Coal is a leading fossil fuel consumed for fulfilling energy demands across the globe. However, like oil and natural gas,
Earth Day is a great opportunity to give back to the planet and make a positive environmental difference. Although the celebration of Earth Day does not necessitate the knowledge of how it began,
A beautifully packaged gift is always a pleasure to give and receive. However many store bought packaging is not recyclable so use these simple eco friendly ways of creatively wrapping presents for any occasion.
The field of environmental ethics has gained popularity and importance in recent years. The two main veins of this philosophy are the anthropocentric and non-anthropocentric values.
The Environmental History Timeline posted by William Kovarik on Radford University’s website describes environmental problems and solutions from throughout history and from around the world.