Environmental Prodigy

Bill Gates. Martin Luther King Jr. Gandi. These are all leaders – past and present – that diagnosed a problem in the world and...

Mariah Smith’s Alternative Spring Break with Greening Forward

EDITOR'S NOTE: This reflective blog post is a part of series of blogs written by students from Grand Valley State University who spent their...

Creating Sustainability: One Bottle At A Time

This summer, on vacation, I spent nine days in our nations capital. It was remarkable in all aspects, but one. The people who subsided...

What is “Fair Trade”?

by Micheal Bloch You may have seen the term "fair trade" advertised on some products or by merchants and businesses. What does the certification mean...

Stop Water Contamination

Nearly everyone is aware of water’s many essential qualities. So when water pollution occurs, no one can truly be surprised at the devastating effects...

3 Takeaways for All Young Environmentalists

As a young environmental activist, you might be wondering how to expand your resources. What steps can you take to strengthen your impact? Last...

Age Doesn’t Matter

By Charles Orgbon   The Veterans, Baby Boomers, Gen X and Gen Y all describe generations that had a specific set of values and beliefs unique...

Water Quality and Your Community

Water. Although plentiful, this molecule is the building block of our bodies. To begin, watch this. In August, we're focusing on polluted areas and how we can...

What Types of Plastics Can Be Recycled?

Written by Jourdan Rassás, contributing reporter for earth911.com _____________________________________________________________   Plastics are identified by numbers 1 through 7. Usually located on the bottom of the package, this number...

Are you Eating Genetically Modified Foods?

By Marion Owen, Fearless Weeder for PlanTea, Inc. and Co-author of Chicken Soup for the Gardener's Soul While unpacking groceries, you pull out the bag of...