Learn about animals, weather and natural disasters, alternative energy, environmental politics and space.
Tue, Jul 22, 2014 1:00 PM
This red fox knows how to simply sit and enjoy the scenery at one of the most beautiful national parks in Alaska.
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.
It's easy to wonder whether legislators will consider, or even read, submissions made to them online. But activist groups think it really does effect change.
Still drinking bottled water? Put a lid on it.
What is the deal with carbon markets?
Get the skinny on RECs.
Is it worth it, or will it just prove to be a huge expense?
Climate change could result in 21st century witch hunts.
Try to limit daily showers to five minutes and keep those long, luxuriant ones to a minimum.
On top of everything else, global warming may be affecting the asthma epidemic.
Don't let your financial stress distract you from your green efforts. Considering the environment in personal choices will actually save you money.
Eat some sewage sludge, pick up ladies.
Educate yourself on the harsh reality of overfishing.
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