July 3 is Internation Plastic Bag-Free Day. Tell our readers why that is so very important.
As I grow older, I’m actually becoming more of a greenie. I guess I finally realized: this earth is our home. And it’s the only one we get.
Job growth in the US solar industry has grown 123% since 2010.
Teaching our children to save the planet by respecting each other and the land like the Hawaiians did.
Parents may not love this advice, but Dr. deGrasse Tyson hits the nail on the head on how little kids can change the world.
Do you dare to let your imagination take you there?
In a quiet revolution, one company stands up to the mega-giant. We discuss their decision, their vision, and their nomadic lifestyle in the wilds of the world.
Can humanity adapt ancient knowledge to displace the culture of destruction?
With no background in construction, Alek Lisefski fulfilled a dream for himself and his girlfriend by building their dream home: a 240 square foot house.
Shel Horowitz talks about how to market green and sustainable practices to every type of person.
Dillan DiGiovanni describes a job that requires men to use both finesse and brute strength to clean trash from trees.
Eco-defenders don’t care about gender. What matters to them is simple: survival.
Urban sprawl is colliding with wildlands and the result is an unprecedented loss of life and property due to fire. This Weather Channel documentary tells the human story.
Let’s live as if we appreciate the others in our lives, human and otherwise.
Neil Hill, our Environment Editor, wants to read your work.
Dr. Guy McPherson believes that if humanity is measured in its ability to protect the common good, we’re failing.