A syncretism of the philosophies of Murray Bookchin and Alfred North Whitehead can help us rethink our relationship to the Earth.
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.
Who is Carole Baskin? Here's what you need to know about Big Cat Rescue’s CEO.
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 hopefully will give you some simple but useful tips.
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.
This article explores the impacts of global warming on modern human populations, wildlife and the environment.
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.
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.
In his essay, "Global Warming: The Trials of an Unsettled Science," now an informative book with that title, Canadian poet David Solway tackles the issue employing a poet's incisive intelligence and wordsmith craftsmanship.
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.
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.
We all know cigarettes are bad for our health, but what are the environmental impacts of smoking tobacco on our planet?
This article brings to light Leonardo DiCaprio’s journey towards environmental activism, his inspiration and passion to work for a greater cause from a very young age, and his efforts to safeguard the earth from the challenges of climate change.
The oldest lake in the world's biodiversity system is beginning to suffer due to climate change.
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?
We all want to save our planet one way or another and there are many ways how. My list include simple things that you can do everyday 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.
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.
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.
Climate change has been caused by the production of too many goods, many of which are toxic to the environment as well as too many products which land up in landfills and our oceans. Minimalism can collectively change that.
The water crisis is foreseeable, but technology to solve the impending problem is already in the works. Here are three ways of using technology to save us from a water crisis.
Scientists think bugs could be the solution to our growing populations' need for food. Billions of people are already enjoying insects as a daily part of their diet, and you could too. Check out which bugs are being eaten around the world and jump on the bug-eating train.
While it is known that air pollution causes many serious physical health concerns, now research shows that toxic air negatively impacts intelligence and cognitive abilities as well.
Joe Salatin talks sustainable farming and growing and the challenges the regulatory environment and changing consumer trends represent for the industry.
This article shows the different sources and effects of each of the nine major air pollutants. You will also learn the causes of air pollution, the two principal classifications of air pollutants and a brief narrative about the "The Great Smog of London."
We stand at a global precipice. Resources are being pulled from the Earth at an alarming rate. Across the globe fossil fuels and lumber are being depleted in record amounts. To truly tackle the problem change is needed and we all need to do our part.
This article delves into the idea that maybe eating meat is not unethical (depending on the situation), but the processing the meat goes through is, since it employs disreputable methods such as keeping the livestock in small spaces and not allowing the animals to be free at all.