Dear EarthTalk: Is there any overlap between the #BlackLivesMatter and Environmental Justice movements?
The North Atlantic is warmed by the Gulf Stream that flows up the east coast of North America.
How banishment of a safe technology will keep fossil fuels in the driver’s seat
Researchers aren’t optimistic, except for the fact that we are learning how to deal with a global crisis
Maybe you shouldn’t let your dog run free at the park or in your neighbor’s yard if carcinogenic chemicals are in the lawn.
Tardigrades have made their homes: In volcanos and Himalayas
Scottish barrister and activist Polly Higgins led the charge to get “ecocide” recognized as a “crime against peace” by the International Criminal Court.
Data centers use up lots of power; that’s why environmentalists are urging the biggest players in the industry to go with renewable energy sources where possible.
In the Arctic, a great change is taking place. Permafrost, which covers around 25 percent of exposed land in the Northern Hemisphere, is melting.
A green home doesn’t just mean using natural disinfectants and scrubbing everything with baking soda.
Why don’t we do more of this in the U.S., given that we’re running out of landfill space?
Become part of the solution in your day job too.
Some environmentalists are opting to meet their dietary protein needs by eating bugs—like this Thai green curry crickets dish—instead of meat.
Researchers at the University of Oxford in the UK are experimenting with perovskites as the semiconductor in solar cells that could someday supply your home with free electricity.
The forests of Indonesia are still falling to feed the world’s demand for paper products.
Underground mycelium networks can absorb and break down a wide range of natural and man-made compounds, and that’s why we’re using them to clean up contaminated sites naturally.