Humans want to experience the beauty of dolphins, but we don't realize how much harm we might be causing them.
Humans have been modifying the natural world for millennia. But what is right -- the way the world was, or what we change it to be?
This article focuses on California's recent passing of Proposition 12, or the "Farm Animal Confinement Initiative" and if it truly is doing enough to protect animals.
How do we ethically address viewpoints that are dissimilar from our own, especially ones as important as climate change? This article explores how discussions of climate change can evolve ethically.
We can all agree that conservation efforts are crucial -- but how we choose which species to save is another question.
How does "personhood" affect rivers in Chile? And should this title of "personhood" be passed onto inanimate objects if for a good cause?
Pesticides have done a lot of harm to our environment, but most of all to insects. Should our ethics extend beyond ourselves to members of the natural world?
Is Starbucks' plastic straw ban actually more sustainable? And is it an authentic acceptance of responsibility for sustainability?
We all know, more or less, that Planet Earth is in trouble; that there is an overwhelming scientific consensus that an environmental catastrophe –...
Identifying the problems that caused the E. coli outbreak in May might point us towards newer, more sustainable methods of farming.