Earthworms Found Guilty of Increased Greenhouse Gas Pollution

If it's not cows, it's earthworms destroying our planet and its frail ecosystem. That's what a team of researchers from the Netherlands, U.S. and...

EU Airport Pollution Tax Suspended Temporarily

The controversial carbon tax might be suspended for a year on flights to and from non-European nations. This is the proposal given by EU...

China: Replacing Coal with Gas for Heating is Easier Said than Done

Seemingly poor planning resulting in an insufficient heating gas supply has left many rural and urban residents of China in the freezing cold. Normally, the...

EcoBot III Cleans Sewage Water Powered by Human Waste

A robot that cleans human waste from wastewater was invented by a team of researchers from Wessex Water and the Bristol Robotics Laboratory in...
China's Growth has Come at a Significant Cost to the Environment

Extreme China: Capital Punishment for Environmental Damage?

China's economic growth could be described as quick and dirty. China's growth has been great for the economy, but not so much for the...

Japan’s Emissions Slightly Rise, But Not From Nuclear Shutdown

The earthquake that terrorized Japan in 2011 led to the shutdown of nuclear energy. There was an increase in CO2 emissions by 11.8 percent...

FDA Warns Pregnant Women of Dangerous Levels of Mercury In Tuna

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released new recommendations on how much and what type of fish...

The State With The Most Polluted Air in the U.S.

The topic of air pollution is being widely discussed for quite some time now. To start with, controlling the concentrations of carbon dioxide and...

Rocks Made of Plastic Waste Mark New Geological Era of Human Irresponsibility

You know how scientists take geological maps out and are able to match layers of rocks to specific date and time of a landscape...

Widespread Phthalates Pollution Causing Reproductive Issues in Ants

Scientists have recently discovered that phthalates are present in ants. Leading expert Alain Lenoir, a researcher at François Rabelais University in Tours, France, who...