If you’re thinking about booking a stay at one of the many eco-tourism destinations that have popped up in the last few years, be on high alert for greenwashing.
A more efficient method for choosing which areas to protect could reduce friction with polluters while preserving essential biodiversity.
These upcycled headphones are helping to slow rainforest destruction.
New findings show deforestation around rivers, a tactic thought to increase flow and therefore production at downstream dams, does the opposite.
Coral reefs can heal themselves, but can take decades. CoralBots could lend a hand (literally) to speed up the process.
In addition to thwarting the efforts of illegal poachers, the drones could also give the public a bird’s eye view of endangered animals.
Is it possible to care for the planet and still turn a profit? Meet two companies who are doing just that.
A one-of-a-kind concession stand in Indiana is, at once, a work of art, a functional green building, a science exhibit, a recreation area and a respectful lesson in resource conservation and life cycle analysis.
In “Pass the Can”, players crush a virtual aluminum can, pass it to Facebook friends, and at the same time encourage real-world recycling and contribute to a ‘green’ cause.
A survey of environmentalists by Corporate Knights magazine puts two Republicans at the top of the list of “Greenest U.S. Presidents.”