Salt is an essential element of life. But contrary to popular belief, all salt is not created equal.
The time is now to make some small changes that can make a big impact on our planet. And it starts with swapping that hamburger for a veggie burger.
Researchers have concluded that humanity’s daily hustle and bustle may be making it harder for bees to find nectar-rich flowers.
Colony Collapse Disorder is making it harder to find quality beeswax—a sacred substance and popular alternative to petroleum-laced, GMO candles.
How the Feds let industry pollute the nation’s underground water supply.
Do you believe in people power? Here’s one activist’s account of her community’s battle with a Titan.
The world’s most widely used insecticide is not only devastating honeybee colonies. A groundbreaking study reveals extreme pesticide pollution is also killing dragonflies, snails, and other water-based species in mass amounts.
Plastic breaks down into toxic fish food in the ocean, then we eat the fish. It turns out this ugly circle of life is way worse than it sounds.
Thanks to advances in cell cultivation, researchers are closer than ever to growing real, edible meat in labs. And those Franken-burgers (and Franken-nuggets) might just help save the planet.
The holidays are a great time to look back on the progress we’ve made in the last year and prepare for what’s ahead. With that in mind, here’s a look at ten big environmental victories of 2012.