The results are pretty harsh.
Wild Type wants to change the way we eat fish.
The group smashed the world record and recovered thousands of pounds of ocean trash.
Sea turtles could soon be off the endangered list!
If you don't want people thinking you bought wart ointment, you should probably remember your tote bags.
Here's what we can do about it.
Renewable energy is the future.
The Plant Shoe can be composted at its end-of-life.
Plants are going extinct far too quickly.
Canada finally passed a bill protecting marine mammals.
Green Matters spoke with Poshmark's co-founder to learn about the new Home Market.
Starbucks Launches Returnable, Reusable Coffee Cups at Gatwick Airport — Here's How the Scheme Works
Gatwick Airport's Starbucks is promoting reusables and taking the burden off the consumer.
Other than going for a swim, here are six ways to protect oceans in honor of World Oceans Day.
United Airlines Flies "Flight for the Planet," an Eco-Friendly Flight With Less Emissions and Low Waste
United flew a "Flight for the Planet" on World Environment Day.
Jay-Z just invested in yet another vegan business.
World Environment Day 2019's theme is air pollution.
This isn’t their first offense: They previously paid a $40 million penalty for illegally dumping oil-contaminated waste.
The major dog meat market is finally shutting down — but there's a catch.
With its signature blend of 11 herbs and spices, of course.
Here are my initial thoughts on Loop's first round.
All 11 organizations are doing incredible work for their Baltimore communities.
The law is called "Graduation Legacy for the Environment Act."
The neighborhood will be "net zero," meaning it generates as much energy as it consumes.
Behati Prinsloo is a Global Ambassador for Save The Rhino Trust Namibia.
Here's why the North Atlantic right whale's population is so low.
Malaysia is done with developed nations' plastics.
Botswana will issue 400 elephant hunting licenses every year.
Here are a few ways to protect turtles and tortoises.
Another dolphin was found on the beach with plastic in his body.
Dead bodies in Washington state can now nourish the soil instead of pollute it.
Come fall, Prada will no longer use animal fur in any of its collections.
Nuuly will launch this summer, for $88 a month.
The U.K. government will ban these single-use plastic items sometime between October 2019 and 2020, but the public can comment before then.
Susie Faux, creator of the capsule wardrobe in the '70s, talks to Green Matters about the growing relevancy of the minimalist clothing movement she started.
CO2 is more prominent in the atmosphere than methane — but less potent.
"We’re really trying to go back to the imagery of the milkman," Loop VP Tony Rossi tells Green Matters.
Adopt, don't shop!
England will have at least 130,000 more trees planted come 2021.
Green Matters spoke with two Broadway Green Captains to learn more.
Kristen Bell loves thrift shopping just as much as you do.
Anyone else hungry?
Bill Nye has zero chill when it comes to the climate crisis.
This is an important milestone for the UK.
This New Plastic Can Be Recycled Infinitely, and Scientists Think it Could Make Plastic Recycling Closed Loop
Most plastic can only be recycled once or twice.
His ax-throwing skills are literally helping the Earth.
We'd love to see this everywhere!
IKEA is recreating its classic Swedish meatballs — with plants.
We need to protect Mama Earth.
Luke Perry's daughter disclosed details of his burial on Instagram.
Wolf hunting is a hot-button issue in Minnesota.
Giraffe population has declined 40 percent over the past 30 years.
Los Angeles is now the biggest U.S. city to pledge 100 percent clean energy.
This is a milestone for the U.S.
Here's how the new tax will incentive sustainable farming practices.
Ooho drink pouches helped the marathon be more sustainable.
Here are five ways to make a difference by going green at the grocery store.
The tool has new tips for making your wardrobe more eco-friendly.
Happy Arbor Day!
The Environmental Working Group just released its annual guide to pesticides in produce.
Roofs are getting greener in NYC.
When it comes to climate action, the Today show believes big change starts with “one small thing” — and we couldn’t agree more.
Just because you don't live near a bulk shop doesn't mean you can't grocery shop sustainably.
"We must start today. We have no more excuses."
Parents want their kids to be informed.
Pokémon Go is rewarding their virtual players for getting involved in the real world.
The low-impact shoes are even more eco-friendly now.
Ariana Grande, Leo DiCaprio, and More Stars Come Together to Record “Earth,” Lil Dicky’s New Climate Change Anthem
Listen to "Earth," the new song that can not only motivate you about climate action, but also show you what it would be like if Ariana Granda was a zebra.
Khal Drogo no more — Jason Momoa shaved his signature beard in an effort to get you to rethink plastics.
The right whale population is finally growing again.
'Big Bang Theory' Star Melissa Rauch Releases Free Children's Book 'The Tales of Tofu,' Making Healthy Eating Fun and Accessible
Rauch hopes the book will give children a positive and fun association with healthy eating.
The mayor officially signed the resolution this week.
Here's what to do if your state ranks high on the list.
The new material is strong enough to replace plastic packaging.
There are 530,000 potential PHES sites on the planet.
Twitter is full of people #crying over the Netflix series.
The wild grass straws are 100 percent natural.
Chemical recycling works very differently than standard plastic recycling.
Nine New Non-Animal Cosmetic Tests Approved in China, Bringing the World a Step Closer to Ending Animal Testing
There's still a long way to go when it comes to banning animal testing, but this is an important step.
The controversial practice is finally over.
Target just announced its latest trade-in event.
Prices are going down at Whole Foods.
Abusing a dog or cat is now a felony in Virginia.
A dead fetus was also found inside the female sperm whale.
Manhattanites will have to pay to enter the borough below 60th Street.
Plant lovers, rejoice!
The ban will go into effect in early 2020.
Earth Hour Is This Weekend – Here's Everything You Need to Know, And a Few Suggestions for Observing
Here are a few suggestions for observing Earth Hour this weekend.
In the wake of the Food and Drug Administration finding dangerous levels of asbestos in cosmetic products marketed to children, new legislation has proposed warning labels on products that might contain the known carcinogen.
The corporation was found guilty of not including a cancer-causing warning.
It's going to save customers a boatload of money, too.
Biodegradable Plates and Cutlery Made from Wheat Bran May Not Be Gluten-Free, But They Are Pretty Cool
Wheat bran is the newest material for biodegradable tablewares.
Green Matters spoke with the actor and comedian about the fun new campaign.
Hundreds of dolphin bodies keep washing up.
This is an excuse to book a vacation, right?
You can now recycle disposable razors, blades, and packaging.
The flowers will help feed bees and butterflies living in cities.
NYC's New Plant-Based Medicine Program Is Healing High Cholesterol and Obesity With More Plants and Less Medicine
Dr. Sapana Shah chats with Green Matters about Bellevue's new plant-based medicine program.
36 Beagles to Be Freed From Cruel Year-Long Fungicide Experiment, Following Undercover Investigation
The Humane Society plans to rehome each dog.
Greta Thunberg Shares Powerful Reflection on Youth Climate Strike: "We Need a Whole New Way of Thinking"
The 16-year-old Swedish activist doesn't believe the burden should fall on children.
China is slowly but surely reducing restrictions on cosmetic animal testing.
Plastic waste doesn't simply go "away."
As the Youth Climate Strike winds down, here are a few actions to continue helping the planet.
The brewery spent three years developing this adhesive.
The 16-year-old Swedish activist is a pioneer in the fight against climate change.
The First 3D-Printed Neighborhood Will Be Sustainable and Affordable, and It's Breaking Ground This Year
The CEOs of the two companies behind the neighborhood tell Green Matters about 3D-printed homes.
Here's how to get involved, whether or not you're a student.
Electric, not gas.
Maisie Green has knit more than 450 doggie coats and blankets for the shelter.
The program will officially kick off this fall, for all 1.1 million NYC public school students.
The Girl Scouts are about so much more than cookies.
It's a proposed ban on bans. Yup.
Michael Bloomberg Launches "Beyond Carbon" Campaign to Shut Down All Remaining Power Plants in the U.S.
Bloomberg has a goal of shutting down every single coal-fired power plant in the U.S. by 2030.
These seven women from around the globe are are the ultimate eco inspiration.
The zero-waste shop is supposedly the first in the Middle East.
Meatballs and tacos and sliders, oh my!
The ban goes into effect immediately.
The new initiative will save 1 million pounds of plastic a year.
A new invention could save tens of thousands of pounds of plastic throws from sewers and landfills.
The Late "Grandfather" of Climate Science Shared One Last Key to Solving Global Warming, Just Before His Death
Just before his death, Wallace Smith Broecker shared his final words for the climate science community.
Ryan of Ryan's Recycling is the newest spokesperson for Recycle Across America.
Will guac still cost extra though?
Overheating Oceans and Overfishing Has Caused Fish Populations to Significantly Decline, Study Finds
We have the power to prevent a fishless ocean.
"Nature is where I feel the most comfortable," the model said.
Kitbull will have you wanting to run to your local animal shelter.
"Conscientious and informed consumers absolutely reject the exotic-skins trade," a representative for PETA tells Green Matters.
The festival will not sell or provide plastic drink bottles this year. Instead, attendees are encouraged to bring reusable bottles.
Etsy is trying to neutralize its shipping process.
Microplastics have officially affected animals living on the ocean floor.
A new study estimates that Earth has room for 1.2 trillion more trees — and that planting them could be the key to canceling out CO2 emissions.
Green Matters spoke with tentree's CEO to learn more about the company's mission and business model.
The U.K. rolled out a new "Fine to Flush" certification for wet wipes, and one brand has already come through with a flushable wipe.
Animal dissection could be a thing of the past in California if the new RAISE Act becomes law.
Eco-friendly Louis Vuitton and Christian Siriano designs lit up the red carpet at the 2019 Academy Awards.
A Fernandina Giant Tortoise and a Wallace's giant bee were recently discovered, after decades of humans thinking they were extinct.