The temperature and the currents of the ocean are changing dramatically in the face of climate change. Learn what NEEF has to say about Climate Change and the Oceans
Learn how the birds and bees are being affected by climate change, and what you can do to protect these vital creatures for a more vibrant and healthy ecosystem.
Climate change will affect our natural world – and the built world. Here, NEEF dives into how climate change will disrupt transportation infrastructure
Healthy soils are the key to a healthier planet! Healthy soils are a huge carbon sink, and are an exciting new field of climate research.
Animal agriculture is the elephant in the room when it comes to sustainability; solar and EVs are great, but I think it’s going to be lab grown meat that makes the biggest impact on our sustainable future.
Learn why climate change activism is one of the most powerful movements in the country, and find out how to get involved.
Today marks Ecological deficit day, the date each year in which the United States busts its annual ecological budget, utilizing more resources and services than U.S. ecosystems can regenerate within the full year, according to a new report released by Global Footprint Network, an international sustainability think tank with offices in North America, Europe, and […]
Sustainable investment has never been this fun: Oroeco is building the world’s first Climate Impact Fund and needs YOUR help. Vote today to build the Fund.
From our friends at Oroeco, the top 10 climate-saving resolutions for 2015 will get your budget, your body and the planet off to a great start!
Earlier this year I penned a popular mythbusting guide to hydraulic fracturing, also known as ‘fracking’, the process of extracting shale gas by drilling and injecting fluid into the ground at a very high pressure. This process is intensive and potentially risky because the pressure is required to fracture the shale rocks and release the […]
You will probably have already heard about the Green Deal initiative. Despite the obvious attractions and incentives to sign up and make some energy saving improvements to your property, you should consider all finer points of the scheme. Understanding its purpose and the principals behind it will help you make an informed decision. Here are […]
Memorial Day is a great American tradition, in which we take a day to remember and to celebrate our fallen soldiers. Here is Green Living Ideas’ top five list of ways to have an awesome, and sustainable, Memorial Day. Play some carbon-free games with friends and family. Get out from behind the TV, skip the […]
What can you get for a dollar these days? Well, a quick google search would show that you can buy any wide number of items for such a bargain. Things like cheeseburgers, music downloads and you’re favorite watered down brew can all be had for such a price. But what if I told you, that […]
Former Vice President Al Gore delivered a powerful address to a packed house at the Stan Sheriff Center at the University of Hawaii at Manoa last night. Environmentally, Gore is most famous, perhaps, for his 2006 speaking tour and subsequent documentary called An Inconvenient Truth, but as opening speaker Senator Brian Schatz pointed out, Mr. Gore […]
In case you have not heard, our bee populations are in big trouble. Experts from around the world have been reporting on declining bee populations across the world, and the disappearance of our winged friends. Bee populations help pollinate the majority of our food crops around the world, and without bees pollinating our crops, our […]
Ed. note: Today we have some startling news about soybeans, shared from our sister site Eat. Drink. Better. Learn more about how soy growing companies are ruining the ecology and economy of Argentina, in pursuit of cheaper meat. Soybeans: Factory Farming and the Destruction of Lands and Lives in Argentina (via http://eatdrinkbetter.com) Jonty Whittleton in […]