In 2005, Gordon Hempton, an Emmy-winning natural-sounds recording artist who was recovering from a bout of temporary deafness chose this tiny spot of land in the Hoh Rain Forest and declared it a sanctuary of quiet. The One Square Inch project was born.
Through painstaking efforts, the displaced Tibetans have managed to preserve their language, spirituality, and cultural identity.
Are carbon offsets a way to get flying back on the side of the angels?
When venues want to reduce their environmental toll, they turn to a Gandhi-inspired scientist.
Eco-crusader Vandana Shiva explains why we must reevaluate our relationship with trees.
Painful as they are, natural disasters are an inextricable part of the world around us.
Commuting by bike becomes even sweeter you're provided incentives to ride.
Literally “dark earth,” Amazonian terra preta has un-pretty names like biochar and agrichar.
The earth’s climate is a finely balanced dynamic system.