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All the more reason to layer up and get out there.
Getting outside and spending time in nature is an invaluable part of self-care.
It's a natural follow-up to the forest-bathing craze in Japan.
You might be surprised by the momentum that already exists in your area.
Despite being quarantined, the acclaimed primatologist is still spreading her message far and wide.
Kate Knuth, Ph.D., a former congresswoman from Minnesota, on the role we all have to play in this historic election.
How I channeled my family's eco-anxiety into an eco-action plan.
Early pandemic photos of smog-free skies and animals roaming cities didn't tell the whole story.
Here's what to look for—and what to avoid—when choosing a new cleaner.
For such a massive problem, the solution is actually microscopic.
To my fellow cotton round loyalists: It's time to make the switch to reusable pads.
For regeneratively grown food to take off, people have to start asking for it.
All it takes is a little strategy.
Here's how to protect your skin from the increase in smoke exposure, as well as calm any irritation after the fact.
Put the green back in that green smoothie.
Some oils are a fire hazard at high temps.
Here's why the commitment was significant—and where it fell short.