The First Nations Garden currently includes a traditional garden for the community’s use. Part of the space — a prairie and soil restoration project and land specifically used for indigenous practices and traditions — remains in development.
Illinois holds the unfortunate title as the state with the most coal ash pits. Let’s make sure those pits don’t contaminate our environment.
The Chicago Sun-Times and ABC7 looked at whether our love for online shopping is harming the environment and found a mixed bag.
There are materials produced by climate change doubters, lesson plans developed by the oil industry, and countless other sites with misleading info.
A strong commitment to protecting the Chicago River, with zero tolerance for litter and sewage, belongs on the incoming mayor's agenda.
Asia Glacier in Chile proves climate change should be taken seriously.
It's not too late to fix the problem.
"If you can defer washing dishes and laundry, taking showers or baths and flushing toilets, that will reduce the load on sewers," Debra Shore said.
The two males and two females were born to mom, Becca, and dad, Rhett, who were recommended to breed as part of a plan to save the species.
For a growing number of people, zoos provide their only connection to wildlife, and are the primary place for nature and science learning for children
According to the Citizens Utility Board, Chicago area municipalities last year lost 25 billion gallons — about $9 million worth of water — because of leaky pipes. The biggest losses are in areas with old, deteriorating water lines.
Lyrid meteor shower will peak on Monday, April 22, 2019 at about 20 shooting stars per hour.
A number of activities, some free, are scheduled this week to commemorate nearly 50 years of celebrating Earth Day.
Chicago is one of six cities where Lyft is offering free bike-share rides on the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, which is Monday — but the promotion comes after a controversial deal making Divvy the city's exclusive bike-share provider for the next nine years.
The Illinois Municipal Electric Agency is of mounting concern in the community, and it seems clear that it is not getting the coverage it needs.