National Endangered Species Day occurs annually on the third Friday in May. It aims to educate the public on the importance of wildlife conservation.
Social distancing and coronavirus can’t stop Earth Day from happening! Help the future generation by doing your part to care for the environment.
Ditch the straw and help make the planet a cleaner place. Reusable options are available! Let’s get rid of these straws, people!
One day a year is dedicated to avoiding the use of cars. Bust out the bicycle or take public transportation for World Car Free Day!
An 18-year old from Ireland just won $50,000 in the Google Science Fair for his project, which focused on removing microplastics from water.
Eco-friendly and biodegradable plastics are necessary, and one Mexican researcher found a way to make bio-plastics from cactus juice.
Home to 25% of all marine life, coral reefs are slowly dying in our oceans. World Reef Day is a call to care for these delicate ecosystems.
In a world with an overwhelming amount of single-use plastic, Maine took a progressive, environmental leap to ban the use of Styrofoam.
While they might be a blessing for parents, a lot of disposable diapers contain plastic components that may be damaging the environment.
We can’t get behind eating Tide Pods, but we can stand by the new #trashtag challenge. What are you doing to clean up your surroundings?