Though the celebrations for Earth Day 2020 will look a bit different than in years past, celebrating our planet is now more necessary than ever.
The overpopulation argument is a high-risk discussion; it’s all too easy to step on moral and ethical landmines such as racism, xenophobia, or eugenics.
The Electric Car and the Hydrogen Fuel Cell Car are two options that currently show the best promise at helping avoid climatic disaster.
As our climate crisis begins to unfold, unravelling the very fabric of life on planet Earth, it’s perfectly understandable to feel paralyzed by fear and grief.
Teaching kids about sustainable living doesn’t only benefit us today: it also means that we are helping create a healthier future for our children.
Consumers today are more aware of the impact of their choices on others and the environment. Sustainable options might help achieve decision satisfaction.
We all need to fight for our governments to deliver the broad-scale, top down changes that are needed so that we can live in a reasonable yet sustainable way.
Many celebrities have used their platform to promote positive change. Here are some A-listers who stepped up for our planet in the last 12 months.
As the New Year Resolutions start to pour in, many of us want to live a more sustainable life. Knowing where to begin is a challenge in itself.
While we wait for governments, car companies, and power providers to create the infrastructure to allow us all to aim at living zero net carbon lives.
If we hope to avoid the impending climatic disaster, carbon neutrality should be the goal of everyone, but is net-zero carbon emissions truly achievable?