Each year, millions of birds engage in a remarkable feat of endurance as they fly from one continent to another. These six birdwatching hotspots offer the chance to see them as they rest during their journey.
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Looking for waste-free gifts this holiday season? Try these gifts of service.
Sip, sip, hooray! Here are five organic, biodynamic, and natural wines to suit all tastes.
Looking for a holiday gift? Instead of things, give these experiences to those you love.
Thoughtful gift ideas that don’t add to life’s clutter.
Looking for alternatives to wrapping paper? Try these three Japanese-inspired wrapping techniques and make your holiday more eco-friendly!
Recycling is better than nothing, but we need to do better, say experts. Here are some recycling facts.
Why shopping at a brick-and-mortar store might be a greener option than ordering online.
Noise can elevate our stress hormones — even at levels that do not produce hearing damage — according to a recent study.
Don’t toss out those carrot tops and turnip greens! These recipes will help you turn your kitchen scraps into flavor-packed nutritious dishes.
Americans are the biggest offenders when it comes to single-use plastics, but efforts to ban the packaging are on the rise.
Turn your favorite autumnal gourd into a feast for your feathered friends.
Together, we have the intelligence, potential, and incentive to reverse the bad and do good — for ourselves, our communities, and the planet.
A project documenting the remotest spots in all 50 states highlights the effects of development on the environment and human health.
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.
Our fitness editor tests the waters on a paddleboard — and discovers the benefits of leaving her comfort zone.
A shinrin-yoku retreat provides opportunities to rebuild a healthy connection with nature and improve your well-being.
Our food columnist discovers the true value of heirloom foods.