Learn about Earth's biodiversity and natural resources. Plus: Explore national parks and state wilderness areas.
Investing in hemp lightens your environmental footprint, and supports a truly sustainable industry.
The "rockets' red glare" and the "bombs bursting in air" are now in our blood thanks to the EPA.
Trees benefit us in even more ways than you knew.
You've turned off the water during teeth-brushing and forgone bottled water (hopefully). What else can you do?
Ecuador gives nature legal rights.
Beach pollution is making a simple summer dip in the waves pretty dangerous.
Clothing with SPF doesn't cause damage to these rapidly-depleting natural wonders like ingredients in conventional sunscreen.
Canadian-based Echo Paddles handcrafts wooden paddles using sustainably harvested local wood and powers its workshop with solar panels.
True environmentalism would involve living sustainably and adopting lifestyle changes that comply with nature's pace -- not an attempt to blend nature with human desires.
Countless animals have been rescued, adopted, fed and loved by animal rights activists, whose concentrated efforts date back to the early 19th century.
Still drinking bottled water? Put a lid on it.
Try to limit daily showers to five minutes and keep those long, luxuriant ones to a minimum.
Eat some sewage sludge, pick up ladies.
Educate yourself on the harsh reality of overfishing.
Researchers are recruiting everyday citizens to report turtle sightings — from back yards to roadsides — in Massachusetts and Connecticut.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
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