Stacker cited data from the USDA Agricultural Census, most recently completed in 2017, to identify the states producing the most vegetables.   

Stacker cited data from the USDA Agricultural Census, most recently completed in 2017, to identify the states producing the most vegetables.   
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Energy Matters

Clean Energy Made Easier In New York

(NAPSI)—Reliance on electricity is growing as communities across the state transition away from pollution-producing fossil fuels to clean, sustainable power sources to combat climate change.   …

Climate hub project in West Virginia draws bipartisan support from Senator Joe Manchin

(NewsUSA) - Washington, D.C.—The Center for Research in Environmental and Sustainable Technologies (CREST Foundation), a leading non-profit based in Washington, D.C., has received important local …

How San Francisco is Creating a Blueprint for Urban Transformation

(BPT) - Downtown San Francisco, known as a global hub for technology and innovation, is at a crossroads. Like many urban areas, it faces a unique set of challenges exacerbated by the pandemic. …

How sustainable is your company? 8 things to look for

At home, you ensure to recycle and curb one-time plastic use. But is your office sustainable? Firmspace compiled this list of what to look for.
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Clean Energy Made Easier In Massachusetts

(NAPSI)—Reliance on electricity is growing as communities transition away from pollution-producing fossil fuels to clean, sustainable power sources to combat climate change. The U.S. Department of …

Going green: How to make your home more environmentally friendly

(BPT) - Most recent data shows that in the past five years, 85% of people have shifted their behavior to be more eco-conscious and have started thinking sustainably when making purchases*. For many, …

The chasing arrows have you chasing your tail

(BPT) - The three-arrowed triangular loop: you see it, and you know it. Or do you? Just about every type of plastic packaging today has that familiar symbol stamped on it, and while common thought …

The simplest and least expensive way consumers can help the environment
(BPT) - Recycling is one of the easiest and least expensive ways to help the environment. Although many people understand the significance of recycling, there is still room to improve participation …
3 tips to help you make a difference in the recycling process
(BPT) - Can you recognize the symbol appearing on plastic products denoting they are recyclable? If not, you're not alone. While many Americans are concerned about recycling, a recent study conducted …
Data shows with sustainability top-of-mind, U.S. adults have a desire to make an impact
(BPT) - Celebrating 50 years, World Environment Day 2023 is a reminder that people's actions matter and contribute to building a brighter future for us all.The relationship between consumer behavior …

Parenting Toward Positive Environmental Impact

(Family Features) If you're looking for ways to make sustainability a bigger priority for your household and family, consider these environmentally friendly ideas.

Environment matters
How wildfires have worsened in recent decades
Stacker cited data from the National Interagency Fire Center, NOAA, and the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection to visualize how the spread of wildfires has worsened in recent years.
4 Benefits of Propane-Powered School Buses
(Family Features) Whether your child's school bus takes them around the block or across town, every child deserves a safe, clean, healthy ride to the classroom.
Green infrastructure means a heavier reliance on electricity, but does the US have enough electricians?
LED Lighting Supply cited data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Projections Managing Partnership to look at how the number of electrician jobs in the U.S. is expected to grow amid the increasing growth of green infrastructure.
These local governments are suing Big Oil
Stacker looked at the legal landscape of pending lawsuits against oil companies, citing data from the Center for Climate Integrity.  
Spotting Invasive Pest Threats Today Can Save Our Trees, Plants and Crops for Tomorrow
(BPT) - For many of us, warmer weather means more time outside. It’s also the time invasive species, known as “Hungry Pests,” emerge and attack the trees and crops we depend on. …