Container homes came into vogue on promises of affordability and eco-friendliness. But their supposed benefits may not be that beneficial.
Some brands are exploiting consumers’ goodwill with greenwashing, marketing tricks that make unsustainable products seem eco-friendly.
How to answer common questions you might get as a vegan
These natural wonders don’t get as much press, but they’re just as in danger of being destroyed by climate change.
Is our scientific and technological advancement enough to save us from going the way of the dinosaurs?
First world countries produce most of the world’s waste. Third world countries in the global south pay the price for it.
As COP26 begins, it’s time we acknowledge and address the disproportionate harm the climate crisis is doing to women.
Apple announced an ambitious plan of going totally carbon neutral by 2030. Will it bring meaningful change or is it just a greenwashing tactic?
Keurig K Duo’s are a convenient way to get your caffeine fix and contribute to climate change.
Nature deficit disorder is linked to major public health issues and the climate crisis. Here’s how to get more nature in your life.
Minnesota is in a severe drought, with wildfires at its border. But the governor is allowing Enbridge to use billions of gallons of water to construct controversial Line 3 pipeline.
Jessica Reznicek was sentenced to 8 years in prison for sabotaging the Dakota Access Pipeline. Meanwhile, the company behind DAPL continues to leak oil and damage the environment.
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.
Keystone XL was finally stopped but 2.5 million miles of pipeline still threaten communities across the U.S. Here’s why the fight to stop the pipelines matters & what you can do.
A new movement that addresses the ways the climate crisis impacts black and indigenous communities launched this month. The Red Black and Green New Deal demonstrates clearly that climate justice is racial justice.
Looking back on the Panic of 1819 from roughly 200 years in the future, one can’t help but wonder what the world would be like if the government had heeded the early warnings of what has come to be called the First Great Depression. Observers at the time warned of the disastrous consequences of deforestation […]