What do you think is the world's greenest country? "Greenest country" is defined as the country doing the best on the Environmental Performance Index (EPI). Pick who you think did the best meeting national environment goals. And learn more about the winners and the EPI here:
Pledge to breakup with plastic this Valentine's day! Today's action is inspired by https://www.facebook.com/events/359494214062709/. According o the Clean Air Council, less than 1 percent of plastic bags are recycled each year. Recycling one ton of plastic bags costs $4,000. The recycled product can
With the Environmental Protection Agency’s new requirements that reduce air pollution, do you support fracking?
Fracking, a drilling technique to produce natural gas, remains one of the most controversial energy issues in recent years. Supporters claim that fracking has led to a large increase in natural gas production that is far cleaner than coal, decreased dependency on foreign oil and jobs creation.
Overfishing is destroying the marine ecosystem by depleting fish stocks that hundreds of millions of people worldwide depend on for food and livelihood. Scientists predict that the global fish supplies could collapse by 2050 because many species are being fished faster than they can
The U.S. alone uses over 100 billion plastic bags and produces 31 million tons of plastic waste per year. Plastic bags are a huge problem to dispose of because each one takes up to a thousand years to degrade. Where are these billions of bags going in the meantime? Each square mile of the ocean