After four years of hearings and court battles, Ameren Missouri will move ahead with a planned coal ash landfill in Franklin County, Missouri.
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Plastic microbeads are polluting waterways, and legislatures around the US, as well as some companies making these additives, are responding.
The USDA’s Food Safety & Inspection Service has released FoodKeeper, an app for helping consumers maintain food safety & avoid food waste at home.
Thinking about giving up or addressing wasted food in your home for Lent? Here are some tools that can help you get to Easter successfully.
Rewards programs can increase recycling rates; Norfolk, VA, has made participation in its program even easier with the release of a smartphone app.
A new Los Angeles-focused water waste app allows residents to be good citizens & report leaks and deluges that they come across.
A new entry into the foraging app family, RipeNearMe allows users to not only find food ripe for the picking, but also to share, trade, or sell it.
Got an old smartphone or tablet laying around? Probably: we Americans tend to upgrade such devices every couple of years (and, of course, the big carriers would like us to do it even more often). If you’re like me, you’re planning to recycle that device… but finding a way to reuse it would ultimately be […]
An inside look at CarbonDiem, a smartphone app that tracks and analyzes the carbon emissions created by your transportation choices.
Did you play superhero as a child? Would you like your kids to have even more positive imaginative role models? Then check out Pacha, a new superhero for today’s kids.
Still looking for a ride to Burning Man? Not only do you still have some time, but, as of yesterday, you’ve now got more options for finding one.
Cleaning out a closet, or basement, or other space in your home, and just hate to send all of that potentially useful material to the landfill? Sean McKenna and Jenelle Montilone’s Create Change app will show you how to upcycle that “junk” into useful items.
A leading UK solar power resource site has just launched their first application for both iPad and iPhone.