The green movement is poised to save our civilization from destruction. In such a vital role for the survival of humanity, we must have an approach that is not only diverse but intersectional as well, taking into account the lived experiences of those working to preserve the planet.
Whether you are afraid of living in an empty house, you fear you will grow bored sitting at home, or have any other concerns, there are ways to navigate these changes and challenges.
With the development of groups like the Sierra Club and the celebration of Earth Day, most people understand our environment is changing. As the general public is wising up to the need to protect our natural world, corporations are feeling the push to evolve and adopt more sustainable business practices. However, it is more than just meeting their bottom line and making a profit. So, why is it important for companies to become more eco-friendly?
Resource conservation is the responsibility of individuals, small businesses, and large corporations alike. You can make a difference at the individual level in a number of ways, from reducing food waste and conserving water to making donations to organizations that are dedicated to conservation efforts.
Youth sports are at the core of a typical American upbringing. Not only do sports encourage important skills such as teamwork, self-confidence, and health, but student athletes can get the chance to qualify for college scholarships after high school graduation.
So how can we bring sustainable practices into rural parts of the country? Residents in rural areas can make small changes to incorporate sustainability into their daily lives, but can it be done on a larger scale as well? This article will explore the ways in which rural living and sustainability intersect, from sustainable communities to large-scale industrial farmsteads.
You may have heard of counterfeit drugs in the context of rave culture and illegal substances. However, you may be surprised to find out that there are a number of subpar, fake drugs flying around the global pharmaceutical industry itself. That’s right — people are getting counterfeit medication and suffering the consequences of it.