by Katie Valentine May 13, 2015
Will the government acknowledge the environment in dietary guidelines, or will it leave the data out -- a move the meat industry is pushing hard for?
by Ari Phillips May 11, 2015
Apple and the World Wildlife Fund are joining forces in China to help make Apple's paper packaging renewable.
by Natasha Geiling Apr 20, 2015
Creating material from plastic ocean debris is just one way Adidas is trying to become a more sustainable fashion company.
by Ari Phillips Apr 10, 2015
If all goes according to plan, Los Angeles will be a very different city in 20 years.
by Emily Atkin Feb 26, 2015
Many think the voluntary, non-binding U.N. sustainability program is actually a conspiracy to create a "one-world order."
by Jeff Spross Sep 23, 2014
Accusing the People's Climate Marchers of hypocrisy because they left trash behind commits one of the most basic errors in the climate change debate.
by Kiley Kroh Aug 25, 2014
The country's largest wireless carrier is on a mission to also be its greenest.
by Katie Valentine Jul 30, 2014
A new plan aims to reverse the river's long history of pollution.
by Ari Phillips Jul 24, 2014
On Wednesday, the fisheries division of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced that it's considering a ban on recreational and commercial fishing of Pacific bluefin tuna.
by Mike Rivera Apr 23, 2014
A recently released Princeton Review book found 330 higher learning institutions in the United States to be "green" after extensive data gathering.