President Biden recently signed an executive order putting back the United States back into the Paris Climate Agreement. What does the move mean for the environment, the U.S. and other countries around the world?
What's your individual carbon footprint in relation to the global carbon footprint? Are there steps you can take to reduce your overall carbon contribution? This infographic breaks down the numbers.
While veganism is often spoken about in terms of animal rights, it is also a much greener alternative to a meat-based diet. For one, a vegan diet produces around 7x less greenhouse gas emissions than that of a meat-eater.
Learn about the various ways the ocean has recovered during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic is driving a lot of major changes in cities. Here’s how you can embrace these growing pains in your city, and use this time of growth and change to make your community more sustainable.
Despite the many benefits that recycling brings, less than a third of all metal is collected and reused. Raising awareness of the advantages of metal recycling helps to encourage households to save sources of non-ferrous metals such as aluminum cans, tin cookware and copper wiring that are commonly found in the home.
An increase in pollution, soil contamination, solid waste and drainage in local communities, improper waste removal can negatively impact the environment in a number of ways. Some of these are discussed below.