Climate Change Causes in Sierra de Barahuco, Dominican Republic

The Seven Biggest Contributors to Climate Change

Climate change isn't the work of one person over a short period of time, or even of a few people over decades. Thanks to the...

Spikey, a Shower Curtain That Kicks Out Water Wasters

Having trouble saving water during the morning shower? No problem, Spiky is here, the shower curtain that will literally kick you out of there...

Philips Opens World’s Largest Indoor Farming Facility in Holland

GrowWise City Farming Center, the biggest indoor farming facility for research and development, began operation in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, courtesy of Philips. With the world...

Electric Cars Alone Not Enough to Save Us, Study Claims

A team of scientists has written to the Committee of Climate Change warning that if the UK’s 31.5 million cars are replaced by electric...

The Best Way to Generate Electricity from Pig Poop

Hog farms, where thousands of animals are raised, look really horrible and they pollute rivers, poison groundwater supplies and releaseclouds of methane and carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.

How To Save Fuel in 10 Steps

Tip #0: Whether you drive a two-seat hybrid or a three-ton SUV or a Toyota Prius, chances are you can squeeze a bit more distance...

Carbon Sequestration Project Uses Water to Turn CO2 into Rocks

CarbFix, a project conducted by US and Icelandic researchers, has developed a new approach to carbon sequestration and storage that could completely remove it from the...
Climate change, actually not all that complicated!

10 Arguments Climate Change Deniers Need to Stop Making

While the United States is catching on to climate change, so much so that roughly 66% of Americans acknowledged global warming by 2013, according...
In the arctic, some point to disappearing ice shelves and methane plumes as proof that climate change is happening. In the permafrost of the Russian steppe, people point at holes in the ground.

Big Hole in Russia Appearing Due to Climate Change

Thanks to ever-increasing amounts of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases that human activity is pumping into the atmosphere, climate change is increasing average...

Fat People Account for Gasoline Price Increases and Bigger Carbon Footprint, Study Says

A study of the Resources for the Future (RFF) institute from a few years ago (2009, more exactly) revealed the impact that obesity has on a man's carbon footprint. It showed that even a 10 percent increase in the rate of overweight and obesity among the population affected the miles per gallon by 2.5%, in the bad direction. This, in turn, created a 30 cent increase in gasoline prices.