To minimize the negative impacts of irresponsible electronics disposal, City College of New York (CCNY) should initiate a more inclusive campus-wide e-waste collections and management program.
Weeks before the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil considers relaxing its Amazon rainforest policy – but do we have any right to complain?
The five most beautiful national parks that most people have never heard of.
Today is our nation's 79th National Beer Day. In honor of this unofficial holiday, here are ways breweries are making an environmental and social difference.
The Arabian Gulf is the world's region most hydrocarbon-rich region, yet some leaders are investing in more sustainable energy sources.
In-depth report: The EPA's standards for monitoring toxic sludge are woeful, and that's because of a concerted lobbying effort to rebrand sewage sludge as natural "compost."
Growing ivory demand in Asia is leading to increased poaching of African elephants. A full ban on ivory trade and concerted action by all players are necessary to end the massacre of elephants.
The AP reported on Tuesday that the Interior Department is developing a plan to shoot or remove barred owls to increase the population of the northern spotted owl.