These TED Talks will inspire small changes for a more environmentally responsible lifestyle.
Climbing, hiking and boating season is upon us. Are you prepared?
English-speaking countries are the most likely to doubt human-caused climate change.
Greenpeace wants Shell Oil out of your kids' Legos.
Renowned nature photographer Peter Essick discusses Ansel Adams, forgetting about your cell phone, and changing perspectives on wilderness.
How will the future smell? How will it taste? The emerging Climate Fiction genre submerges all the senses in dystopias born from climate change chaos.
U.S. oceans agency announces sweeping protections for coral.
This year’s top environmental documentary explores the critical, yet often overlooked effects of dams across the U.S.
Commercial drones are becoming more ubiquitous every day — here's how to make a short film with one.
From upcycled sweater beds, to litter made from old newspapers, this guide has everything you need to spoil your cat sustainably.
Is there a link between wind farms and nearby ground warming and drying? Mr. Green finds out!
How are drones being used to help explore, enjoy and protect the planet?
Food is more than individual ingredients. It’s a web of sustainable relationships.
How a backpacking novice hiked one of the longest trails in North America.
Goats help cities control weeds and prevent fires. Can they also support economic and ecological revitalization in struggling urban neighborhoods?
Days get shorter and planets come out to play. See what stargazing you should be doing in September.
What is the environmental impact of office paper use? Mr. Green finds out!
Still have products with the dreaded "microbead?" Mr. Green tells us how to dispose of them.
This July Mars will take center stage and the moon starts to get "super." Read on to impress your friends at the next backyard barbecue.
As far as the planet is concerned, a vegan diet beats a meat diet any day.
Urban gardeners beware - lead may be lurking in your soil. Mr. Green tells us how to remedy the problem.
Should the Sierra Club encourage travel to distant locales?
Plastic isn’t just the litter of today — it’s becoming part of tomorrow’s rock record.
Who needs a fish ladder to transport salmon past blockading dams when you can use a fish canon?
Bright, emotional, and endangered, chimpanzees remind us that we are too alike to watch each other suffer.
Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation, a Bozeman based conservation organization, is connecting scientists and outdoor enthusiasts to help fight ocean pollution.
How the back country hiking diet has evolved--some of the surprising snack choices of Sierra Club members and how they reflect history
You won't want to miss August's astronomy highlights.
What are some climate change solutions we can implement in our own backyards? What the heck is carbon sequestration? Those answers and more in the latest vlog.
How microorganisms color our waters
George Monbiot suffered from ecological boredom, so he began rewilding his world from the inside out.
With corduroy tramping suits and a cook on payroll, original Clubbers may have been the first glampers.
Mr. Green compares the efficiency of gas and wood-fueled fireplaces.
When asked for evidence that the earth is getting colder, the "Palin of the South" flees the room.
The median rent for an apartment in San Francisco is $3,285. It costs the city less than that to rent the Yosemite valley that broke John Muir's heart.
When these zero waste families eliminated their household trash, they stumbled on some unexpected benefits. The less they waste, the more they can live.