Is buying refurbished electronics better for the planet than buying brand new ones?
Given the buildup of e-waste these days, environmentalists are increasingly looking at refurbished items when shopping for new electronics.
EartTalk Q&A: Have Scientists Been Able To Definitively Prove Links Between Global Warming and More Extreme Weather Phenomena In Recent Years, Or Is This Still Just A Theory?
The question of whether science has been able to prove, let alone prove definitively, the connection between climate change and extreme weather is a very tricky one. This is because science is always reluctant to deal in certainty.
Earth Talk Q&A: Are the famous Joshua trees of the California desert really going extinct? What can we do to preserve them?
*Note: This Earth Month I am proud to feature the Earth Talk Q&A from the Editors of E-The Environmental Magazine* Learn about Joshua and the possibility of the trees going extinct.
EarthTalk Q&A: What exactly is permaculture and how is it good for the environment?
A buzzword in sustainability circles, permaculture—historically combining “permanent” and “agriculture”—describes ecologically-conscious farming to create sustainable ecosystems for future generations, using methods such as conservation tillage, proper drainage, and polyculture