect The Plants Their Products Are Made From
As crop varieties disappear, boosting biodiversity becomes smart business.
Increasingly, we’re hearing that individual action is insignificant relative to needed political change, but that doesn’t mean you’re off the hook.