When can food packaging actually be good for the environment?
A radical rethinking of our fast food future: Eat insects, not cows.
At the ball game or the coastline, we can practice boredom.
Disease can spread from animals to humans—and back again
New research has shown that milk proteins called caseins, a byproduct of cheese production that normally gets dumped down the sewer, could help make fabrics more flame-retardant.
With smokers flicking an estimated 4.5 trillion cigarette butts into the ecosphere each year, it’s time take a tougher stand against the toxin-laden litter.
Digital artist Andrea Polli has managed to make air pollution visible—and beautiful.
You’ve heard about the “maker movement,” the geeks who’ve been rebooting America’s craft tradition.
My father-in-law was in the dairy business for over 40 years, and—as might be expected—he had nothing good to say about margarine.
Are big-screen portrayals of environmental issues actually driving children and adults to think about biodiversity or conservation in a meaningful way?