Forecast: Coal-based energy production rapidly outpaced by renewables in the US

April and May set a symbolic milestone in the transition to renewable energy sources in the USA, as the projections of the Institute of...

The Top 100 People Killing the Planet

From The Decolonial Atlas A few days ago an interesting map was released by The Decolonial Atlas. The...

Adidas Reveals 100% Recyclable Running Shoes That Live Forever

Adidas' latest invention is recyclable running shoes, which have infinite number of lives. Once the owner no longer wants to use them, he can...

Human Composting May Become Legal in Washington

"Natural Organic Reduction" is the name Washington has used to refer to what we can understand as composting human remains. Last Friday the state...

We Finally Found Out Why Earth’s North Rotational Pole Moves

Back in year 2000, scientists noted that the North rotational pole of the Earth is shifting. The phenomenon has been studied extensively since then....

Newly Discovered Bacteria Make Plastics Rot Much Faster

Around 5 to 10 years from now a tiny organism with an unusual appetite made a home in an industrial site near a bottle-recycling...

It Rains Microplastics in Southern France

It’s easy to talk about pollution that’s far away. It doesn’t concern us--it’s deep in the oceans, in poor underdeveloped countries, with people who...

Puerto Rico will stop burning coal next year

Puerto Rico has a plan in motion to shut down its coal-burning power plants by next year. After going through an energy crisis, Governor of...

Floating Bins Cleaning Up Marinas Worldwide

“If we have rubbish bins on land, then why not in the water?” It was this simple question that led surfers Pete Ceglinski and...

Norway Takes Firm Stance Against Arctic Oil Drilling

The Lofoten islands are a rare refuge of wilderness in the Norwegian sea, above the Arctic circle. They are considered a natural wonder and...