The Inflation Reduction Act offers a wide variety of financial incentives to help millions of Americans cover at least part of the cost of transitioning from gas to electricity generated by clean renewable energy.
Articles by Diane MacEachern
A PFAS expert tells us how parents can protect their kids from PFAS, aka “forever chemicals,” especially as they head back to school.
Researchers at Harvard found that natural gas used in home stoves contains “at least 21 hazardous air pollutants that may impact air quality and health.” These pollutants include: dangerous levels of benzene and toluene.
As a longtime climate activist, a mom wanted to do something symbolic of her life’s work. So she decided for her 70th birthday to cap a methane-leaking gas well!
EPA recently found that even minuscule levels of exposure over a person’s lifetime can compromise a woman’s immune and cardiovascular systems. And PFAS exposure in the womb can have adverse health effects to mother and baby.
What if you had to choose between washing your clothes or taking a shower or watering your yard? Whether your community is in drought or worried about one, here’s how to use water more efficiently.
Replacing grass with native plants creates a healthier environment for your family, community, and the planet.
New study shows cutting air pollution generated by burning fossil fuels would save over 50,000 lives and provide more than $600 billion in health benefits.
Researchers found that yards participating in No Mow May had five times more bees than nearby park lawns that had been mowed. Join NO MOW MAY, a movement inspiring people to protect pollinators and wildlife by NOT mowing their lawns.
“Our Great National Parks” highlights the important role the world’s large national parks play in mitigating climate change while protecting the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the plants and animals that make nature so special.
These three books will inspire you to fight climate change through tree planting and protection.
If you’ve been wondering how to explain climate change to your kids or find ways you and your family can make a difference, you won’t want to miss “Things You Can Do: How to FIGHT CLIMATE CHANGE and REDUCE WASTE.”