October 13th, 2019 | by The Beam
Since women are the primary users of energy, they are disproportionately vulnerable to climate change impacts. Energy policies failing to reach women are thus exacerbating potential climate risks for them. In addition, gender inequalities limit women’s access to finance streams, information or training for using sustainable energy sources. Taking a gender lens approach is thus crucial for minimizing such bias and ensuring equal access to energy for both women and men
July 11th, 2018 | by Sponsored Content
We usually write about sustainability innovations on a larger scale: solar, wind, and EVs. But there are lots of smaller ways to live a greener and healthier life at home, and natural bedding is a huge part of that. Learn why natural latex mattresses offer a safer sleep so that you can sleep well and help us fight for our renewable future!
December 3rd, 2017 | by Kyle Field
The Awair Glow is a tiny, night light–sized appliance that brings smart air quality monitoring to your home. It doesn't stop there, as it is also able to trigger actions to correct the issues. Awair sent us over a unit to review, so we took it for a spin over the course of a couple of weeks
October 29th, 2014 | by Jake Richardson
Radha Muthiah, Executive Director of the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves, recently took time out from her busy schedule to [&hellip
May 13th, 2011 | by Tina Casey
Errr...I guess the real question is, why would anybody think of researching the effect of dead skin on indoor air pollution in the first place? Well the answer to that will just have to wait. In the meantime, thanks to the intrepid media team of Bernstein and Woods (what are the odds?) over at the American Chemical Society, we have the story of new research into the effect of dead skin on indoor air pollution.