Plants sold as "bee friendly" may not be all that bee friendly after all.
Thinking of a fragile child
Sewage sludge is rich in plant nutrients—but it comes with invisible risks.
Stabilizing our climate will require an attitude shift from “me” to “we.”
In search of nature’s oldest living things
O'Hare showcases urban gardening to educate travellers.
Reforestation and urban farms could help secure Detroit's future.
Tread more lightly on the planet, and rack up a few nutrition bonus points while you do.
Greening the Desert and Reversing Climate Change
Pesticides are suspected of killing commercial honeybees, and now they may be putting backyard hives at risk, too.
Improve the world and raise money for your school's cause? It's easier than you think.
A government agency has criticized four clothing companies for advertising bamboo as “green.”
A new report gives new meaning to the idea that nothing worth having comes easily.
Recycling plastic keeps trash out of landfills and decreases our reliance on polluting fossil fuels.
New research suggests that products we use on our skin could be a significant source of pharmaceuticals in the environment.
Sage advice from our founder, J.I. Rodale.
Eat locally—and raise your voice.
Most of your lawn’s problems can be fixed with simple maintenance, not floods of expensive chemical fertilizers or pesticides.
The Rodale Institute celebrates the success of its 30-year Farming Systems Trial.
Take the pulse of the planet by monitoring your backyard.