Lizzy Rosenberg

Lizzy Rosenberg is a Brooklyn-based writer, eater, and scary movie expert.

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  • Banana Blossoms
    Food

    What Are Banana Blossoms? They May Be the Next Vegan Fad

    What are banana blossoms? They are becoming increasingly popular in the vegan community, replacing certain animal products in popular dishes.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Gas Prices
    News

    Washington State Gas Is in Short Supply: Here’s What You Should Know

    Although the gas shortage is driving up prices everywhere, it's particularly bad in Washington State — the prices are seriously exorbitant.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Gulf of Mexico
    News

    Hurricanes Could Be Worse This Season, With the Gulf of Mexico’s Loop Current

    A loop current in the Gulf of Mexico could make for an extra intense hurricane season — here's why.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Monkeypox
    News

    Here’s What You Should Know About the Monkeypox Virus Outbreak

    If you're concerned about the recent buzz surrounding a monkeypox virus outbreak, here's everything you need to know about the deadly disease.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Washington D.C.
    News

    Show Your Support for Reproductive Rights at These Abortion Rights Rallies Across the U.S.

    Regardless of the gender you identify with, reproductive rights are incredibly important. So to show your support, attend these abortion rights rallies near you.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Asian Jumping Worm
    News

    Here’s What Asian Jumping Worms Look Like, to Identify and Manage the Invasive Species

    If you aren't familiar with jumping worms, they are an invasive species that have recently been found in gardens across New England.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Great Salt Lake Drought
    News

    The Pros and Cons of Using Water Pipelines to Mitigate Droughts

    A proposed water pipeline would carry water from the Pacific Ocean into Utah's almost-dried up Great Salt Lake, which has been facing a major shortage.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Wildfires
    Weather & Global Warming

    New Tool Determines the Probability of Your Home Facing Wildfires

    Whether you're in an area vulnerable to fires, or if you're situated in an area saturated by rain, using Risk Factor could be good when buying a home.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Goats
    Living

    Goats Are Good Landscapers, Depending on What You Need Them For

    Can you use goats for landscaping? One community in Cincinnati, Ohio is letting goats do the dirty work — but what kinds of things can they accomplish?
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Jas Leverette
    Pets

    ‘Canine Intervention’ Star, Jas Leverette, on Training Celebrity Pups (Exclusive)

    We caught up with 'Canine Intervention' star and celebrity dog trainer Jas Leverette about his latest partnership and experiences with dog training.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Dog Camping Guide
    Pets

    A Guide to Camping With Dogs, if You’re New to Tenting With Your Furry Friend

    If you've never camped with your dog, doing so is somewhat of an adjustment — but it's a great way for you to bond in the great outdoors.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Derecho
    Weather & Global Warming

    Derecho Slams South Dakota, Creating Mass Destruction

    South Dakota, and other parts of the midwest, were slammed by a massive derecho, which created mass chaos in the region.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Greenpeace Protest
    News

    8 Greenpeace Protestors Arrested in the U.K. for Blocking Russian Oil Tanker

    A Russian oil tanker in Essex, England was forced to make a U-turn in the Thames River, after protestors blocked its path. Eight have been arrested.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Abortion Books
    Living

    9 Books on Abortion Rights That Everyone Should Read

    Whether you're already a parent or if you're interested in learning more about the recent reproductive debates, these books about abortion rights are so important.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Colorado Springs Fire
    News

    Everything You Need to Know About the Fires in Colorado Springs

    A fire in Colorado Springs, which was reportedly started by a deputy's car, has been the root cause of several evacuations in the area.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Water Waste
    Living

    Los Angeles Residents Asked to Shorten Showers — How Long Should a Shower Take?

    How long should I be showering to save water? Los Angeles residents were recently asked to cut their showers by four minutes, amid ongoing water cuts.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Supermassive Black Hole
    News

    Images of Our Galaxy’s Supermassive Black Hole Have Finally Been Captured

    Scientists have officially captured the first-ever images of the supermassive black hole that's located right in the center of our galaxy.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Great White
    News

    Massive Great White Shark Named Ironbound Was Discovered off the Jersey Shore

    Although New Jersey isn't known for its massive sharks, a 1,000-pound Great White Shark was discovered off the Atlantic coastline.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Home Collapsing
    Weather & Global Warming

    Rising Sea Levels Are Causing Homes in North Carolina’s Outer Banks to Collapse

    Because of rising sea levels and erosion, which are triggered by climate change, houses in North Carolina's Outer Banks are collapsing into the ocean.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • National Hummus Day
    Food

    International Hummus Day Is May 13 — Recipes, Brands to Try, and Instagram Captions

    To properly celebrate International Hummus Day, we've rounded up our favorite hummus recipes, brands, and Instagram captions.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Power Grid
    Clean Energy

    Utility Companies Erroneously Blame Renewable Energy for Rolling Blackouts

    Major energy companies are already blaming renewable energy for potential future blackouts — is this just hearsay, or is there truth to any of it?
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Yellow Brick Road
    Travel

    Scientists Follow the "Underwater Yellow Brick Road," Discovered on the Pacific Ocean Floor

    Scientists recently discovered what largely resembles the 'Wizard of Oz' yellow brick road underwater — but what is it actually?
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • What Is Acid Rain?
    Weather & Global Warming

    Acid Rain Has Been Wreaking Havoc on Our Planet for Decades

    Acid rain, which is a side effect of global warming, is wreaking havoc on planet Earth in more ways than one.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • E-Waste
    Technology

    Mining E-Waste for Precious Metals: Could It Save the Planet?

    Even though e-waste recycling is becoming more commonplace, we need to reuse precious metals in old electronics, to preserve Mother Earth.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Water Shortage
    News

    Lake Mead and the Colorado River Shortage, Explained

    The largest water supply in the west, the Colorado River, is facing ongoing shortages, due to Lake Mead drying up.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • New Mexico Fires
    Weather & Global Warming

    Biden Declares the 2022 New Mexico Fires a "Disaster"

    Ecosystems and communities across the state of New Mexico are in danger, as rampant wildfires scorch much of the already-dry southwestern state.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Formula Shortage
    Family

    The 2022 Baby Formula Shortage: What’s Causing It, and Making It on Your Own

    What is causing the 2022 baby formula shortage? Parents around the world are anguishing over the ongoing baby formula shortage right now.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Vegan Bakeries
    Food

    The Best Vegan Bakeries Across the U.S., for Incredible Plant-Based Treats

    Regardless of where you are, you can find vegan treats anywhere across the country. These are our favorite vegan bakeries in the U.S.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Kentucky Derby Horse Abuse
    News

    The Kentucky Derby Has a Dark History of Horse Abuse

    Although the Kentucky Derby is a widely celebrated holiday in the U.S., it unsurprisingly has a very dark and extensive history of horse abuse.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • GPGP
    News

    It’s Alive! Animals Evidently Reside in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch

    Is there life in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch? Although the notoriously disgusting section of the ocean is filled with trash, it's also home to fish.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Coral Reefs
    Clean Energy

    Wind Turbines Are Being Used to Grow Coral Reefs

    How can wind turbines save coral reefs? In addition to being a cheap and clean source of renewable energy, they may foster a healthy growing environment.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Bioenergy Crops
    Community

    Planting Bioenergy Crops Is Less Sustainable Than Planting Trees, Study Says

    What are bioenergy crops? According to a recent study, planting bioenergy crops instead of trees will do less to curb the ongoing climate crisis.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Fungi-Based Meat
    Food

    Fungi-Based Meat Alternatives Are Healthy — And Eco-Friendly

    As more people are starting to look to plant-based meat alternatives in lieu of actual animal-based proteins, fungi-based meat alternatives are on the come-up.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Cara Delevingne Psoriasis
    Health & Wellness

    Cara Delevingne Suffers From Psoriasis — Are There Natural Remedies for the Condition?

    Cara Delevingne announced at the Met Gala that she wasn't going to hide her psoriasis any longer — are there natural remedies for the skin condition?
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Solar Panels
    Clean Energy

    California Almost Surpasses Renewable Goals, Using Nearly 100 Percent Clean Energy

    Although the state of California aimed to transition to 100 percent renewable energy by 2045, it's already almost completely reliant on eco electricity.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Trees
    News

    Phantom Forests: What They Are, and Why They’re Controversial

    What are phantom forests? Many think planting random groups of trees will help save the planet, but it's often viewed as a greenwashing tactic.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Overgrown Lawn
    Community

    Here’s Why Some Communities Are Doing "No Mow May"

    Why are some communities doing 'No Mow May'? To celebrate spring and to give pollinators a place to pollinate, people aren't mowing their lawn.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Oil Spill
    News

    Major Oil Spill in Central African Country of Gabon Averted After 300,000 Barrels Leaked

    Although 300,000 barrels of oil leaked at a major plant in Gabon, it appears that one of the worst possible oil spills in history was averted.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Carbon Dioxide Removal
    News

    Carbon Dioxide Removal Process Sucks Greenhouse Gas Emissions From the Atmosphere

    What is carbon dioxide removal? The process, also known as carbon vacuuming, essentially sucks greenhouse gas emissions from the air.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Kids Vegetarian
    Food

    Study Shows a Meat-Free Diet Can Be Perfectly Healthy for Kids

    Is it healthy for kids to be vegetarian? A new study published in the medical journal pediatrics shows that a plant-based diet can be totally healthy.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Turtle Conservation
    News

    Sea Turtle Nesting Season Is Upon Us — Here’s What You Should Know

    Right now happens to be nesting season for sea turtles in the Carolinas and in Florida — here's what you should know about
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Sustainable Spices
    Food

    Upgrade Your Pantry With These Eco-Friendly Spices

    Whether you're looking to upgrade your pantry or if you simply need to restock specific seasonings, sustainably sourced spices are the way to go.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Deer Poaching
    News

    Five Vermont Deer Hunters Are Facing Serious Poaching Fines

    Although many think of exotic animals when it comes to poaching, a group of five hunters in Vermont are facing major poaching fines for several violations.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Balloons
    Living

    Do Eco-Friendly Balloons Exist, or Should We Resort to Different Birthday Party Décor?

    Even though balloons have been a birthday party staple for several decades, they generally aren't considered to be an eco-friendly decoration.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Iguana
    Weather & Global Warming

    One-Fifth of Reptiles Could Go Extinct Thanks to Climate Change, New Research Says

    Are reptiles about to go extinct? New research says that one fifth of species worldwide could face extinction, with the ongoing climate crisis.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Noise Pollution
    Community

    Here’s How Noise Pollution Affects the Environment

    Although noise pollution doesn't involve actual pollutants, its environmental impact is shockingly high.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • California Drought
    News

    Major Water Shortage Established in Southern California

    Residents in certain Southern California communities are being subjected to major water restrictions amid the ongoing droughts.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Lake Ontario Water Levels
    Climate Action

    A New York Community Is Preparing for Lake Ontario Water Levels to Rise

    With climate change on the rise, water levels — such as those in Lake Ontario — are rising. And certain areas are raising their roads in preparation.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Rattlesnake
    Health & Wellness

    A Rattlesnake Bit Actor Cary Elwes — Here’s What to Do if You Have an Encounter

    'Princess Bride' actor Cary Elwes was bitten by a rattlesnake while doing work outside of his home in Malibu, Calif. earlier this week.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Bird Flu Transmit
    Pets

    Recent Avian Flu Outbreaks Worrying Pet Parents — Can It Spread to Dogs?

    Can the bird flu affect dogs? Pet parents are worried the recent outbreaks of the avian influenza could put their fur babies in harm's way.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Ethanol
    Climate Action

    Here’s Why Ethanol Waste Probably Shouldn’t Be Planted Back Into the Ground

    The Mead, Nebr. ethanol plant appears to be doing a number on the environment, as corn waste was "planted" and is now spreading toxins.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Sumatran Tiger
    News

    Sumatran Tigers: How Many Are Left, Why They’re Endangered, and More

    How many Sumatran tigers are left in the world? Three of the highly endangered animals were recently killed in animal traps.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Vegan Sandwiches
    Food

    These Vegan Sandwich Ideas Will Revolutionize Your Daily Lunch

    Whether you're meal planning for the week or simply trying to figure out what to make for lunch, these v
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Tampons
    Health & Wellness

    Australian City Reduces Trash Pickups to Encourage Reusable Menstrual Products and Diapers

    Are reusable menstrual products going to replace disposables? Australian officials are urging people to transition, as they are taking away weekly trash pickup.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Wynn Alan Bruce
    Weather & Global Warming

    Climate Activist Wynn Alan Bruce Has Died After Protesting Outside the Supreme Court

    Climate activist Wynn Alan Bruce self-immolated outside of the Supreme Court, and unfortunately has died, in protest of the ongoing climate crisis.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Kinari Webb Health In Harmony
    News

    Kinari Webb of Health in Harmony Talks Saving the Rainforest and Earth Day Plans (Exclusive)

    We spoke with Kinari Webb of Health in Harmony, a nonprofit organization that dedicates money and time to protecting our planet's rainforests.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Climate Crisis One Word
    Weather & Global Warming

    Climate Scientist Asks Twitter Users to Describe the Climate Crisis in One Word

    NASA Climate Scientist, Peter Kalmus, polled Twitter users on what one word they would use to describe the ongoing climate crisis.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Night Sky
    News

    Greenhouse Gases Are Making the Night Sky Less Dark, Study Shows

    Why is the night sky becoming less dark? This is partially due to light pollution, but it's also due to greenhouse gases, Hawaiian experts say.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • CeroWasteCindy
    Sustainable Living

    Cindy Villaseñor of @Cerowastecindy on Her Sustainability Journey (Exclusive)

    We caught up with Cindy Villaseñor, the creator behind @cerowastecindy, who told us about her sustainability journey, which is a work in progress.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • World's Oldest Dog
    Pets

    A Rescued Chihuahua Named TobyKeith Is Officially the Oldest Living Dog

    A rescued Chihuahua named TobyKeith is officially the oldest living dog in the world at 21 years old — and his story will literally melt your heart.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Pure Grit BBQ
    Food

    Vegan Restauranteur Dishes on Her New BBQ Restaurant Opening in NYC (Exclusive)

    We caught up with vegan restauranteur Kerry Fitzmaurice, who is opening a new plant-based BBQ restaurant in the heart of New York City.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Nuclear Power
    Clean Energy

    Biden Controversially Invests $6 Billion to Keep Nuclear Power Plants Open

    The Biden administration has just allocated $6 billion to save nuclear power plants nationwide, touting it as a green energy alternative.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Cooking Environmental Impact
    Food

    Cooking Is More Pollutive Than We Thought — Here’s Why

    What is the environmental impact of cooking? Depending on how you're cooking your food, you may be releasing aerosols into the atmosphere.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Sean O'Callaghan
    Sustainable Living

    Instagram’s @FatGayVegan on His Sustainability Journey (Exclusive)

    We caught up with the creator behind the popular Instagram account @FatGayVegan to discuss his sustainability journey for our Earth Stories series.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Mask Recycling
    News

    Before You Toss Your Mask, Here's How to Properly Dispose of PPE

    Are face masks recyclable? During the pandemic, you've likely stocked up on copious amounts of PPE — so properly disposing of them is crucial.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Adopt a Pet Day
    Pets

    Use These Adopt a Shelter Pet Day Instagram Captions to Show Off Your Fur-ever Friend

    Whether you adopted a dog during COVID or if you've been a longtime pet parent, these Adopt a Shelter Pet Day Instagram captions are too cute.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Three Trees
    Big Impact

    Creator of Three Trees Almond Milk Shares Her Wisdom and Earth Day Plans (Exclusive)

    We caught up with Jenny Eu, the entrepreneur behind popular almond milk company, Three Trees. She shed some light on her sustainability journey.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Fuel Tanker
    Clean Energy

    Tunisia Oil Tanker Sinks With 1,000 Tons of Fuel on Board

    An oil tanker in Tunisia sank about 7 miles off the coast, while carrying about 1,000 tons of oil — here's what's happening.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • South African Floods
    News

    Floods in South Africa Have Resulted in Numerous Deaths Across a Major Coastal City

    South Africa has been inundated with massive floods which have resulted in widespread damage, as well as numerous deaths across the country.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Pink Moon 2022
    News

    The 2022 Pink Moon Will Ignite Your Inner Celestial Spirit

    When will the 2022 pink moon appear? In April, astronomy nerds will have a field day with a full moon that resembles the start of spring weather.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Woodpecker Endangered
    News

    The Ivory-Billed Woodpecker Was Thought to Be Extinct — Though It Seems That Isn’t the Case

    Although the ivory-billed woodpecker was thought to be extinct in 1944, it seems as though the bird was discovered in Louisiana forests recently.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Uganda Oil Storage
    News

    What to Know About the East African Pipeline Controversy

    What is the East African Pipeline? Although it hasn't started operating yet, the longest heated pipeline will wreak environmental havoc in Uganda.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Northern Lights Spreading
    News

    Your Chances of Spotting the Northern Lights in the Next Three Years Are Increasing

    Why are the Northern Lights becoming more visible? The aurora borealis were once only visible in the north, but they are spreading to wider skies.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Santiago Drought
    News

    Water in Chile Is Officially Being Rationed After a 13-Year Drought

    After a 13 year drought, Chile is rationing its water for the capital city of Santiago, which is inhabited by approximately 6 million residents.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Tegu Lizard
    News

    The Tegu Lizard, an Invasive Florida Species, Has Made Its Way to Georgia

    An invasive species known as the tegu lizard was initially only found in Florida, though now, they've spread reportedly across Georgia state lines.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Vegan Babybel
    Food

    Vegan Babybel Is Officially Coming to the U.S., so Get Ready to Peel and Play With the Wax

    If you're looking for a new snack, Babybel released a vegan cheese that will let you relive the glory days of peeling and playing with the wax.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Thrift Stores San Diego
    Style

    If You’re Visiting San Diego, You Must Visit These Thrift Stores

    Whether you're visiting San Diego for the first time or if you're a longtime resident, you should definitely check out these amazing thrift stores.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Golf Ball
    Living

    Biodegradable Golf Balls for a Low-Impact Hole-In-One

    If you're an avid golf player, we strongly suggest getting these biodegradable golf balls, to ensure your game's environmental impact is low.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Vegetarian Boston Restaurants
    Food

    Your Veg Guide to Boston — Our Favorite Plant-Based Spots in the Bean Town

    Whether you're visiting Boston for the first time or if you've lived there for several years, these are a few of our favorite restaurants in the city.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • California Snowpack
    Weather & Global Warming

    Here’s Why California’s Low Snowpack Is Setting off Alarms for Climate Scientists

    Why is the snowpack in the state of California alarmingly low? The Golden State is unfortunately experiencing an ongoing drought, due to the snowpack.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • IPCC Report
    News

    The UN’s Latest Climate Change Report Is a “File of Shame” for Failed Carbon Pledges

    Members of the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released the third part of its report on climate change today.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Plastic Obesity
    Health & Wellness

    Chemical in Plastic May Be Linked to Obesity, Recent Study Finds

    We knew plastic's environmental effects, and health effects associated with certain plastic chemicals, but one chemical in plastic is linked to obesity.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Flint, Mich.
    Climate Action

    Environmental Redlining Is Why We Need Climate Justice and Intersectionality

    Environmental redlining is a major issue that affects BIPOC communities across the U.S., making them more vulnerable to climate change.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Grocery
    Food

    Going Vegetarian? Here Are a Few Grocery Store Essentials

    Whether you're looking to adopt more of a plant-based diet, or if you're simply starting out as a vegetarian, here are a few shopping essentials.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Drinking Water
    News

    Perchlorate, Which Has Been Linked to Infant Brain Damage, Still Unregulated By EPA

    Why isn't the EPA regulating perchlorate levels in drinking water? The chemical has been linked to a wide variety of health problems nationwide.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Mountain Valley Pipeline
    Renewables

    Here’s What You Need to Know About the Mountain Valley Pipeline

    What is going on with the Mountain Valley Pipeline? Here's what you need to know about the operation that runs through West Virginia.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Lower Duwamish Waterway
    News

    This Heavily Polluted Waterway May Finally Get a Much-Needed Cleanup

    On Thursday, March 31, the EPA is going to outline plans to clean up the Lower Duwamish Waterway in Seattle, Wa.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Dyson Headphones
    Health & Wellness

    Questionable Dyson Zone Headphones Cancel Noise, and Supposedly Purify the Air You Breathe

    Although many believed it to be an April Fools joke, Dyson released new noise-canceling headphones that also purify the air you breath, too.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Tofurky Burgers
    Food

    Tofurky Won Its Free-Speech Lawsuit to Call Its Vegan Meats “Burgers” and “Sausages”

    Tofurky recently won a lawsuit over calling its products plant-based "sausage" and "burgers" — will this end the debate surrounding vegan products?
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Vegan Butter
    Food

    Best Plant-Based Butter for Cooking, Baking, Spreading, and More

    Whether you're baking vegan treats, whipping up a meal, or simply making toast, these are the best plant-based butters, for every type of meal.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Northern Lights U.S.
    Travel

    Where to See the Northern Lights in the U.S., for the Ultimate Light Show

    If you're looking to see a natural light show, the Northern Lights — aka the aurora borealis — will be visible in these U.S. states this week.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Landfill Dangers
    News

    Delhi Landfill Fires Spread Toxic Fumes — Yet Another Reason Why They’re Dangerous

    What are the dangers of landfills? A recent landfill fire just outside of Delhi has spread toxic fumes throughout the skies of India's capital city.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Polluted Waterways
    Community

    Half of U.S. Waterways Too Dirty to Swim, Fish, or Drink From, Report Finds

    A report by the Environmental Integrity Project estimates that about 50 percent of waterways in the U.S. are too dirty to fish, swim, or drink.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Water Waste
    Zero-Waste

    Greywater Systems Reduce Household Water Waste by up to 40 Percent

    What is a greywater system? Those who are interested in lowering their impact may be interested in reducing water waste, with this incredible system.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • What Is A Snow Squall?
    News

    Winter Is Back — Several U.S. States Are Being Slammed by an End-Of-Season Snow Squall

    Several U.S. states are currently being slammed by a massive snow squall, which has thus far caused a deadly pile-up in Pennsylvania.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Stanford University
    Clean Energy

    Stanford University Now Fully Runs on Renewable Solar Energy

    Stanford University officially transferred to 100 percent renewable solar energy, after a second plant started operating.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • El Nino Southern Oscillaton
    Weather & Global Warming

    Global Warming Is Wreaking Havoc On the El Niño/Southern Oscillation Cycle

    Changes in the El Niño/Southern Oscillation cycle are intensifying the effects of global warming and vise versa, creating more widespread damage.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Housewarming
    Living

    Eco-Friendly Housewarming Gifts, so You Don’t Go to a Gathering Empty-Handed

    If you're attending any housewarming parties, it's obviously rude to come empty-handed — bring these eco-friendly housewarming gifts with you.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Eucalyptus
    Health & Wellness

    Thanks to TikTok, Eucalyptus Has Become a Health Staple — But What Are the Benefits?

    Eucalyptus has become increasingly popular thanks to a series of TikTok videos that suggest keeping it in your bathroom — but what are the benefits?
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
  • Herbs
    Living

    These Are the Easiest Herbs to Grow, to Always Have Fresh Herbs on Hand

    If you're looking to always have fresh herbs on hand, or if you simply want to up your garden game this spring, these are the easiest herbs to grow.
    By Lizzy Rosenberg
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