What we eat definitely has climate impact but there is often more than meets the eye when you consider how to eat sustainably. Here's an easier way to break down your carbon footprint.
Author Mike Berners-Lee figured out the carbon footprint of more than a hundred things, from sending an email or installing solar panels to starting a war.
We are ready to boldly demand action from government and industry and to do what it takes to stop them in their tracks if they don't act.
After 25 years of inaction by government and industry, it is hard for people to continue to act, to continue to believe that climate justice is possible. This weekend, that may have changed.
A bi-annual vehicle emissions test got me thinking about my personal carbon footprint. A lot of broad-brush numbers and calculators exist out there to calculate one's footprint.
CCPA released a new report today that makes links between inequality and carbon footprints. The analysis is timely given the Occupy movement's focus on inequality and movements for climate justice.