Australian Desert Farm Uses no Freshwater, Soil or Fossil Fuels to Make Food

Sundrop Farms produces healthy, sustainable food in the middle of the Australian Desert, without using pesticides, fossil fuels or fresh water. The scarcity of food...

Bioplastics Worse Than Ordinary Plastics For Atmosphere, Study Claims

A team of researchers at the University of Pittsburgh reached the conclusion that bioplastics are not as green as they were thought to be, but rather carry the guilt of pollution from the soil (through their biodegradability) to the atmosphere. They published their findings in a report in Environmental Science and Technology.
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Renewable Energy is Reliable, Says Report

We know that most forms of renewable energy are intermittent, which some have used as a scare tactic to keep people from investing, either...

Scientists Recycle Urine to Produce Fresh Drinking Water and Energy

New renewable energy sources are being explored by scientists constantly. Inventions and discoveries flood the scientific journals, unfortunately often the experiments and findings do...

Greece Seeks Economic Comeback In Huge Solar Power Project

Once an empire, Greece is now confronted with maybe the country's most harsh economic crisis since its birth in ancient times. However, solar power...

Cheap, Energy-Efficient Method of CO2 Emission Reduction

For four years now, the Technische Universitat Darmstadt in Germany has been studying an innovative carbon-capturing system, the carbonate-looping method, which aside from being...

Greenpeace: Oreo Responsible of Orangutan Extinction

The Orangutan habitat is endangered in Indonesia, photo from Greenpeace An investigation shows that palm oil producers of the multinational Mondelez has destroyed almost 25.000...

Technique for Waste Water Phosphorous Removal Improved

Research coming from the Urban Water Technologies Stream of CSIRO's Water for a Healthy Country Flagship created a new approach to remove phosphorus from waste...

Newly Discovered Seafloor Magmatic Phenomenon May Emit Carbon Dioxide and Methane In Large Quantities

It looks like we're not even by far nearly the only ones emitting carbon dioxide, but even our very own planet does this in a process discovered recently. Researchers from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) have observed the phenomenon which, although unquantified, emits more carbon dioxide and methane than active ocean floor volcanoes do.

How The Rich and The Poor Manage Their Carbon Footprint

It's always been a matter of taste and common sense not to throw everything to the garbage can after the first use (recycle), to...