I read a report the other day outlining the reasons why living alone is bad for the environment. As someone who lives alone, did it make me rethink my current living situation? Simply put: no.
In order to help protect the health and integrity of World Heritage sites across the world, we’re lucky we have
New research hailing out of Carnegie’s Global Ecology department has discovered that evaporated water from trees helps cool the Earth as a whole — not just a specific area.
A team of scientists and conservationists discovered a new species of monkey while on an expedition through the Amazon earlier this week.
Other than keeping our bodies regular and adding to the compost, we don’t think much past possible uses of human and animal poop. But new research suggests we should.
A new way to store the sun’s heat is using modified carbon nanotubes. These can store solar power indefinitely, later to be recharged by the sun.
The Dirty Dozen. Sounds appetizing, doesn’t it? We hear that we should buy organic. Then it doesn’t matter. Then a new study shows something, well, new. What should we believe?
We’ve heard it over and over: eating local is good for the environment. Less travel, less toxins, supporting our farmers. It can’t get better than that… right?
A team of astronomers have recently discovered an asteroid that has been following Earth around in the same motion about the Sun for at least 250,000 years.
New fog harvesting processes may help make water more available to the world’s poor. Engineer Shreerang Chhatre is exploring fog harvesting,
So, what did you do for Earth Hour 2011?
We hope shutting off your lights between 8:30pm and 9:30pm were part of it!
Sometimes worms are hungry–they stick around and eat. And sometimes they just keep going. The reasons why obviously plague our minds every single day.
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