In his effort to paddle the entire length of the Colorado River, author Jonathan Waterman had to walk the last 60 miles of delta and infected his feet in the polluted remains of the drying river. Here is the second of two excerpts from Waterman's book, Running Dry.
In honor of National Farmers Market Week next week, I attempt to fry up some fiori di zucca.
Are you a Volt kind of gal or a Leaf guy? General Motors and Nissan are revving up to put the first mass-produced electric cars in showrooms.
Fast-food turf wars are nothing new. What's new is when one restaurant openly mocks the others for it with an amazing product like Jamba Juice's Cheeseburger Chill Smoothie, "a delightful mix of real beefy goodness, smothered in cheese, loaded with your favorite condiments and blended to creamy perfection." Slurp up the action in their tasty video.
Last week, we met Gabriel and his roommates. This week, he gets dumped. Heartbroken, he bikes across Europe in search of answers to life's questions.
Syliva Earle marvels at how much trash has wound up in the oceans. How much plastic do you use every day? What can you imagine giving up? Discuss!
Cows (deservedly) get a lot of grief for beef's hefty contribution to global warming, which means we should steer clear of adding more of them to the world, right? Maybe not entirely, thanks to the benefits of these itty-bitty bovines.
Are you thinking inside your cat's box? Ask Umbra herds kitties towards a greener way of pooping. If you have a friend with whiskers, you'll want to read this.
In honor of the Voluntary Human Extinction Movement, here are two videos showing what would happen if we humans suddenly up and disappeared.
We've devised the world's shortest survey to find out what kind of actions our readers are taking. You know you want to.