Hunters do play a large part in conservation efforts across the U.S. through their taxes, licenses and donations. That being said, the mere act of hunting alone is not conservation.
If you are armed with a few facts, you can eat healthier without breaking the bank.
The holidays are indeed a hugely wasteful time of the year, but there are many ways we can reduce our impact and still enjoy this special season.
Given Instagram’s limited functionality, activists and groups have to be creative to make the most of the photo-dominant platform to stand out from the crowd. Here are a few of the best.
While the emerald ash borer is found almost exclusively on ash trees, several other invasive bugs are also plaguing other types of forests across the continent.
While many of us shudder at the thought of living a subterranean lifestyle, at least making the option available to those who choose it willingly could be a big win for the environment.
Some people are worried about “sky pollution” and "space junk." But despite the drawbacks, there are plenty of good reasons to like satellites if you care about the environment.
In case you needed another reason to get off the couch and out into the woods on a waterfall hike, now you have it. You’ll be sharper, more productive, and possibly happier.
To date, no great apes are known to have contracted the coronavirus, and those humans who study and protect them would like to keep it that way.
About a third of the plastic produced worldwide is for single-use applications (bottles, bags, utensils, food storage, etc.) — and it is these items that most commonly end up on the side of the road.
Avocados — most of which are flown in from Central America — can be a drag on your carbon footprint.
In short, not so good. Global Forest Watch found that the world lost some 3.8 million hectares of tropical primary forest in 2019 — equivalent to one soccer field every six seconds and an area about the size of Switzerland in total.
Graduating from college in 2020 means entering the job market in a cratered economy. The last time this happened was in the years following th…
Sitting by the ocean, listening to the waves crash is one of the easiest ways to relax and recharge. Fortunately, there’s one thing that can t…
In a pandemic, tipping becomes a community love language.
When simple questions become existential, like “Why does my housemate enjoy playing that song on repeat?” or “At what point do I attempt to cut my own hair?” it’s time to get it together.
Even when your brain feels like it’s shorting out, it’s actually trying its best to protect you.
Recent studies on both humans and mice have found that being gently rocked like an infant can help with sleep, but most of us can't shell out …
Certain vitamins, minerals and other supplements can support your immune system as a whole, even though they haven’t been researched for their…
Though our online activity uses no paper, it still consumes quite a lot of energy.
A crisis brings out the worst in us, but it can bring out the best in us too.
In the northern regions of the world, a great change is taking place. Permafrost, which covers around 25% of exposed land in the Northern Hemisphere, is melting.
A recent analysis found that measures to contain the coronavirus in China have resulted in reductions in output of 15% to 40% across key industrial sectors there.
Validation — even for basic “adulting” — can tell us we’re on the right track.