I've been waiting for November to end so that I could mark the end of Hurricane Season 2020. But we can't assume there won't be more storms!
In his annual Earth Day message, Pope Francis told Catholics they need to work together for the environment just as with the pandemic.
I'm beginning to think that some businesses around me have completely missed the point of a plastics ban recently passed in my area.
A graphic making the rounds on social media this week suggested several thermostat settings, but its temperature for sleep raised eyebrows.
We've seen far too many stories lately about animals unintentionally eating plastic. But on social media, some are willingly doing so.
Someone I know posted a photo of a restaurant receipt and asked about takeout fees. In this day of plastic bans, we may all be paying them.
Why would a state known for its beautiful beaches try to implement a sunscreen ban for beachgoers? They say there's a valid reason.
Last week, I wrote about Kirk Cameron's view of hurricanes as examples of God's power being put on display. What if He has a better way?
The end-times are coming and apparently faster than we thought: numerologists say they've figured out the end of the world begins on Sept. 23.
“My very educated mother just showed us nine planets” was a way to help us remember Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto.
General Electric says it's phasing out those annoying CFL bulbs within a year. I never did like them. Compact fluorescent...
I came across an interesting article the other day that mentioned a word I'd never seen: upcycling. But how do...
City officials in San Francisco may no longer be able to buy Apple products in their official capacities and you can blame a rule designed to help the environment.