38 Articles in Social Good

Social Good

Oil Companies Will Stop Fracking Off The Coast Of California

Environmentalists have long argued that the fracking industry's dumping of 9 billion gallons of wastewater poses a threat to local communities and...

Emma Loewe
February 2 2016

The Guide To Meat That Every Conscious Carnivore Should See (Infographic)

Consider this infographic your introduction to all things animal protein — keep it in mind the next time you head to the grocery store. And remember:...

Emma Loewe
February 1 2016

Monsanto Sues To Keep Its Herbicide Off California's List Of Known Carcinogens

Last March, the World Health Organization found glyphosate — the active ingredient in Monsanto's Roundup weed killer — to be "probably carcinogenic to...

Emma Loewe
January 25 2016

Taco Bell Will Start Serving Cage-Free Eggs At All Of Its Locations

The corporation plans to exclusively serve cage-free eggs at all of its 6,000 U.S. locations by the end of 2016.

Emma Loewe
November 17 2015

I (Almost) Went Plastic Free For A Week. Here’s What Happened.

To kick off a series of weekly eco-challenges, I just attempted to go seven days without using any disposable plastic.

Emma Loewe
October 20 2015

12 Ways We All Contribute To Rape Culture Without Realizing It

Rape culture is a deeply ingrained societal issue that combines obvious problems with more subtle ones.

Emi Boscamp
September 24 2015

You Can No Longer Legally Use Styrofoam Food Containers In NYC

We'll miss you, mediocre coffee-holding material. (Will we, though?)

Emi Boscamp
July 1 2015

San Francisco Approves Warning Label For Sugary Drinks

We're glad SF is taking action; what do you think?

Emi Boscamp
June 10 2015

France Makes It Illegal For Supermarkets To Waste Food

The country is taking its love of food to a whole new level, by making sure none of it goes to waste.

Emi Boscamp
May 22 2015

How 1 Minute Can Change The Future Of American Health Care

In one minute, you can change the future of health care, and have an enormous impact on reducing our chronic lifestyle driven disease burden that...

Mark Hyman, M.D.
April 25 2015

Yet Another Reason BPA Is So Bad For You

If you're looking for a portable thirst quencher, you might want to adopt something made of glass.

Emi Boscamp
December 11 2014

B.K.S. Iyengar Stars in PETA Ad

92-year-old yogi, B.K.S. Iyengar, is in a new PETA ad, "Energize Your Mind, Body, and Spirit. Go Vegetarian."

January 28 2011

Q & A with Lauren Bush & Ellen Gustafson of FEED

You know those FEED bags you see everywhere? In addition to being eco-friendly (they're made from 100% organic cotton), they're also made with a...

Jason Wachob
October 26 2010