Can the disposable be sustainable? A smartphone does lots of things, many of them astounding. One thing it doesn't do is last very long. Generally two or three years before it gets thrown away. Usually because it's not worth buying a new battery
Despite Westerners being lectured by climate activists, a study has found that 90% of plastic waste in oceans comes from Asia and Africa. A study from Germany shows that the 10 top-ranked rivers transport 88% to 95% of the global load into the sea, w
Costa Rica has long been renowned for its commitment to protecting its natural environment, but one home nestled into 2.5 acres of a permaculture farm is really setting an example for green building. Located in the idyllic area of Diamante Valley, th
Can you see it? The fire in the photo above?
A single tree burning doesn't put up much smoke.
There's a flash of lightning, sizzling across the sky. Then a pause as bark smolders and flames creep, building heat until poof: a signal in the sky.
Tokyo Electric Power's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, which experienced three massive meltdowns in 2011, is running out of room to store radioactive water. No surprise! But now, what to do about phosphorescent water?
Last month we revealed how high levels of dangerous microplastics had been detected in some of the most remote regions of the world. Now there are new reports that microplastics are turning up in human stool, a new study suggests.
The 1973 movie Soylent Green, staring Charlton Heston and Edward G. Robinson, ended with the desperate proclamation, "It's people!", referring to society's primary food source, Soylent Green. This disgusting professor has sunk to the lowest l
According to a new report from the Friends of the Earth U.S.; Amazon Watch; and Profundo, Larry Fink's BlackRock Inc is one of the top investors in companies "responsible for tropical forest destruction in the Amazon and around the world."
Growing up in West Hanover, Nick Squires and his friends thought little of the countless hours they spent playing in the woods and ponds of a 240-acre property where a fireworks manufacturer and other companies are now known to have dumped toxic chem
Bernie Sanders has promised to save the Planet, make money, re-engineer our economy, and create 20 million new good "green" jobs--for a mere $16 trillion, or $800,000 per job. Some details we might want to ask him: What exactly will these workers be doing?
In this video Dan Dicks of Press For Truth explains how yes the climate is changing but no it is not caused by humans, a sentiment shared by Maxime Bernier the leader of Canada's People's Party of Canada and how Elections Canada now considers thi
There's little I find more annoying than a bunch of rich people lecturing the peons about how something we're doing is "bad" but then they turn around and do the exact same thing times ten because it's different when they do it.
Thankfully, an eco-friendly architectural company in Seattle called Geoship may have come up with the perfect design to protect millions from the huffing and puffing of today's wolfish weather conditions.
Arizona, Nevada and Mexico will be required to take less water from the Colorado River for the first time next year under a set of agreements that aim to keep enough water in Lake Mead to reduce the risk of a crash.
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