Month: April 2019

Loving Nature

Outdoor Adventures for Kids by Ronica A. O’Hara Getting kids off the couch and into the great outdoors can be a challenge when they tend...

Fuel Folly

Nuclear Waste Disposal Remains Elusive A new report issued by environmental watchdog Greenpeace details the growing global dangers of accumulating nuclear waste that will remain...

Over Dose

Citrus Crops to Receive Human Antibiotics Scientists at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) expressed concern over a recent ruling by the U.S. Department of...

Balancing Act

Endangered Species on the Rebound The Endangered Species Act seems to be working, with more than 75 percent of protected marine mammals and sea turtles...

Muddled Message

GMO Labeling Diluted Under final rules released by the current administration, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s national labeling standard for genetically modified organisms (GMOs) completely...

Worldwide Worry

Environmental Risks Register as Top Threat Environmental risks are the top three concerns among the 1,000 global decision-makers surveyed in the latest Global Risks Perception...

Power Switch

Taking a Home Off the Grid by Jim Motavalli Jesse Stafford and Alyssa Craft quit their jobs in 2015, bought five acres of remote land...

Into the Woods

Hiking for Health and Happiness by Marlaina Donato Many of us equate fitness with going to the gym, but a good hike in a natural...

POTLUCK FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

Breaking Bread, Building Community by April Thompson Americans are eating alone more than ever, with adults going solo for nearly half of all meals, according...

Help for Type 2 Diabetes Sufferers

Dr. Zane Sterling, owner of Dynamic Fat Loss, is offering a successful workshop titled Reverse Type 2 Diabetes, Right Now. The interactive workshop explains the...