Imported flowers can rely on cheap labor and pesticides, and come with a massive carbon footprint. Here’s how to look for local alternatives.
Renewed every five years, the Farm Bill will determine the future of small farms, food program aid, and the impact of agriculture on our climate.
Re:wild’s Esteban Brenes-Mora is helping save the Costa Rican Baird’s Tapir, an essential ancient megafauna species.
We’re on the brink of a sixth mass extinction.Thanks to the efforts of Re:wild, species once thought lost are being rediscovered.
Through its global network of businesses, nonprofit partners, and individuals, 1% for the Planet is using collective action to tackle our most pressing environmental issues.
A new trend looks to mobilize the largest and most powerful group of Americans to fight climate change.
In honor of World Water Day, we’re spotlighting Reed + Gwen’s 1% For The Planet partner Water For People, a nonprofit working to provide sustainable clean water and sanitation resources for all.
Human interaction and wildlife exploitation is causing evolutionary changes in animals that will impact species’ now and in the future.
Drought and extreme weather events caused by climate change are releasing lead and toxins in our soil into the air and environment — and minority and low-income communities are being disproportionately impacted.