Should We Wave Goodbye to Disposable Cutlery?

Let's all start carrying proper cutlery with us! The moment I saw the article appear in one of the latest issues of National Geographic, I...
Trash Loaded for Power Generation, A Dwindling "Resource"?

Oslo Imports Trash for Power Generation, But There’s Not Enough Trash to Go Around

The city of Oslo, Norway, burns its trash in specialize plants for power generation and heating, but there are more trash-burning plants than there...

Speeding Tickets in Austria Skyrocket If You Disobey Pollution Control Warnings

In order to protect the environment, the Austrian government has recently imposed drastic measures for those treating motorway pollution with a lead foot. Even though...

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...

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...

Freevolt Harvests Radio Waves to Charge Your Gadgets

Freevolt is a groundbreaking new technology, which harvests energy from radio waves. It provides constant electrical charge to electronic devices absolutely for free. If you...

The Effects of Particulate Matter (PM2.5) on Your Body

Particulate matter, or PM, is an air pollutant that consists of both solid, as well as liquid parts, suspended in air. It is usually...

Top 14 Foods Linked to High Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The idea that eating less does good both to your organism and the environment is already well-established, but nobody really quite tackled the issue...

Technology to Clean Oceans of Plastic Debris Developed by Student

Boyan Slat, a 19-year-old Aerospace Engineering student at TU Delft designed a device that could clean the ocean from plastic trash. The concept called Ocean...

Canada Announces Ban on Single-Use Plastics

The Canadian government has announced it will ban single-use plastics as soon as 2021. According to the CBC‘s government source, things like straws, drink stirrers,...