A Mysterious Leaf Disease Is Killing Beech Trees—and It’s Spreading

This post was originally published on this site If you’ve seen lovers’ initials carved in a tree, it’s probably a beech. The iconic species—known for its smooth, delicate bark—is not just a favorite canvas for bark carvers, they provide shelter and food for a large range of wildlife, including birds, squirrels and bears. But scientists … Read moreA Mysterious Leaf Disease Is Killing Beech Trees—and It’s Spreading

A New Call to National Climate Action

This post was originally published on this site By Rhea Suh Minutes after opening the 116th Congress last week, incoming Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi issued a stirring call to national action on what she called “the existential threat of our time: the climate crisis.“ In Pelosi we have a leader who is listening … Read moreA New Call to National Climate Action

How to make a change in the New Year that lasts

This post was originally published on this siteLast week I shared the right (and wrong) way to do Keto in our latest investigation on the blog. The timing was appropriate, too… Right about now you’re probably *overwhelmed* with new diets, fitness challenges, and “new year, new you” promotions. However, there’s one BIG PROBLEM – even … Read moreHow to make a change in the New Year that lasts

16 Cruelty-Free, Vegan Hair Dye Brands to Check Out

This post was originally published on this site There’s just something sublimely satisfying about dyeing your hair a vibrant shade of red in the middle of a cold, gray winter or bright blonde at the height of summer. Fortunately, there are many cruelty-free hair colors available today to help you achieve the perfect look. No … Read more16 Cruelty-Free, Vegan Hair Dye Brands to Check Out