AAA shares a few sustainable tips as you hit the road for your next road trip.
Recycling plastic, paper or glass is easy. But when it comes to batteries, you may need to look a little harder.
Sometimes, an item just feels like it should be thrown in the recycling bin. But you may not be guessing right. And that can cause big problems for local recycling programs.
The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy have reported that Michiganders’ recycling rate is up 35.4%.
Thursday will be the 51st Earth Day, an event celebrated by more than one billion people in 193 countries worldwide, currently coordinated by the Earth Day Network.
Planting a tree sounds like a nice idea in theory, but what if you’re not sure what kind to plant, or where to put it? What if you live in a downtown apartment and you just don’t know what would be most helpful?
Teaming up with NBC’s Climate Challenge week, Local 4 meteorologist Paul Gross will answer the most-asked questions about climate change all week long.
Not everyone knows how to recycle the right way, and so, unfortunately, a significant portion of recycled items don’t even end up getting recycled at all.
"Michigan needs to become a leader in transitioning the state to low-carbon energy, and eliminating all forms of greenhouse gas emissions by 2040 or earlier."
What do you think of when you see leftover tin cans? An old paint bucket? Or that cool wine bottle you can’t bring yourself to throw away? They belong in the trash, or maybe the recycling bin, but why not instead get a little crafty and upcycle them!
On the week of Earth Day a group of Michigan leaders has announced the state's $97 commitment to funding recycling efforts statewide.
Addressing how the changes in the composition of the earth’s atmosphere has impacted the planet over the years.
Teaming up with NBC’s Climate Challenge this Earth Week, Local 4 meteorologist Paul Gross will answer the most-asked questions about climate change all week long.
Earth-friendly tips to learn something new you could be doing starting this Earth Week!
One of the most interesting climate solutions is right beneath our toes, in the soil: Regenerative farming.
Often, we think of climate change as a thing that will happen many years from now. But that’s no longer the case. Climate change is happening right now, and its impacts can be seen across Michigan.
New movies for the entire family are hitting screens