A reader disagrees with Mr. Green on how much water cattle consume.
Mr. Green summarizes the impacts and availability of alkaline hydrolysis.
Mr. Green discusses how much water is needed to produce nonessential items.
Tom Turner chronicles how the former Sierra Club executive director's insight and activism stimulated the evolution of an entire movement.
Mr. Green thinks His Holiness is closely aligned with Sierra magazine.
Some birds, such as the barn owl, are more susceptible to collision than other species.
We review "A Buzz in the Meadow: The Natural History of a French Farm" by Dave Goulson.
Mr. Green explains the most ecofriendly way to dispose of food scraps.
Mr. Green sizes up our oceans' trash patches.
Mr. Green finds out the greenhouse gas emissions from livestock digestive processes.
Mr. Green shows you how to take care of weeds in the most environmentally conscious way.
Mr. Green shows you how to lower your carbon-footprint to a sustainable level.
If you're worried about bird mortality, talk to your cat.
Mr. Green talks about which cloud data companies have the best environmental practices.
Mr. Green points out plenty of good reasons to conserve water.
Mr. Green breaks out his calculator to determine which veggies use water more efficiently.
If you burn brush it releases carbon dioxide, but if you let it decompose it produces methane.
Campers, rejoice! Mr. Green shows you how to deal with used fuel canisters.
Small composting bins aren't durable and can be prone to flies, so what's an urbanite to use? Mr. Green has the answer.