Fujitsu Takes Organic Vegg to New Level, Grows Them In Rooms

We all know, organic is good for you. Free from pesticides and toxins, any organic food is (in theory) much better and much healthier...

New Highly Durable and 100% Recyclable Plastics Discovered by Mistake

It is truly rewarding for any scientific team when the concept that they have been working on for years and years finally realizes and...
Oil companies want carbon tax

Even Oil Companies Want a Carbon Tax

In an unprecedented move six leading European oil companies, including BP and Shell have released a letter calling on the world to implement a price on...

Google Earth to Help Monitor Natural Disasters with Real-Time Satellite Imagery

The effects of climate change are becoming more and more apparent as each day passes by. Changes in habitat distributions, uncontrollable and devastating forest...
Waterman of India

Meet India’s Waterman Reviving Waterways One River at a Time

Rajendra Singh is a remarkable individual who is doing more as individual to combat climate change than most of us put together. Using a modern...

Amsterdam Collects Urine to Fertilize City’s Green Roofs

Earlier this month, the city of Amsterdam was the host of the International Water Week, a remarkable event that gathered environmentalists and governmental officials,...

Space Pollution Threatens Low-Earth Orbits

Created by German photographer Michael Najjar, "Space Debris I" is an amazing representation of the satellites, space junk, and everything else currently orbiting Earth. Beautiful,...
Tesla Model S Displays its Shiny Battery Underbelly, Protected by 1/4" Armor

Tesla Model S, Still one of America’s Safest Cars

After the news of a Tesla Model S fire swept the internet like a wildfire, it piqued the interest of electric-vehicle opponents and flat-earthers...

“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...