While we set aside one day a year to celebrate Earth Day and focus on ways each of us can protect our planet, there are things we can do every day that are simple and meaningful.
As communities continue to grow, so does the amount of garbage. But cities and companies are struggling to keep workers willing to do these "dirty" jobs.
Go into any store right now to buy pretty much anything, and you’ll find literal tons of plastic packaging. Goods are shrink-wrapped, sealed and stored, all in plastic.
For many of us, plastic bags are a way to get our groceries, and anything else we buy, home from the store.
Florida’s efforts to keep beaches clean and save lives in the ocean are taking a high-tech turn with the introduction of a cleaning robot.
Friday marks Earth Day, and according to data released by the Environmental Protection Agency in 2018, the recycling rate in the U.S. was 32.1%, down from 34.5% in 2015.