Frugal green living: Seven tips to get recession ready

There are some ideas that come around again with every economic crisis.

Business in a changing climate, pollution loopholes, fishing bans: 3 big stories you might have missed

Human Nature shares three stories from the past week that you should know about.

It’s time to dump Earth Day and join the Extinction Rebellion

There is a big green wave coming this way that makes Earth Day look like tired baby boomer nostalgia.

The new Apple AirPods 2 get a big fat zero for repairability

IFixit took them apart, but they can’t put them together.

Witches are hexing Brett Kavanaugh

Witches are holding events to publically curse the guy.

Could this plan force politicians to work together?

This simple idea could change how governments deal with the environment.

Why you should be watching California in September

At the Global Climate Action Summit in California, non-state actors will work to make the commitments necessary to avert the worst effects of climate change.

Thank you, Donald Trump, for making Canadians healthier

In response to the new American tariffs, Canada responded by taxing American sweets, meats and whiskies.

Conservationist named in Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People in Business

Dr. M. Sanjayan, CEO of Conservation International, was named one of Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People in Business for 2018.

Behind those iconic golden arches, a commitment to sustainability

McDonald’s committed to making 100 percent of its packaging sustainable by 2025.

What on Earth is the ‘blue economy’?

On the first day of the Economist World Ocean Summit, we break down the “blue economy.”

To tackle environmental challenges, start with students

A new partnership between Conservation International (CI) and Arizona State University (ASU) forges a new approach to conservation and sustainable development.

Does Yosemite need a Starbucks?

More than 20,000 people have signed a petition asking that a new Starbucks be stopped from opening in the national park.

Ozone hole is officially shrinking, proof that international treaties can be effective

New NASA study offers first direct proof that the ozone hole is recovering thanks to the Montreal Protocol treaty and the international ban on CFCs.

Jargon Watch: Design for Disposability

Leyla Acaroglu explains how we got into this mess.

Britain is frantic now that China won’t take plastic waste

For 20 years, China has essentially been the UK’s plastic dump. Now that door is closed and nobody knows what to do.

Staggering e-waste numbers revealed in grim new report

Picture this: In 2016 the world generated enough e-waste to fill a line of 18-wheelers from New York to Bangkok and back.

Forget Bitcoins; invest in green renewable energy with WePower tokens

They are a new way to raise money and build green power.

The solution to single-use plastics is simple: Ban them

The UN Environment Assembly is putting together a “political declaration on pollution,” but we need action more than words at this point.

Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante drastically cut by Presidential decree

But this won’t go down without a fight.

If you support walkable and bikeable cities, then support Small Business Saturday

This year, take a side in the war on the car, and support stores on your neighborhood bike lane or transit route.

Giving thanks for four decades of protecting turkeys

The wild turkey is one of the most enduring symbols of Thanksgiving – but you may not know how close we’ve all come to losing these birds. As recently as 1973, there were only about 1.5 million wild turkeys in all of North America.

After 139 years, General Electric stops making light bulbs

There will be indignation, but this is the result of one of the most successful transformations of a market in our lifetime