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Earth Day Adventures: Six Family-Friendly Activities to Connect with Nature

Earth Day Adventures: Six Family-Friendly Activities to Connect with Nature

Earth Day, coming up on April 22nd, is a global event dedicated to connecting us to our planet and promoting environmental awareness. Family members can connect with each other and nature, teaching children about sustainability. Earth Day is the perfect opportunity for fun and educational Spring outdoor adventures. Here are six family-friendly activities to help you celebrate Earth Day and […]

Get Ready To Celebrate Earth Day 2024!

Get Ready To Celebrate Earth Day 2024!

Earth Day, celebrated annually on April 22, is a reminder of our responsibility as part of nature to protect and nurture our planet. With Earth Day 2024 coming later this month, it’s the perfect time to plan the personal actions you can take to make a significant difference in reducing human environmental impact. Here are 10 ideas from leading environmental […]

We Earthlings: 90 Companies Account for 2/3 of Global CO2 Emissions

We Earthlings: 90 Companies Account for 2/3 of Global CO2 Emissions

Did you know only 90 companies account for two-thirds of the industrial CO2 (carbon dioxide) and CH4 (methane) emissions in the world? Ninety companies with billions of customers who can send a clear signal that they want responsibly zero-carbon products. Think about how you can send one message every four days and reach every major polluter in a year. Data […]

Hurricanes 101: Preparing For The Power Of Extreme Weather

Hurricanes 101: Preparing For The Power Of Extreme Weather

In the past, except for people who lived in a few warm-climate coastal communities, hardly anyone besides sailors gave much thought to hurricanes. But hurricanes are becoming more common and more severe with climate change. As coastal populations grow, more communities are being affected by hurricanes. Even if you live far from the ocean, hurricanes can affect more than just […]

Earth911 Special Video Event: How Saving Krill Could Help Save The Planet

Earth911 Special Video Event: How Saving Krill Could Help Save The Planet

Tune in for an important conversation about the future of krill, the billions of tiny crustaceans that are a keystone in the food chain of the Southern Ocean that surrounds Antarctica. Overfishing of krill to make Omega-3 oil products also threatens a vital carbon sink that pulls planet-warming CO2 from the environment. This special video event features environmental journalist Ashlan Cousteau of EarthEcho International, Doug Heske, […]

Do You Live Near a Superfund Site?

Do You Live Near a Superfund Site?

Thanks to famous sites like Love Canal, everybody knows that a Superfund site is seriously polluted. But most polluted areas are not famous – there are more than 1300 Superfund sites on the National Priorities List, and many of them have been waiting for 40 years without much action. Chances are you live close to at least one heavily polluted […]

Extreme Weather Summer Scorecard – How Did You Fare?

Extreme Weather Summer Scorecard – How Did You Fare?

Remember when summertime meant living was easy? Summer used to be the season of backyard barbecues, trips to the beach, and vegetable gardens full of fresh produce. Those things aren’t gone, but these days summer seems more likely to be about dealing with heat waves, Category 5 hurricanes, and wildfires. It’s not just your imagination that things are getting worse. […]

Earth911 Podcast: Author John J. Berger on Solving Climate Crisis

Earth911 Podcast: Author John J. Berger on Solving Climate Crisis

For many of us, the Climate Crisis looks like a brick wall, something the internal combustion-driven economy will slam into and total the system we grew up in. John J. Berger, Ph.D., author of Solving the Climate Crisis: Frontline Reports from the Race to Save the Earth, explored the path forward without getting up with the doom-saying that discourages people from […]

Earth911 Podcast: Simen Saetre on Making Salmon a New, Domesticated Fish

Earth911 Podcast: Simen Saetre on Making Salmon a New, Domesticated Fish

Farmed salmon has been touted as a solution to food scarcity as the world turns to eating more seafood. The United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization estimates that seafood production must increase 29.3% by 2030 to keep up with demand. Our guest today is Simen Sætre, who coauthored The New Fish: The Truth about Farmed Salmon and the Consequences We […]

The Best Electric Vehicles on the Market in 2023 and 2024

The Best Electric Vehicles on the Market in 2023 and 2024

Thinking of abandoning your internal combustion engine for an electric vehicle (EV)? There are more electric vehicles than ever before, and numerous vehicle types, including electric pickups, luxury EVs, and SUVs on the market. Advances in battery technology are also boosting vehicle range, and an increasingly robust charging infrastructure makes electric cars more appealing than ever. Tesla sets itself apart […]