Thanks to battery-assisted e-bikes, increased bike lane infrastructure and apps to help direct cyclists to safer, faster biking routes, commuting via bicycle is more popular than ever in the United States.
200,000 activists converged on Washington DC for the People’s Climate March, marking a climax and a beginning for the climate movement.
March for Science rallies around the world on April 22 drew attention to the importance of scientific research in keeping us on track to save the planet…
The Clean Energy DC plan aims to reduce energy use 50% by 2032 while increasing renewables to supply 50% of Washington, DC’s needs in that same period.
Everyday Americans shouldn’t feel helpless when it comes to influencing policy on environmental issues. Calling on your Representatives in Congress to let them know how you feel is the first step toward becoming part of the solution.
Diana Movius’ acclaimed GLACIER Climate Change Ballet places a dynamic and melting polar environment on stage. Dancers ripple, crack and plunge, embodying the science behind icecap collapse. A custom video projection by documentarian Robin Bell surrounds the dancers, creating an immersive audience experience.
Lloyd Self never expected to be working with wolves but at 5 a.m. every morning Self crawls out of bed and starts his laptop. He pulls up satellite-tracking data collected from the night before. Only a few days before I met him was his first time ever laying his hands on a computer. He was […]
This 6-minute short from EarthTalk’s Lauren Owens reveals how clean-up efforts in the town of Skykomish north of Seattle means nature is blooming again in this former logging and rail hub…
In January of this year DC’s new mayor, Muriel Bowser, appointed Tommy Wells as District Director of the Environment, where he works to protect the environment for our nation’s capital. From 2006 to 2014, Wells served on DC’s City Council, representing Ward 6, where he was notable for supporting walkable neighbors and public transit and […]