Rising sea levels and glaciers get the most attention, but these lesser-known side effects of climate change are just as important.
If you’ve recently started composting, avoid throwing every bit of food in there. Here’s a quick list of 20 things you shouldn’t compost at home.
Whether you’re out in the open prairie or in a small NYC studio apartment, you can still compost.
Interested in staying green while being a gamer? Here are four simple ways to reduce your carbon footprint as a gamer without making huge changes to your life.
Reducing food waste is a great way to be more eco-friendly and save money at the grocery store. Here are 10 easy ways to reduce food waste at home.
Plastic is impossible to escape, but it’s not hard to cut back on how much you use. Here are 13 ways to reduce plastic use and go greener in your life.
Food waste is an unnecessary effect of food dating practices. But how accurate are expiration dates really?
YouTube was a totally different place when it first started. Here’s a look back at 7 famous early YouTubers and where they are now.
For some, dumpster diving is a way to sustain themselves. But for others, it’s a more ethical way to live.
“What is worth more—art or life?” With their attacks against famous works of art, climate activists are sending a message. But are they effective?
Some brands are exploiting consumers’ goodwill with greenwashing, marketing tricks that make unsustainable products seem eco-friendly.
While Dr. Seuss is widely known for his imagination, it seems that the truffula trees from The Lorax came from real-world inspiration.
Nature deficit disorder is linked to major public health issues and the climate crisis. Here’s how to get more nature in your life.
Crypto aims to be the future of finance but the digital coins carry a carbon footprint the size of Argentina. The coin’s future depends on eliminating cryptocurrency’s environmental impact.
While it may not look like much from the ground, the Richat Structure (also known as the Eye of the Sahara) is absolutely breathtaking when viewed from space.
Unfortunately, not all trash ends up in a dump. If you’ve never heard of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, you’ll be very surprised by what you’re about to read. Spanning over an area of about 1.6 million square kilometers in the North Pacific Ocean, the Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of plastics and […]