There are so many eco-labels out there these days. How can I tell which ones are valid and not just “greenwashing”? Which are fake?
Voters concerned about climate change would do well to pull their levers in favor of any of the Democrats running as they support the environment.
Degrowth is an aspirational term describing a way of life where economic expansion is deprioritized, resulting in stronger social bonds between people.
The forests are still being cut down but there are various technologies and techniques in place mitigating it for paper. All is not lost.
Electric vehicles (EVs) have been around about as long as cars themselves. Primitive EVs were the dominant form at the dawn of the auto age.
China produces plenty of waste on their own; they no longer need to rely on waste imports to keep their recycling plants humming.
“Flying shame” is one of those memic terms that has sprung up recently to describe guilting people out of taking airplane trips given the carbon footprint.
Climate change is real. What we’ve learned from storms like Katrina, Sandy, & Harvey about protecting our coastal cities better from it.
The Paris Agreement, signed by 195 countries calls on commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to hold global temperature increases to 1.5 degrees.
If you don’t think all that pollution is having a negative effect, think again. A Georgia state University study found better student performance in greener buses.