Saving fish changes lives.
We've got lots of alternatives to those gas hogs barreling down the highway. Even better, we're finally ready to make the switch.
It’s a sign of how far the environmental movement has come that after talking for decades about conservation and preservation—ideas geared towards stopping environmental abuses—“restoration,” or repairing damage already done, has found a home in the lexicon.
A record $35 billion budget deficit and the election of Arnold Schwarzenegger overshadowed what will likely prove a more lasting legacy of 2003: California is the first state to ban a common breed of toxic household chemicals known as PBDEs.
This July, the city of San Francisco voted to adopt a purchasing policy based on the precautionary principle, which asks city officials to weigh health and environmental costs in their policy decisions.