Climate-Friendly Diet Healthier for People and the Planet

That's the conclusion of researchers at Tulane University and the University of Michigan, who announced the findings of their...

Consumers Are Making it a Green Christmas

This year, more consumers are "going green" for the holidays. USA Today reports that people are looking for non-wasteful gifts that won't harm the...

Students and Oysters Restore New York Harbor

New York, NY—New York’s harbor is getting a facelift, thanks to the Billion Oyster Project. The Billion Oyster Project—a largely student-operated project that just hosted...

Denmark Wants To Label Food Based on Environmental Impact

Denmark—Here’s a concept: food products labeled so that, at a glance, anyone can tell how much of an impact it had on the environment...

OTA Moving Ahead with Check-Off Program to Support Organic Farmers

Washington, D.C. — The Organic Trade Association (OTA) announced plans to push for a voluntary, organic check-off program, which it says will help promote,...

Ambitious Goals and Unexpected Hurdles to Mitigating Greenhouse Gases

Large retail chains are discovering that reducing greenhouse gases is easier said than done, reports NPR. Specifically Walmart, which unveiled Project Gigaton, a plan...

Study Reveals Neonics Harm Bees in Areas with Less Biodiversity

Neonicotinoid pesticides, commonly known as “neonics” have been a global debate because of the toxins and effects they have on insects. Experiments have shown...

Prenatal Exposure to Coal Emissions from Across State Lines

A new study published in the Journal of Public Analysis and Management has found evidence that prenatal exposure to emissions from a Pennsylvania Power...

Carbon Emissions Flat for Third Straight Year

Paris, France — According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions were flat in 2016, at 32.1 gigatonnes, for the...

Washington State Sues Monsanto Over PCBs

Seattle, WA — According to a Washington Post article, Washington has become the first state to sue Monsanto for pervasive pollution from polychlorinated biphenyls...

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