Robert Swan is considered one of the greatest explorers of all time. He’s the only person ever to get to both the North and South Poles by hiking — two feats separated by 30 years. He’s now on a mission to save the planet. He reports what he’s seen on both ends of the world and how we can all help.
Jacques Cousteau’s grandson, Philippe, is not only fulfilling his family’s environmental legacy, he’s inspiring a new generation himself to get involved in our planet’s future.
In his new book, “Last Chance: Preserving Life on Earth,” National Wildlife Fund president and CEO Larry Schweiger breaks down the science of global climate change and explains how dire the consequences could be if the problems aren’t fixed.
More than 50 years ago, a Stanford University biologist’s book painted a terrifying picture of the future, featuring an overcrowded Earth and massive famine. Are we any closer to sustainability than we were 50 years ago? He’s here to update us.
How often do you meet a highly educated writer who’s a goat farmer and a media executive? Bryan Welch is that guy. He explains why he’s optimistic that we humans can figure out ways to improve sustainability — without all the doom and gloom.
Did you know the people you surround yourself can be just as important to your health as the air you breathe? Find out how to change your environment and start living a healthier, longer life.
In 1992, a cargo ship lost one of its containers during a violent storm, sending 28,800 rubber bath toys splashing into the sea. A journalist decided to track down what ever happened to them and in the process, discovered how connected we all are.
Eco-warrior Roz Savage is back from her solo boat trips across the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, and she’s launching a new project that helps all of us do one good green deed every day.
He was one of the leaders of the technology boom in the ’90s, but these days he’s making a living out of giving money away and he’s passionate about making a difference.
A trip to Australia changed Bernie and Carl Moro’s lives forever. When they returned, they came out of retirement and started a new business — with worms. Worms eat and they excrete, and Bernie and Carl say they can make the world a better place.