Featured by Angely Mercado
How publicly-owned power could shape the future of clean energy
Millions of people already rely on democratically-controlled power grids.
Volcanoes could be our fiery allies in the fight against carbon emissions
Weathering is key to locking up some of the atmosphere's natural carbon dioxide.
4 reasons to let your lawn grow wild
A beautiful lawn doesn't have to be plain.
Oil-eating bacteria can survive in frigid Canadian waters
Canada's oil industry is heating up—making risky spills more likely.
Is ‘vegan’ leather really better for the planet?
Step away from the pleather.
People are moving into risky flood zones—but they may not have a choice
Rapidly developing cities in Asia are especially affected.
Composting a human body, explained
Composting dead bodies may have once been taboo—but it's a real option for eco-conscious burials.
There’s a reason human-wildlife clashes are on the rise
Flooding, ice melts, and droughts push humans closer to wild animals, with sometimes horrific results.
What is ecocide, and why might it be criminalized worldwide?
Intentionally harming the planet could be discussed in the same international court that tries war crimes.
How to lower your dog or cat’s carbon pawprint
You can love your pets and the planet at the same time.