By investing in people and places, while also changing decision-making processes that have contributed to urban trauma, cities can lead the charge in promoting better health for their citizens and for the planet.
It's not too late to get a book in time for your holiday gift-giving. Unsure where to get started? Check out our 2021 books roundup below for ideas! Get any of these books at your favorite neighborhood...
"The author builds a convincing case that Monsanto was more interested in protecting the reputation of its cash cow than heeding scientific evidence of its dangerous properties.
This holiday season might be the perfect time to consider Jólabókaflóð, the annual Icelandic book flood tradition. We have a...
What are the implications of biodiversity loss for human health? Read the introduction and Chapter 1 of Biodiversity and Human Health, available for free in e-book format!
In the District of Columbia, communities have been addressing disparities in food access and health outcomes. Now, they’re continuing the fight with a campaign called #DontMuteMyHealth.
Turns out that working to restore our lands is good for our personal health.
After twenty-five years dyeing her hair, one woman decides to stop and uncovers the long-term damages of America's beauty products.
Two full lifetimes ago consuming more calories was always welcome, taste was secondary, and having enough food defined everyday life. Nowadays, the opposite holds true: our society is awash in calories and individuals expect their food to satisfy...
By ignoring the risks of fine particle emissions and understating environmental benefits, EPA is now tilting the balance away from sound, evidence-based regulations and the public health benefits they yield.