China Continues to Pursue Its Nuclear Dream

When China announced recently that it plans to change its 2020 target for nuclear power the world dared to hope. But don't hold your breath: it hasn't announced how much they will change and whether it's for the long run!

UN Encourages Us to Eat Insects as Part of a Nutrition-Rich Diet

According to a report by the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization insects can provide all needed nutrients and proteins to undernourished children. The report, which...

Privatization of Water Supplies Might Limit Fundamental Human Rights

For many of us, availability of clean fresh water is a given. It is quite often difficult to comprehend how it could this ever...

Delaying Internet's Data Could Reduce Its Carbon Emissions

The servers, routers, switches and other components of a network are designed to work with much larger quantities of data than they do daily,...

Australia Becomes World's First Country That Will Put a Price On Carbon

According to the Australian government, the country will be the world's first nation that will put a price on carbon emitted into the atmosphere (US$24.6) starting July next year.

“Cap-and-trade” Program Cuts Down California’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions

This coming Wednesday, California is going to go one step further in their fight against climate change. The state is hosting the first ever...

Alarming Rates of Ocean Acidification Detected by UK Scientists

In March, 2012, one of the world’s leading journals “Science” published a paper on geological record of ocean acidification by Dr. Daniela Schmidt, a...

Obama Changes US to Green

A long time ago, President Obama announced his agenda as very different from what we are used to. He lets us see that US economy can not only not lose, but also win from keeping environmental policies at the front.

Arctic Drilling Suspended as Shell Regroups After Mishaps

In 2013, the Arctic is safe from at least one oil company’s drills. Royal Dutch Shell announced on Wednesday that it will not be...