Moving goods and people uses up a lot of hydrocarbon fuel so transportation is a sector where changes are coming; perhaps, quite rapidly.
The environmental and economic benefits of reducing the work week to four days are as clear as the sky before the industrial age. This article explains why.
The purpose of this article is to highlight the major issues regarding Environment safety. The dangerous most is SMOG, that can be observed clearly by the beginning of winter season.
You already know about switching off lights and using buses instead of cars--but have you ever thought about incorporating these eco friendly ideas into your lifestyle?
The oil veins of the midwest have blackened the land yet again. The Keystone Pipeline in South Dakota leaked an estimated 210,000 gallons of crude oil, poisoning the land. It's time for alternatives.
The only way to prevent climate change is for everybody to become a minimalist. Understand why consumerism and business propel climate change.
Modern farming methods rely heavily on the European Honey Bee for pollination, but the honey bee population is in peril and the cause of the problem is not well understood. Modern farming methods do not currently support adequate pollination by native species of bees.
Why do people put down wild animals in captivity while being perfectly fine with domesticated animals in human control? Are domesticated animals really that different from exotic animals?
Producing more food for more people is an awesome challenge. Providing the framework to manage resources and motivate producers has been a great success story for 200 years. It can be continued.
For about a century, industrial-scale fishing plundered the oceans as if the supply of fish was endless; it turns out the supply is limited.
This article suggests a list of the 10 most polluted rivers in the world. Included in the story are what countries are doing to cleanse these filthy waterways.
What can be done to change people's minds about tossing trash in the streets or industrial waste in our rivers? We can start by looking at our own behavior and asking ourselves some key questions.
The Wild Boar didn't ask to be born or be here with us, but there they are--tearing up property, eating whatever's not nailed down. I say, let's tame them and make them valuable lives in society.
We use a huge amount of plastic today. Most of it takes a very long time to degrade and can harm marine life. Some bacteria are able to break down plastic.
Without change, our dependence on petroleum and coal for power could someday lead to society's demise. But why wait for the inevitable when we can enact change now? With a multitude of viable energy sources at our finger tips, we are on the brink of a paradigm shift. Here are nine sources of renewable energy that could potentially change how we power our future.