Does the current crisis mean you’re hunkered down and trying your best not to binge watch every show ever made? Now’s the perfect time to open a good book and get caught up on that other crisis, climate change. Here are 5 books to read to get up to speed on global warming. From zoonoses and their connection to climate change to comprehensive plans for how to get ourselves out … [Read more...] about 5 Books to Read to get up to Speed on Global Warming
COVID-19 certainly isn’t something to celebrate, but with a dramatic decline in movement of goods and people around the globe, the residents of some cities have enjoyed unprecedented improvements in air quality in recent weeks. These improvements offer a great opportunity to think clearly about climate change and about our capacity as a species to tackle it head on. Here are 5 … [Read more...] about 5 Cities That Saw the Biggest Air Quality Improvement During COVID Lockdowns
On June 19th, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a warning to consumers not to use any hand sanitizer manufactured by Eskbiochem. Why? Because products from this company may contain a potent toxic chemical that can be absorbed through the skin. What do you need to know to keep yourself and your family safe from toxic hand sanitizer? Let’s take a … [Read more...] about FDA Warns Against Using Eskbiochem Hand Sanitizer – What You Need to Know
You already know that LeafScore is the place for green, but today I want to shine a spotlight on 9 fantastic green and black-owned businesses to support in 2020 and beyond. You can read about our unique research process here. Eco-Friendly Black-Owned Businesses to Support - in depth reviews Plant Apothecary Leaf Score: Highlight: Vegan-friendly beauty, … [Read more...] about Eco-Friendly Black-Owned Businesses to Support in 2020 and Beyond
One of the great draws of a tiny home is that you can live off-grid and enjoy a nomadic lifestyle. If, however, you’re building a tiny home, accessory dwelling unit, or modular or prefabricated home on a small city lot and have access to a perfectly functional electrical grid, water supply, waste system and so forth, your best bet is to use these services and amenities. In … [Read more...] about Living Off-Grid – is it Really Eco-Friendly?