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Earth911 Inspiration: Be Nice to the Environment

Earth911 Inspiration: Be Nice to the Environment

Today’s quote is from Tanzanian author Enock Maregesi. “Be nice to the environment. Be nice to animals. Be nice to people. If you do that, you will leave a mark on the world.” Earth911 inspirations. Post them, share your desire to help people think of the planet first, every day. Click the poster to get a larger image. This poster […]

Is DIY Home Solar a Good Idea for You?

Is DIY Home Solar a Good Idea for You?

The popularity of solar power has grown in recent years, thanks to plummeting equipment costs, climbing electricity rates, and the looming climate crisis. And with thousands of do-it-yourself guides and videos online, the DIY culture continues to attract more people. So, it’s no surprise that DIY solar power systems are garnering a lot of interest. As with any DIY project, […]

Tips for Living Sustainably With Celiac Disease

Tips for Living Sustainably With Celiac Disease

For some, adopting a gluten-free lifestyle is a choice. For others, like those living with celiac disease and non-celiac gluten intolerance, eradicating sources of wheat, barley, rye, and sometimes oats becomes necessary for health reasons. When I was diagnosed with celiac disease in August 2022, I realized I had to make some big changes. I needed to rapidly adjust to […]

Best of Earth911 Podcast: Decarbonizing Business With Climate Vault and Genpact

Best of Earth911 Podcast: Decarbonizing Business With Climate Vault and Genpact

Learn how businesses can accelerate the decarbonization of their operations, helping to draw down the more than 1 trillion tons of carbon dioxide emitted by humans during the Industrial Era. Jason Grant, chief operating officer of Climate Vault, and Sanjay Srivastava, chief digital strategist at Genpact, discuss the complicated details of how carbon markets, credits, and allowances work. Climate Vault, […]

We Earthlings: Responsible Consumers

We Earthlings: Responsible Consumers

The average American generates 3.5 times the global average of carbon dioxide emissions annually. That’s 18.55 tons of CO2 emissions per American each year. The stuff we buy is the second-largest source of emissions in the U.S. — 26% of the national total. One way we can reduce our emissions is by considering the impacts of an item before we […]

How To Care for Cast-Iron Cookware

How To Care for Cast-Iron Cookware

Are you considering making the switch to a cast-iron skillet or other cookware? Extremely durable and virtually indestructible, this cookware lasts decades with proper care. But some people may avoid cast iron because they’re not sure how to care for it. Is it hard to clean? Do you have to season it? How do you keep it from rusting? There […]

KO That Cold: 10 Natural Immune System Boosters

KO That Cold: 10 Natural Immune System Boosters

It’s cold and flu season. Children are missing school, adults are missing work and everyone who has been struck has had the unfortunate luck of feeling miserable while they ride out their illness. Rather than just trying to fight off a cold, flu, or other illness once it strikes, why not try to prevent it in the first place? There […]

Fighting Climate Change Through Wetlands Protection

Fighting Climate Change Through Wetlands Protection

February 2 is World Wetlands Day, and if an environmental issue ever needed a day dedicated to raising awareness, it would be wetlands protection. For most of human history, wetlands have been known as swamps or bogs, believed to be the source of disease, and scorned as unproductive. Wetlands have been and continue to be systematically destroyed around the world. […]

How Sustainable Is Lab-Grown Meat?

How Sustainable Is Lab-Grown Meat?

Lab-grown meat is a type of cellular agriculture that grows proteins from a culture, cell by cell, instead of farming it. It’s also called genetically-engineered or cultured meat as well as test-tube meat and stem cell steak. Singapore was the first country to approve a lab-grown meat product, bringing the possibility of getting our dinner from scientists rather than farmers […]

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