EWG News Roundup (5/1): Despite COVID Outbreaks, Trump Forces Meat Processing Plants To Stay Open, Rethinking Beauty Routines at Home and More

How to track migratory birds near you

These websites can help you figure out which migratory birds will be coming through your area.

Georgia’s coronavirus actions are anti-science. Is it time to move?

These are the kind of foolish, anti-science actions that those of us who cover the climate…

Study: Rising temperatures will double the risk to farmworkers in the coming decades

By 2050, U.S. farmworkers are projected to experience unsafe heat on nearly 40 days per season.

Why S. California's tides are glowing blue

Bioluminescent algae blooms every few years on the California coast, Australia and elsewhere.

The Pandemic Sends an Ill Wind Through Iowa. Will Congress Step Up to Help?

The sharing economy is taking on a whole new meaning these days

Companies like Airbnb and Uber are feeling the pandemic pinch, but neighborly sharing is on its…

Jeff Bezos says ordering groceries online is better for the planet. Is he right?

When researchers compare shopping online to shopping at a brick-and-mortar outlet, what they’re mainly talking about…

In the middle of a pandemic, renewables are taking over the grid

Renewables are breaking their own records, and pushing coal out of the mix.

Meet five people cooking up a new future for food

These food innovators are creating a whole new menu of options.