Environmental reporter Mark Hertsgaard talks about what was discussed and what got accomplished at the recent Global Climate Summit in San Francisco.
According to the “Hygiene Hypothesis,” less exposure to bacteria & viruses during childhood could explain the rise in allergic diseases in recent decades.
Access Land and other groups want the government to make campground availability data freely available to help more Americans access public land.
Over the last few decades, the skyline of Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur has mushroomed. Is all this construction a good thing for the country?
Environmentalists won a lawsuit forcing the federal government to decide by 2019 whether or not to list the once abundant Monarch butterfly as endangered.
The nations of the world were able to come together to phase out ozone-depleting chlorofluorocarbons, so why can’t we do the same to fight global warming?
Sustainable ranching involves techniques like pasture rotation, range composting and other ways to reuse nature’s resources for the health of the land.
Kate Williams is CEO of 1% For The Planet, a non-profit that serves as a conduit for environmental giving through other businesses.
A new breed of homesteaders are looking to the sea (“seasteading”) to create new communities focusing on human and environmental health.
By delving into things that should encourage us about our future on this planet, Geoff Dembicki offers plenty of reasons to keep fighting the good fight against climate change.