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UK, Germany, France on Pace for Their Hottest Year on Record

Following a summer marked by devastating heat waves, the UK, Germany, and France are on track for their hottest year on record, weather officials say. Barring an exceptionally cold December, the UK will see its warmest year since 1884, according to the Met Office. “All of the top 10 warmest years on record for the UK have occurred since 2002; […]

Earth Action: Cancel Catalogs

Earth Action: Cancel Catalogs

Earth911 is honoring the 52 years of Earth Day with 52 Actions for the Earth. Each week through Earth Day 2023, we will share an action you can take to invest in the Earth and make your own life more sustainable. Over the past few weeks, you’ve probably noticed a spike in the amount of junk mail you receive. Around […]

Earth911 Podcast: Safe Catch CEO Sean Wittenberg on Making Seafood Sustainable

Earth911 Podcast: Safe Catch CEO Sean Wittenberg on Making Seafood Sustainable

Meet Sean Wittenberg, founder of the seafood company Safe Catch. He started the business with a mission to source safe and sustainable tuna and other fish after his mother was diagnosed with mercury poisoning when she adopted a diet that included frequent servings of canned tuna. Sausalito, Calif.-based Safe Catch offers a wide variety of fish products in cans and […]

Earth911 Inspiration: Nature Is an Infinite Sphere

Earth911 Inspiration: Nature Is an Infinite Sphere

Earth911 is a universal resource that helps you find your own shade of green. We educate and inform consumers, businesses and communities to inspire thought and facilitate earth-positive consumer decisions. Small changes by thousands of individuals will have a lasting, positive impact. More ideas make less waste!

Amid the Sprawl, a Long Island Prairie Makes a Quiet Comeback

Amid the Sprawl, a Long Island Prairie Makes a Quiet Comeback

The Hempstead Plains Preserve is a place where you can imagine the presence of creatures past. Birdfoot violets, now gone, once colored the landscape with a wash of purple in spring. The heath hen, a large grouse that went extinct 90 years ago, performed its elaborate courtship dances on the Plains. On a late afternoon in October, the slanting autumn […]

Wood Stoves for Home Heating

Wood Stoves for Home Heating

There are many reasons why natural gas is the most common home heating source in America while fewer than 10% of U.S. homes burn wood as a primary heat source. If your home is in the wood-burning camp, you already know that fireplaces are not the best home heating system. Fuel availability is often the driving force behind choosing to […]

Sustainable Gift-Giving for the Holidays

Sustainable Gift-Giving for the Holidays

We all want to do our part to help the environment. Then the holidays roll around, and POOF! Suddenly our carbon footprint grows bigger than a Yeti’s. We spend too much, stand in line (virtual and IRL), and even feel resentful about holiday gift-giving. How can we stay true to our sustainability values when we’re expected to buy, buy, and […]

Earth911 Quiz #65: Know Your American Environmental History

Earth911 Quiz #65: Know Your American Environmental History

While the nation is ideologically divided on climate change, people throughout our history have acted to protect the land, wildlife, and humans from pollution. In this Earth911 Quiz, you’ll test your knowledge of the U.S. environmental leaders who have helped the nation focus on sustaining life on this Earth. Making smart sustainable choices requires practice. Earth911’s weekly sustainability quiz helps […]

CO2 Is Legally a Pollutant Now

CO2 Is Legally a Pollutant Now

Inflation Reduction Act doesn’t sound like the name of a bill to curb greenhouse gas emissions. But the economy is linked to the environment, and the IRA aims to make that link a more sustainable one. Buried in this money bill is a clause that lays the legal foundation for stronger federal oversight of the emissions most significant to climate […]

How an Early Oil Industry Study Became Key in Climate Lawsuits

How an Early Oil Industry Study Became Key in Climate Lawsuits

Carroll Muffett began wondering in 2008 when the world’s biggest oil companies had first understood the science of climate change and their product’s role in causing it. A lawyer then working as a consultant to environmental groups, he started researching the question at night and on weekends, ordering decades-old reports, books, and magazines off Amazon and eBay, or from academic […]