In the heart of California’s drought disaster, some residents still refuse to adapt.
Does water conservation in California include the maintenance of swimming pools full of rapidly evaporating water?
The Sharper Image is trying to sell me a small one-room humidifier for $140: What am I missing? I could spend $140 on this gadget, or buy a $15 teakettle and a $15 pot (and chances are, between you and me, that I already have
Someone handed me “a water” this afternoon. I like to have water, not “a water” in a bottle, but the person walked away to give other people “a water” before I could say no thank you. So, I took a look. Here’s what I see
“First Data and KKR work together to measure and improve the environmental performance of our business through the Green Portfolio Program established with the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF).” That’s the promise that comes from First Data, an online payment company with an avowed vision to
Every time we sell one of our sweatshop-free shirts, we set aside one dollar of the proceeds to donate to a U.S. political organization fighting the good fight. We set aside another dollar to donate to the betterment of people living outside the United States.
Yesterday, the Environmental Protection Agency released a report on the ecological health of American rivers and streams. It’s the first survey of its kind – and the results are not good. Among the findings: – 55 percent of the sampled sites are in poor condition
Here at Irregular Times, we sell sweatshop-free t-shirts to keep the website going, but we want to do more than that. Part of our way of being ethical about the t-shirt sales we make is to make sure they’re made and printed in the USA,
Why is NASA devoting its resources to planning for the sucking of all the water on our planet into a giant ball that will go rolling across the Great Plains into St. Louis? It’s almost as if all those government scientists know something that we don’t know.
55 National Parks in the United States are actually encouraging people to litter with water bottles. National Parks are not just allowing people to bring disposable plastic bottles of water into the parks, the National Parks are themselves selling bottled water to hikers.
With another set of made-in-the-USA shirt sales coming in, it’s time again for the writers of Irregular Times to keep our commitment and make donations to international human relief and to American political action. This round of donations goes out to Charity Water, which brings