Energy Labels and Consuming Electricity Responsibly
The average person consumes a total of 3,000 kilowatt-hours of electricity every year. How can we consume electricity more responsibly? What are energy labels, and how can they help?
World Population Crisis - Is the Growth Sustainable?
Current growth rates in the population are unsustainable, but can we do anything to stem the growth?
Are Humans Facing Near-Term Human Extinction Due to Global Warming?
Are humans facing near-term human extinction due to global warming? Some scientists believe we do face an existential threat from global warming as positive feedback loops kick in and increase the rate of global warming and its negative impacts.
What Is a Blue Ocean Event and How Will It Impact Global Climate?
A Blue Ocean Event (BOE) is when the Arctic Ocean changes from being covered in ice year-round to being mostly ice-free blue water for a period of time during warm months. This will cause severe on humans and the environment.
Action Needed to Help Big Cats
The Big Cat Public Safety Act is one of the biggest pieces of legislation in a long time that could change the game for wildlife. The Senate Bill would protect big cats, prohibit private ownership of them, and end cub side attractions where people take pictures with them, hold them, and pet them.
How Atlanta Can Fight the Health Effects of Urban Heat
Urban sprawl, the Urban Heat Island Effect, and green roofs in Atlanta.
Natural Disasters and Declarations: How Did We Not See This Coming?
Natural disasters have existed over the last century and presented devastating effects.
Global Warming and Climate Change Are Becoming a Conservative Priority
Among a new generation of young conservatives, addressing the substantial risks associated with global warming and the substantial climate change it's causing is becoming a priority.
How Do We Know That Global Warming Is Being Caused by Humans?
Is the recent global warming being caused by natural variations in the Earth’s climate or have mankind’s activities on Earth played a significant role in the global warming observed since the later part of the 20 century?
Fighting the Climate Crisis Through a New Religious Left
A syncretism of the philosophies of Murray Bookchin and Alfred North Whitehead can help us rethink our relationship to the Earth.
The Environmental Consequences of Orphan Oil Wells
Stripper wells and "orphan" or abandoned oil wells pose a unique threat to the environment. Here are some of those issues and how we might be able to make some positive changes.
Why Trump Should Support Community Gardens and Urban Food Forests
Since some sources say that we may be facing 32% unemployment in the wake of the coronavirus, we had better learn how to grow our own food to feed our communities.
10 Reasons Why "Tiger King’s" Carole Baskin Is a Megalomaniac
Who is Carole Baskin? Here's what you need to know about Big Cat Rescue’s CEO.
One Green Change: Useful Tips to Living a Greener Life
It is impossible to ignore the warnings that our beautiful, blue planet is in crisis. We are heading towards a tipping point from which there will be no return unless we all play our part in living a more sustainable lifestyle. This article will hopefully give you some simple but useful tips.
Environmentally Sustainable Tourism: A Progressive Approach
Sustainable tourism development meets the needs of present tourists and host regions while protecting and enhancing tourism opportunities for future generations. To enable this continued practice, a number of different environmentally progressive approaches have been developed.
Plastic-Free Periods: Eco-Friendly Sanitary Products
With single-use disposable plastic being a large part of women's sanitary products, there has been a slow but steadily increasing resistance to find alternatives that are less wasteful and disappear rather than accumulating in the environment.
Geoengineering Solutions to Address Climate Change and Reverse Global Warming
There is a growing consensus that humans need to prepare for and address global warming. Several large-scale geoengineering solutions have been proposed to stop and reverse the global warming trend.
The Amazon Burns as Indigenous Women Take a Stand
The Amazon forest is burning and the indigenous people are taking a stand. They have sent in native women who are demanding that the rights of the indigenous tribes that call the Amazon their home be respected and that the forests be protected against commercialization and corporate greed.
3 Times Environmental Action Worked in the Past
Global warming and climate change are quite the buzzwords these days. Just mention the subjects, and more likely than not, you will find yourself in the middle of a lively discussion. Despite all the hype, environmental action is nothing new; it has been with us before, just under a different name.
World Environment Day 2019 Theme: Air Pollution
Air pollution is the theme of the 2019 World Environment Day. UN Secretary-General Guterres says, “It is time to act decisively. My message to governments is clear: tax pollution; end fossil fuel subsidies; and stop building new coal plants. We need a green economy, not a grey economy."
Smoking Beyond You: The Environmental Impact of Cigarettes
We all know cigarettes are bad for our health, but what are the environmental impacts of smoking tobacco on our planet?
The Greenest President?
Of the 45 presidents who have held the highest office in the land, two stand out in the creation of park space and the protection of the environment. One, Theodore Roosevelt, may come as no surprise, but the other, Richard Nixon, is a most unlikely candidate.
Lake Baikail’s One-of-a-Kind Species Are in Trouble
The oldest lake in the world's biodiversity system is beginning to suffer due to climate change.
Is Global Warming Making Atlantic Hurricanes Worse?
It has been debated that global warming is causing the Atlantic Hurricane season to become worse with stronger storms and more of them. Is it true?
10 Ways to Save Money While Protecting the Environment
We all want to save our planet one way or another, and there are many ways you can. My list includes simple things that you can do every day that will not only help reduce your carbon footprint but also significantly lessen your expenses in the long term. A win-win situation for you and our earth.
A Tactic in Denial: Group Claims Co2 Is “Good” for the Environment
You’ve probably seen remarks on Facebook or Twitter about the benefits of CO2. Don’t be fooled! It’s a decade old PR stunt born after the EPA labeled carbon dioxide a pollutant. Their aim: have it removed from a list of pollutants causing climate change.
Evidence That Global Warming Is Being Caused by Humans
There is a lot of noise and misinformation in the debate regarding what is causing global temperatures to rise. The ice age cycle holds the key to understanding what is causing global warming.