Cruise lines across the world shut down during the pandemic. In this episode, learn about safety measures to keep passengers and crews healthy and when cruise ships are expected to start sailing again.
Through global recycling efforts, there are now ways for companies to use unwanted items. This aspect of recycling is circular economics.
In this episode, learn about the effects of politics on environmental issues including climate change debates, use of alternative energy sources, and ways to reduce consumption.
The economic and environmental fallout from the Dust Bowl set the stage for the agricultural conditions that we have today.
One of the challenges of helping the environment is to know what we as individuals can do to truly help the environment from home.
Many employers have sanctioned working from home. They believe the practice produces a healthier workforce and a more sustainable ecological future.
Earth Day is coming up on Sunday, April 22. This day has also inspired citizens to take direct action with citizen science to improve the environment.
In a recent interview, Charlie Venuto shared how he used APUS grants to highlight the work of influential environmentalists Allan and Helen Cruickshank.