As we near Election 2020 it is time to concentrate on all that President Trump has done. Including drastically changing the GOP GOP, Trump's GOP, Environment, Drilling, Superfund Sites, Republican National Convention, Election 2020
The children's book Tripping through Time and One Tree Planted are working together to save the planet. One tree at a time.
There is a qualifiable impact of the Coronavirus, on the environment. Reductions Carbon Monoxide and Nitrogen Dioxide mean a cleaner environment.
SAN DIEGO: The first Earth Day occurred on April 22, 1970. Taking care of our one and only Earth is something that should occur on a daily basis. Earth Day should be the first day you do more to give Mother Earth a little tender loving care. What was notable about the first Earth Day ...
Companies and individuals have made numerous attempts to recycle single use plastics. But most end up in sanitary landfills. Or worse, in our environment.
Taking care of our one and only Earth is something that should occur on a daily basis, not just on Earth Day. The environment once destroyed will mean the extinction of man.
Celebrating 100 years of education, conservation and inspiration, August 25th marks the centennial anniversary of the National Park Service - get out and get into our National Parks
The Salton Sea is fading, leaving in its place a toxic dustbowl that could cause a public health crisis
The Environmental Protection Agecy award nearly $2.7 million in contract enhancements to Environmental Restoration LLC, the contractor responsible for ruining the Animas River
It is time to impeach EPA Chief Gina McCarthy; the list of wrongs is egregious and has caused harm to the very environment they are charged with protecting.
"The Great Invisible" amply documents the ongoing nightmare that survivors of the BP disaster have endured.
President Obama's preliminary consent to Shell Oil to drill for oil in the perilous waters of the Chukchi Sea means that fragile Arctic waters are in danger.
"Oil Spill" hardly defines the disasters of the Exxon Valdez, BP Oil and now Plains All American - they are environmental tragedies
Ceres calls on its members to advocate prominently for stronger carbon limits and more sustainable energy polices in the U.S. and abroad.
The group's current programs on water scarcity and transportation were showcased recently at Ceres's annual conference at San Francisco's Fairmount Hotel in mid-May.
It is well documented that federal programs mandating the treatment of sewage and industrial waste prior to disposal into our rivers and the Bay has been successful.
A deeply insightful and unflinching look at the global threats posed by climate change, environmental devastation, and economic injustice.
If we merely avoid doing really stupid things and otherwise “keep calm and carry on,” we can weigh costs versus benefits and safely ignore global warming
WASHINGTON, December 23, 2014 – In the 1970s, prognosticators predicted that he world’s then proven oil reserves would be exhausted by 2000; the most pessimistic predicted that oil shortages would be chronic until we exhausted the resource in the early part of this century. Since then, proven oil reserves have continued to grow. New technologies ...
RANCHO SANTA FE, Calif., October 17, 2014 — Nature abhors a vacuum, and so do our major political Parties. In the absence of a cogent resource policy, they rush to fill the void, not with long-term strategic plans, but rather with random musings that only have to survive an election cycle. We deserve better, but ...