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Don’t waste those kitchen scraps! Learn how to compost them to improve your soil and give your garden a boost.
The truth about when to turn off lights or use your air conditioner.
Chemistry gets an unfair bad reputation as the world embraces products labeled “natural.” But that fear is wholly misplaced, a chemist argues.
From the tallest mountain to the largest ocean, no place on earth (or beyond) is immune from mounting garbage.
David Milarch is a pioneering spirit who believes that cloning huge ancient trees—such as the remaining Giant Sequoias in California— is the key to saving the planet. He explains: “Because they are survivors—several hundred to … Read More
There’s nothing quite like tearing into a beautifully wrapped present, but let’s admit the downside: gift wrapping generates over 4 million tons of waste annually. This holiday season, I discovered Gift it Green, an adorable and eco-… Read More
Fact: We waste a lot of food in the United States—Americans throw away nearly half of what they buy!
So in an attempt to try to waste less, photographer Joe Buglewicz decided to take photos of rotting food as a reminder. “But over time… Read More
Not-so-fun-fact: 40 billion plastic forks, knives and spoons are thrown in the garbage each year. And I’m pretty sure about one million of those come directly from me using new plastic utensils every time I sit down to lunch at work… Read More
A new study published in the scientific journal Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment shows that sea otters are doing great things for the planet. Researchers at the University of California, Santa Cruz found that by scaring away sea … Read More
If you’re one of those fretful consumers already hoarding incandescent lightbulbs — which federal law may make obsolete by 2014 — take heart. Here, updated versions of the energy-saving alternatives that are cheaper and more efficient … Read More