Most bottles contain more than just grapes and yeast. Find out which ingredients find their way into wine — plus 9 tips to make healthier choices without sacrificing taste.
Human-generated noise may have an impact on bird communication and survival, says a recent study.
Together, we have the intelligence, potential, and incentive to reverse the bad and do good — for ourselves, our communities, and the planet.
Plastic is everywhere — even our guts. A recent study found nine different types of plastic in study participants.
Why taking a global view more often is good for us all.
Participating in research projects can connect you with nature, fight climate change, and strengthen your community.
Want to keep the pesky insects at bay? Here are nine plants that repel mosquitoes — naturally.
Service trips benefit others — and they leave you with a rewarding experience.
It’s important to model best practices — and make it fun!
Older adults and those who work outside may be particularly vulnerable to the cognitive effects of polluted air.
Break every objective into its smallest pieces and take action with just one of them, even if it is the smallest one and seems insignificant.
Global warming is reducing nutrients in wheat, rice, beans, and more.
“Invasivores” — people who eat invasive species — aim to protect delicate ecosystems while expanding their culinary horizons. On the menu: lionfish.
Don’t rely on toxic herbicides to get the job done. Try one of these eco-friendly methods to manage your lawn and garden.
Learn how to minimize waste while reaping more satisfaction from life.
Here are the most contaminated — and cleanest — fruits and veggies.
How changing what’s on your plate can help heal the planet.
Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability (LOHAS) may be the most meaningful consumer trend you’ve never heard of. How can you be LOHAS? Here are some tips.
Go behind the scenes with charity: water founder Scott Harrison to learn what inspired him to serve others.
Here’s what inspired Scott Harrison to bring clean drinking water to millions of people worldwide.
An interview with eco-fashion pioneer Marci Zaroff on the perils of commercial cotton farming.