TRENTON, N.J. - New Jersey has officially banned single-use bags and foam containers -- although the ban doesn't take effect for another year and a half.
According to the suit, the Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant "would regularly and purposefully vent raw UF6 [uranium hexafluoride], transuranics, heavy metals, and other toxic chemicals into the atmosphere."
Japan to Dump Radioactive Fukushima Water Into Ocean, Could Damage Human DNA, Greenpeace Warns
Alternative 'clean' energy has been an intentional disaster for the planet, costing taxpayers trillions while disrupting inexpensive and reliable energy sources like natural gas, coal and oil. This is a must-read report to understand the facts of
Alphabet's X moonshot factory is a research group working to solve big-picture ideas through technological innovation, and for its latest venture the team is turning its attention to sustainable farming.
California -- the state that created the U.S. car culture -- will ban all internal combustion-engine cars and passenger trucks starting in 2035.
Over the past few years, Elon Musk has thought about making an HVAC for in-home use. Recently, Musk tweeted about some information about Tesla's HVAC. In this video, I cover what this information is and why an HVAC would be a revolutionary addition t
Elon Musk has long discussed building a Tesla VTOL Supersonic Jet, but the battery density has prevented him from doing so. However, more recently, Elon has stated that 400 Wh/kg, the energy density required for electric flight, will likely be achiev
As you may know, Trump showed up at the White House recently with an all-electric pickup truck from Lordstown Motors. He's also praised Tesla's Elon Musk on occasion.
Once upon a time, disposables were not an option. Now, we're obsessed with them. Disposing of disposables is easier than you think, and saves money.
In March 2015, Bill Gates showed an image of the coronavirus during a TED Talk and told the audience that it was what the greatest catastrophe of our time would look like.
The New York Times recently detailed why the solution to California's megafires begins with ending overzealous fire suppression.
McDonald's UK will begin testing a new system of reusable, returnable cups to cut back on the demand for hot beverage to-go containers now that 600 billion of them are produced each year around the world.
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Scientists are still unsure about the health risks that microplastic ingestion poses to human health. But that's starting to change thanks to recent studies.
Perhaps the time is right for a new wave of nuclear reactors, ones that are smaller than traditional nuclear power plants for several reasons:
This paper addresses the health implications of background electromagnetic radiation (EMR) in our daily environment.
Revolutionary Science on Soil Creation, Composting, and Climate Change with Matt Powers Matt is a permaculture educator and author of over a dozen books, online courses, and the first government accredited permaculture curriculum in North America.
The long term picture is good, but there is still plenty to do. The big problem now is the plastic problem but that is also becoming solvable. I do see a massive increase in the general global fishery in general simply because it is easy enough.
Do wind turbines and solar farms hold the keys to saving the environment?
A vast fishing armada off Ecuador's biodiverse Pacific islands has stirred alarm over 'indiscriminate' fishing practices
Engineers have developed a new type of hybrid solar energy converter, which uses energy from the Sun to create both electricity and steam.
As tasty as cows are, their greenhouse gas emissions aren't quite so palatable. In an attempt to clean up the agriculture industry a little, Burger King has now announced that it will start feeding its cows a new diet that can reportedly cut methan
People who see or catch a banded bird report that information back to the lab, which keeps records of all reported encounters. Laboratory staffers manage more than 77 million archived banding records and more than 5 million bird encounter reports, wi