Climate change researchers have found that Thoreau's observations in the mid-1800s help measure changes in climate.
Check out Earth's Journey for recycled, up-cycled and/or environmentally friendly art.
After 250 years, scientists are just getting started naming all of the species on Earth — though they've collected quite a bit of information so far - and the Encyclopedia of Life aims to collect all of the information about life on Earth in one place. Find out how you can use — and help build — this terrific online tool.
Find out in just a few keystrokes where to go and when to cast your vote.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service opens the debate of whether to remove the Northern Rocky gray wolf from the Endangered Species List.
Enjoy each season for the sensual experiences each affords.
The dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico has expanded to nearly the size of New Jersey, and if no action is taken to reduce the nitrogen and phosphorous runoff, it will only get worse.
October 15 is Blog Action Day and this year the topic is poverty. Here are several related blog posts on this subject, especially as it relates to the sustainable living topics that we write about every day.
As 923 million people continue to starve around the world, an event called World Food Day is working to help. Held every year on October 16, people meet in small groups to discuss ways to alleviate hunger in their own communities.
Over 200 million children worldwide are forced into child labor because of poverty. Help stop this from happening by becoming aware and getting involved.
Celebrate National Wildlife Refuge Week at your local wildlife refuge!
New EPA regulations require 35 percent reduced emissions from lawn-care equipment by 2011.
Join Carrotmob in the movement to help local businesses become more green.
Check out the Hunger Site to give 1.1 cups of food to the hungry.