“It’s climate change mitigation, it’s food security, it’s agriculture that cares for people and the planet,” Pattie Gonia says.
Entrepreneur and sustainability expert Camilla Marcus shares her tips for making eco-friendly actions part of your everyday life
Presented with REVERB and Support + Feed, Overheated will feature live performances, expert conversations, a documentary film – and, of course, a plant-based menu
Strawberries can be labor- and resource-intensive to grow. Now, a group of vertical farming start-ups is creating ideal conditions to cultivate them indoors with less land and water – but will this high-priced produce go mainstream?
Fast fashion now accounts for 88 percent of the clothing industry in the U.S. – and it's making a big impact on the planet
Lovers of trendy tinned fish act like anchovies are bountiful, sustainable, and barely animals at all. None of that is true.
The beer giant joins AB InBev and others in turning grain into wholesome plant milk
Traditional coffee roasting is done on gas-powered machines using beans that may or may not be ethically sourced. Bellwether Coffee is changing that, offering technology that can significantly reduce emissions and developing an industry-leading pricing model to support farmers.
Fast-fashion hauls are terrible for the planet. If you need to add some new items to your wardrobe for spring, try these instead.
Because it's Earth Week *and* 4/20
A survey gives a peek at top business leaders' commitment to environmental sustainability
"There are endangered humans whose lives are at stake because of social and environmental injustices," the author and activist says.
Eco-conscious shopping can be hard. Here are ten common labels and what they mean.
Learn how to start your own compost collection process with these easy steps and tips to get started.
As Manatees Experience ‘Record-Breaking Mortality’ Linked to Pollution, Wildlife Officials Race to Rescue and Feed the Survivors
Pollution in Florida's waters have devastated the manatees and their food sources, leaving many of the mammals starving to death
Climate Change Is Making Food Less Healthy – and Putting Millions of People at Risk of Nutrient Deficiencies
Excess CO2 reduces the production of protein and other nutrients in crops like corn, wheat, soy beans, and rice. As CO2 levels rise, scientists and economists are racing to help our global agriculture system adapt.
These inspiring young people come from around the world and have different approaches to making change – but what they all have in common is an urgent desire to protect the planet
Your Microplastic-Packed Gym Clothes Are Polluting the Oceans. These Sustainable Activewear Brands Want to Help.
Textiles are responsible for 35 percent of microplastic pollution in the world's oceans – and the synthetic fibers shed when activewear goes through the wash are a way bigger factor than you might think
Air Vodka bills itself as the first-ever carbon-negative spirit
A stunning 8.2 billion pounds of Taco Bell sauce packets end up in landfills every year
The Single Origin Food Company makes honey substitutes using ethically-sourced plant-based sweeteners
Cactus has been eaten in Mexico and elsewhere for generations. It's time for the rest of the world to catch up.
Living in a van simplifies the complicated and it complicates the simple. Not having electricity, a fridge, or running water can be a big complication.
From plates full of mycelium to upcycled industrial food waste, Larissa Zimberoff has done a deep dive into the science of what we'll eat in the future
Yes, we said cactus leather.
"I could no longer be involved," Doug Hines, longtime seafood industry insider turned TUNO founder, says. "It was impossible to see a sustainable future."
Make responsible choices about where you go, how you travel, and how you connect with local communities
The Pad, located near some of Colorado's iconic slopes, is designed to make ski trips more sustainable – and accessible
Environment-minded investors used the annual shareholder meetings of Exxon Mobil and Chevron to send a message
Root-to-stem cooking makes the most out of fruits and vegetables, and it’ll help you build more sustainable habits in the kitchen and in your diet.
While it may not sound too appealing, the ugly fruit movement is flourishing in Europe. The trend can’t catch on soon enough here in the States. Here's what it's all about—and how you can embrace it at the supermarket and local farmers' market.
Switching to a plant-based diet was the single most important move I could make to help the environment