Hawaii is taking steps to protect its residents and tourists by banning sunscreens that are made with specific harmful toxins.
Bridal showers are a great excuse to gather with all the women in your life—but without careful consideration, they can often turn wasteful. (Think multiple garbage bags just from the wrapping paper alone.) Honor your values by making your celebration as green as possible and hosting a sustainable, natural bridal shower. Here’s how to get started.
Researchers have discovered that they can track the presence of sharks through DNA left behind in seawater.
Single-use plastic has been discovered in the deepest trenches of our oceans, which are thousands of miles away from the mainland.
The Editorial Director of MOTHER EARTH NEWS examines the ways of gathering hay that he’s tried through the years.
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As scientists and farmer seek ways to make crops more drought resistant, a breakthrough in the wheat genome offers new information.
Explanation of the purpose and function of a Squirrel's Tail