The return of the woolly mammoth! Ice Age species could be brought back from extinction to fight CLIMATE CHANGE as scientists raise $15m to grow embryos in the lab using DNA from a 42,000-year old carcass
The cleanliness of Tokyo, the diversity of New York and the social services of Stockholm: Billionaire Marc Lore has outlined his vision for a 5-million-person "new city in America" and appointed a world-famous architect to design it.
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4Ocean, the guys who you may have seen on Instagram selling bracelets made out of ocean plastic as a way to fund their ocean cleanup, have enlisted the help of new and extra-special beachcomber in their land-based campaign to end ocean plastic pollut
When she arrived in Brazil, it soon became clear that serving the poor was not going to be an apolitical proposition. It was a pivotal era, with Latin American bishops boldly applying the teachings of the gospel to local injustices. Dorothy helped es
People should not forget that they are carbon-based units and that a war on carbon is essentially a war against them. Nevertheless, the global elite represented by the WEF, central banks, NGOs, foundations and Blackrock are shoving their policies of
Environmentally responsible packaging appears to be the next big green trend as Maine introduces a new law that shifts the cost of recycling from municipalities to corporations, according to News Center Maine.
The precious cargo on the ship docked in San Diego Bay was strikingly small for a vessel built to drag oil rigs out to sea. Machines tethered to this hulking ship had plucked rocks the size of a child's fist from the ocean floor thousands of miles in
The world produces more than 1.8 billion tons of steel a year, releasing nearly twice that weight in carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Indeed, steel production accounts for somewhere between 7-8 percent of global anthropogenic carbon emissions, so
President Joe Biden has made mitigating "climate change" one of the top priorities of his administration. That meant focusing on meeting pollution reduction goals and greenlighting massive solar development projects.
UC Santa Cruz is investigating this method as a possible generator of solar energy that would allow for the saving of 63.5 billion gallons of water from evaporation annually, a massive windfall for a state that sometimes rations water and which regul
Fukushima, The Radioactive Spill That Keeps On Giving; DDT Dump Discovered Off SoCal Coast; Bayer Held to the Fire Over Glyphosate Deaths; Investigative Journalist, Carey Gillam, Unleashes "The Monsanto Papers."