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The clothing industry is the second largest polluter in the world, second only to oil. Here's how an NYC entrepreneur is tackling the clothing giants.
Because one size never really fit all, sustainable summer frocks inspired by our favorite ethical fashion companies.
The 12 nontoxic, environmentally friendly sunscreens that work like a charm and won't leave you painted zinc white.
And global warming could be the culprit.
James Hansen, the former NASA scientist who first warned the world of human-induced climate change in 1988, is back with another prediction—and it...
One simple change could lead to millions of lives and billions of dollars saved.
This infographic from InsideClimate news shows how global warming is negatively affecting the world's species.
Just as we're starting to cross our fingers that he finally snags his overdue Oscar, Leonardo DiCaprio gives us another reason to cheer him on.
The environmental movement reached some seriously impressive milestones in 2015
This past weekend here in New York City, the streets were swarmed with an alarming amount of Santas thanks to the lovely, not-obnoxious-at-all event...
Almost every country in the world just agreed to take a major step toward addressing global climate change.
150 heads of government are gathering in Paris today for the start of a groundbreaking climate summit hosted by the United Nations. Over the next...
Ben & Jerry's is out to change the world, one scoop at a time.
My name is Lauren. I'm a 23-year-old girl living in NYC and I don't make trash. For real. No garbage bin, no landfill. Nada.