natural resources

It takes more than 1,500 gallons of water to make a chocolate bar. Consider limiting your consumption of these foods as part of a water-wise diet.
Even in dry states, it’s unclear whether the reused water would be safe.
Wildfire-prone communities across the West want trees removed from public land, but timber companies aren't turning a profit.
Global warming, worsening droughts, vanishing groundwater and growing populations will make the U.S. more vulnerable to water
The whistleblower who exposed elevated blood lead levels in Flint children says the decision is premature.
James Reilly, 63, has been tapped for director of the U.S. Geological Survey.
“It’s better for the environment that the U.S. produces energy,” Ryan Zinke wrote.
The Goldman Prize recognizes grassroots efforts to defend the planet.
On World Water Day, a massive rally unfolded in Lagos, Africa's most populous city, to protest the ongoing water crisis.
Legalized marijuana is the fastest growing industry in the U.S., but as more and more states legalize cannabis cultivation, what can be done to curb the growing carbon footprint of this natural resource hungry industry?
Environmental protection is good for tourism too. But Mexico has generally managed this industry badly, leading to negative
On December 2, 2016, Katie Rogers of the New York Times reported that: I should add that organizational dysfunction is not
This "necropolitics" - the politics of death - is the violent core of what scholar Bobby Banerjee defines as necrocapitalism
I park at meters in certain cities for free. I invite more towns to offer this. I recently got an electric car. There are
Image source: Africa Vernacular Architecture Data Base Image source: BBCIS Compliance-tracking paperwork compiled by NGOs
While violence of all kinds takes a toll, in war, we don't just kill other human beings. We also destroy the forests and fields and crops and water they rely on. We drop bombs, set fires, plant explosive devices, and cause oil spills, and the environmental devastation that follows remains.