Beginning Monday, tobacco products, including cigarettes, cigars, chewing tobacco, and electronic cigarettes, will be banned from the school’s campus.
Here are five events in the Los Angeles area meant to teach the local communities how to “go green” and extend the life of this gorgeous planet.
It’s more important than ever to become educated on the challenges our Earth faces. Celebrations and events are happening all over town, with features for Earthlings of every age.
Many people are becoming more environmentally conscious, and Earth Day is a good reminder of just how important nature is.
The University of California Los Angeles will go tobacco-free on Earth Day, April 22, 2013.
The Malibu Library recently underwent a $6 million renovation. To celebrate they re-opened on Earth Day, a fitting date as the building is LEED-certified. The event had a terrific turn-out and was replete with music, […]
A new program launched by the California Coastal Commission is encouraging people to help clean up beaches and communities.
Yes, Earth Day is approaching. You can get in the spirit by making small changes in your lifestyle. No worries about the research, we’ve done it for you.
Nobel Prize winner and noted professor of geophysics Henry Pollack weighs in on ice and the environment.
Earth Day gets more and more important each year. See where this international event got its start and what’s happening this year.
From private jets and tanning beds to the stupid things they often say and do, celebrities impact our environment. Pick who is worse.
Hollywood doesn’t have the best environmental track record. Check out the most environmentally unfriendly movies.
Take a closer look at Dr. Seuss’s ‘The Lorax,’ an environmental fable with real-world implications.
Earth Day comes each spring. These fun activities will help kids understand the importance of preserving the environment.