Sustainability

5 Birds That Thrive Because of Sustainable Forestry Efforts

Derek Stern

For many of us, we support conservation efforts simply because it makes us feel good and we ...

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Giving Trees Probiotics Helps Them Clean Up Toxic Soil

Ryan Nathans

Trees have always had the ability to capture and remove pollutants from both the air and the soil. ...

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Ways To Make Your Wedding Day Less Wasteful

Ryan Nathans

Congratulations, you got engaged and are ready to spend the rest of your life with your partner. ...

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Thanks To Conservation Efforts, India’s Tiger Population Has Grown 30% In The Last 4 Years

Derek Stern

Sadly, many of the world’s most beautiful creatures are on the endangered species list, with an ...

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Thanks To A Massive Heat Wave, Greenland Just Lost 11 Billion Tons Of Ice

Sarah Jones

August has been a tough month for Greenland. Like many other countries around the world, this ...

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Thanks To Environmental Efforts, The Condor Is Making A Serious Comeback

Ryan Nathans

The California condor is the largest bird in North America, but for a time, experts didn’t expect ...

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2020 Olympic Medals To Be Made From Recycled Phones

Ryan Nathans

The 2020 Olympic Games are shaping up to be pretty memorable. Specifically, the next event is going ...

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These Summer Vegetables Will Have Your Garden (And Kitchen) Full

Shirley Wickerson

There are a lot of good reasons to rejoice when the summer season finally arrives. One of those ...

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Alzheimer’s Disease Found In Dolphins

Taylor McCann

For decades, the intelligence levels of dolphins have often been compared to that of humans. Now, ...

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Paris Bans Nearly Two-Thirds Of Vehicles To Battle Pollution

Shirley Wickerson

Paris recently set a record by imposing the most severe restrictions in the city’s history when it ...

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Looking For A Sustainable Vacation Destination? Check Out Istanbul.

Ryan Nathans

Everyone loves a good vacation, but in this day and age, it’s important to seriously think about ...

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Check Out These Wild Edible Plants On Your Next Hiking Trip

Shirley Wickerson

Whether you do it for fun or you find yourself in a survival situation, being able to identify wild ...

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120 Million People Could Be Facing Poverty By 2030, And We Have Climate Change To Thank

Shirley Wickerson

It would seem that climate change may have a bigger impact than just damage to the environment. A ...

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New York May Be Banning The Sale Of Fur

Ryan Nathans

New York City has long been known as one of the globe’s biggest hot spots when it comes to the ...

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Palm Beach Florida Bans Single-Use Plastic Bags And Polystyrene Containers

Jesse Powell

It seems that each month more and more countries are hopping on the environmentalists’ bandwagon ...

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Common Gardening Soil Issues And Solutions

Shirley Wickerson

Wouldn’t it be nice if all one had to do was spray a little fertilizer on their garden and get ...

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Wild Pigs Are Wreaking Havoc In Canada, And The U.S. May Be Next

Sarah Jones

Parts of Canada have a serious problem on their hands and if something doesn’t change, Americans ...

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Experts Say that Earth Has Lost A Third Of Its Topsoil And The Number Is Going Up

Sarah Jones

When it comes to environmental concerns, we constantly hear about the effects of pollution and ...

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Here’s Why You Should Keep Your Cap On Your Plastic Bottle Before You Recycle It

Jamie Hinds

Many people might be surprised to learn that when it comes to recycling, there have always been ...

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These Common Household Items Make Great Fertilizer For Your Garden

Derek Stern

If you’re a proficient gardener, there’s a good chance that you fully embrace the “do-it-yourself” ...

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Environmental Efforts In California Are Reducing Effects Of Fog

Taylor McCann

It’s hard sometimes to know if our conservation efforts are really paying off. Does it really ...

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Danish Island Commits To Be 100% Trash-Free By 2032

Ryan Nathans

There’s a huge trend right now of communities and even entire countries committing to some pretty ...

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Why Don’t More Schools Teach About The Effects Of Climate Change?

Derek Stern

A recent study has shown a pretty stark trend when it comes to one particular subject that kids ...

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Washington State To Allow `Human’ Composting

Phil Dunn

Residents in Washington state will soon have another option when it comes to how their remains are ...

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A Massive Beach Cleanup In Mumbai Has Brought Back Turtles Thought To Be Gone

Phil Dunn

At any given moment on the planet, there’s a conservation effort happening. That’s great news, but ...

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Cut the Ties: 4 Options for Generating Power Off the Grid

Phil Dunn

So the idea of severing utility bills from your life and maintaining an existence completely ...

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Tips For Growing Your Own Mushrooms Indoors

Phil Dunn

For those of us who live in the Northern Hemisphere, gardening season is right around the corner. ...

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Going Off the Grid: Is it Really Possible to Sever Ties With Corporate Utility Providers?

Shirley Wickerson

We hear the phrase “off the grid” a lot these days. If you ask five different people what that ...

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Signs Of Human Pollution Have Been Found In The World’s Deepest Sinkhole

Jamie Hinds

Those of us who have an appreciation of the outdoors and nature have often wondered if there are ...

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The Environmental Dangers Of Releasing Balloons Outside

Phil Dunn

For decades, we’ve celebrated many different special occasions by releasing balloons into the air. ...

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Australia Just Granted Permission For One Million Tons Of Sludge To Be Dumped On The Great Barrier Reef

Phil Dunn

The Great Barrier Reef in Australia is 1,400 miles of some of the most remarkable reef habitat on ...

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5 Examples of Green Energy Sources – This is Our Future

Phil Dunn

We can’t rely on fossil fuels for producing the bulk of energy that is used by humans. Recently, a ...

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Here Are Some Of The Worst Invasive Species In America Today

Phil Dunn

An invasive species of plant or animal can quickly wreak havoc on an area’s ecological system. ...

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5 Power Stations Across the Planet That Help Keep the Environment Green

Dominica Applegate

If you’re interested in keeping the environment clean and green, then you understand the demand for ...

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Puerto Rico Shoots For 100% Clean Energy By Mid-Century

Jamie Hinds

Sometimes, good things can come from otherwise tragic events. Two years ago, Hurricane Maria tore ...

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This Norwegian Cruise Line Will Soon Be Using Dead Fish To Power Its Ships

Jamie Hinds

These days, more and more companies are trying to find new and creative ways to “go green.”  It’s a ...

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New Startup Grocery Store In Brooklyn Offers Zero-Waste Grocery Delivery

Phil Dunn

These days, we should all be looking for ways to go greener. That just doesn’t apply to our ...

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New Analysis Shows That Renewable Energy Could Surpass Fossil Fuel Usage In UK By Next Year

Phil Dunn

British analysts recently make a pretty encouraging announcement regarding the UK’s electricity ...

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Government Shutdown Does Damage To Joshua Tree National Park That Could Take Centuries To Repair

Phil Dunn

The recent government shutdown in the United States left many of the country’s national parks as a ...

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Electric Cars: Will They Take Over The Market or Is It Just a Passing Phase?

Dominica Applegate

Chances are you know at least one person who has an electric car. You may even have one yourself. ...

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Smart Enhanced Agriculture and I o T: What Is It and Will It Work?

Shirley Wickerson

In true Terminator fashion, software and intelligent computing has worked its way into virtually ...

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Useful Tips for Living Off the Grid in the City

Tom Jones

Chances are, when you hear that someone is living off the grid, you picture a remote cabin ...

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Arctic Reindeer Latest Animals To Be Threatened By Climate Change

Raymond Harris

There is a lot of debate when it comes to the topic of climate change these days. Most folks who ...

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New Jersey Becomes First State To Ban Exotic Animals In Circuses

Phil Dunn

We certainly live in uncertain times. The animals that share this planet with us live in equally ...

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How To Grow Indoor Vegetables This Winter

Tom Jones

For most areas, winter marks a time where growing vegetables is an activity that’s pretty few and ...

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4 Elephant Poachers Were Recently Convicted In The Congo

Raymond Harris

Anyone who keeps up with conservation efforts around the world knows that poaching is still a major ...

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A Look Back at the Galveston Bay Oil Spill and its Impact on the Community

Phil Dunn

On March 22nd, 2014, two large commercial ships collided and dumped nearly 170,000 gallons of ...

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Spain The Latest Country To Commit To 100% Renewable Energy

Phil Dunn

2018 was a year where many countries and other governments made a lot of headway in terms of ...

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Scented Candles Can Be Bad For Your Health—Here Are Some Safer Alternatives

Jamie Hinds

It’s the holiday season and for many, that means houses full of all kinds of delicious smells. That ...

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Amazon Is Selling Live Christmas Trees This Year And It Could Be Bad For The Environment

Phil Dunn

Most of us have either heard (or uttered ourselves) the phrase, “man, you can buy ANYTHING on ...

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Jamaica Jumping On The Plastic Ban Bandwagon

Tom Jones

Plastic bans have been a hot topic among cities and countries who are wanting to “go green,” and it ...

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How To Cut Back On Packaging Waste During The Holidays

Phil Dunn

For most of us, the holidays are a great time of year. We get to spend time with friends and family ...

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New Global Climate Talks Could Result In Some Pretty Tough Goals

Shirley Wickerson

Three years ago, several nations throughout the world met in Paris and came up with a global ...

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How To Extend Your Gardening Season Into The Winter Months

Phil Dunn

For some, the winter month can be miserable stretches of time where we’re given no choice but to ...

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Chernobyl Producing Power Once More

Shirley Wickerson

For the past 32 years, if you mentioned the word “Chernobyl,” most people would associate it with ...

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Tips For Avoiding Home Energy Issues

Jamie Hinds

Making a mistake or two when it comes to your home energy setup can quickly take a toll on your ...

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California Is Home To World’s Largest Deep Sea Octopus Nursery

Tom Jones

California is a special place when it comes to advances in environmental protection and efforts to ...

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These Houseplants Will Help Improve Your Health

Phil Dunn

Indoor plants can do more than just make your living room look bright and lively. They can actually ...

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A 115 Square Mile Iceberg Just Broke Off From Antarctica

Raymond Harris

In yet another example of global warming, it seems that Antarctica is attempting to send the world ...

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Meghan Markle’s Favorite Sustainable Clothing Brands

Phil Dunn

Meghan Markle’s first year in the royal family has been a busy one. She’s traveled quite a bit with ...

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Tips For Growing Blueberries

Phil Dunn

Blueberries taste great and they’re really good for you. Unfortunately, many folks only get their ...

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Disney To Do Away With Plastic Straws In Its Parks

Tom Jones

More and more companies are doing their part to help lower their impact on the environment. Earlier ...

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After 21 Years In Captivity, Five Moon Bears In Asia Have Been Freed

Phil Dunn

Earlier this month, an animal rights group out of Hong Kong made five moon bears very happy. The ...

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California Could Be Getting A Ton Of Offshore Wind Farms

Jesse Powell

California is generally a front-runner when it comes to making some serious moves in the world of ...

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Electric Cars Might Not Be As Good For The Environment As Once Thought

Phil Dunn

Like many new concepts, when the idea of electric cars first hit the scene they were met with quite ...

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Cleveland Joins The List Of Major U.S. Cities Committing To 100% Sustainable Energy By 2050

Tom Jones

Cleveland is an important landmark in America’s industrial history. A river town, Cleveland has ...

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Conservation Spotlight: The Alaska Conservation Foundation

Tom Jones

In a time where conservation organizations seem to be constantly battling environmental issues with ...

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Meet The World’s First Hydrogen-Powered Train

Jamie Hinds

The world of clean energy technology is seeing a lot of important developments these days. One area ...

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California Planning To Launch Its Own Satellite To Monitor Air Pollution

Phil Dunn

California has announced that it will be launching its own satellite, which will be used to track ...

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Grizzly Bears Around Yellowstone Returned To Endangered List, Hunts Cancelled

Tom Jones

Early last month, the Grizzly bears that call Yellowstone National Park home were supposed to be ...

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Scientists To Use Robots To Combat Invasive Starfish Along Great Barrier Reef

Tom Jones

The crown-of-thorns starfish is a beautiful creature. They’re abundant throughout Australia’s Great ...

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California Makes History Again By Passing 100% Clean Energy Law

Tom Jones

The state of California has once again led the way in terms of states who are serious about ...

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Endangered Sea Turtles Thriving Once More In Cyprus

Shirley Wickerson

Scientists and locals are both thrilled to see a wave of tiny Loggerhead and Green turtles on the ...

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Canada To Ban Bee-Killing Pesticides

Phil Dunn

Bees are pretty important. In fact, they’re responsible for pollinating about a third of the ...

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Thickest Arctic Sea Ice In The World Breaking Up For The First Time In History

Raymond Harris

The evidence of global warming has been stacking up over the years and a recent study has shown ...

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Kroger Is The Latest Company To Commit To Phasing Out Plastic Bags

Phil Dunn

Kroger Co. is one of the largest supermarkets in the United States, and now it will be joining many ...

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Grizzlies Could Be Potentially Hunted Again For The First Time In 40 Years

Phil Dunn

Grizzly bears haven’t been hunted in Yellowstone National Park for over 40 years. Prior to their ...

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Green Glamping: A Look At Peru’s EcoCamp

Walton Bailey

We’ve touched on the concept of “glamping” before. It’s a great way to get folks who might not be ...

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Experts Suggest That Trump’s Wall Could Be A Conservation Threat

Shirley Wickerson

The proposed Mexico/United States border wall that’s been a cornerstone of Donald Trump’s campaign ...

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Nissan’s Electric Campervan Makes Road Tripping Conservation-Friendly

Shirley Wickerson

In recent years, America has seen a huge rise in people living and working out of their vans, ...

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New Homes In California Are Now Required To Have Some From Of Solar Power

Jamie Hinds

California has long been a leader among states that are serious about reducing environmental ...

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New Jersey Home To Great White Shark Birthing Ground

Phil Dunn

Great white sharks are no strangers to the cold waters off the New Jersey shoreline. Considered one ...

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A Look At the Importance Of the Land And Water Conservation Fund In New Mexico (And Why Congress Should Renew It)

Tom Jones

Residents across New Mexico will usually agree that they’ve benefited greatly from the Land Water ...

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California Invests Three-Quarters Of A $Billion In Transportation Electrification

Shirley Wickerson

It’s no secret that California is pretty serious about reducing its carbon footprint, especially ...

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The United Kingdom Sees Serious Drop In Plastic Bag Usage

Shirley Wickerson

Three years ago, the UK took a big step in reducing its plastic pollution by instituting a 5p ...

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Man “Bicycles” The Thames River And Removes Nearly 800 Pounds Of Trash In The Last Year

Sarah Jones

Anyone who takes the time to pick up trash in an effort to improve the environment should ...

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Dozens Of Permits Issued For Importing Lion Hunting Trophies To The U.S.

Jamie Hinds

The animal rights group Friends of Animals recently submitted a request to the federal government ...

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Alaska’s National Wildlife Refuge Could Be An Oil Drilling Hotspot By The End Of The Year

Sarah Jones

The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) in Alaska could be the next battleground in the fight ...

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Scientists Discover New Species Of Gibbon In Ancient Tomb

Shirley Wickerson

  In a bizarre turn of events, scientists who were exploring an ancient tomb in China in ...

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10,000 Acres In Arizona’s San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area Opened Up For Cattle Grazing

Ryan Nathans

The San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area (SPRNCA) in Arizona is a rarity. It’s a patch of ...

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World’s First Beluga Whale Sanctuary To Open In Iceland

Raymond Harris

Heimaey is an island off the southern coast of Iceland, and it will soon be getting some new ...

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Belize Barrier Reef Is Officially Removed From The UNESCO ‘In Danger’ List

Phil Dunn

In a world where more and more species seem to become endangered or more and more locations around ...

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Nestle Will Be Allowed To Continue Taking Water From California National Forest

Phil Dunn

Nestle Waters North America is the largest producer of bottled water in the United States. For the ...

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Oil Drilling Has Been Approved In Parts Of The Congo

Shirley Wickerson

The Virunga and Salonga National Parks area of the Congo has long been home to a large amount of ...

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The Conservation Dilemma Of China’s Giant Salamander

Shirley Wickerson

The Chinese giant salamander looks like something that came straight out of a fifties ...

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United Nations Launches New Global Environment Coalition

Shirley Wickerson

On May 30th, the United Nations launched a new global coalition that has the topics of climate ...

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Is A Vegan Diet Really That Environmentally Friendly?

Shirley Wickerson

For most people, the decision to become a vegan is generally associated with living a healthier ...

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Millennials And Their Impact On The Food Industry

Shirley Wickerson

For a while now, we’ve been hearing about how Millennials are changing the work culture, but what ...

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Gladys Porter Zoo Staff Heading To Mexico For Kemp’s Ridley Sea Turtle Conservation Project

Shirley Wickerson

The Kemp’s ridley sea turtle has had a rough go of it over the past 30 years or so. In fact, in ...

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Could Science Bring These Animals Back From Extinction?

Shirley Wickerson

Animals are going extinct at an alarming rate. But what if there was something we could do to ...

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Colorado Chemists Discover Polymer That Could Replace Modern Plastic

Shirley Wickerson

Plastic is one heck of a convenient material to have around but you probably know by now that it ...

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China Expands Its Bans On The Import Of Solid Waste Materials

Shirley Wickerson

China has already banned the import of plastic waste for its recycling operations. That move led ...

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London Sees Massive Increase In Reusable Starbucks Cups

Shirley Wickerson

London Starbucks locations have initiated a process that has substantially increased the use of ...

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Maryland Bans Pet Stores From Selling Dogs And Cats Bred In Mills

Shirley Wickerson

Maryland just took a big step in the world of animal rights, joining a very short list of states to ...

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For The First Time In History, Every City In India Has Electricity

Shirley Wickerson

For the first time ever, every single city in India has electricity. Leisang, in India’s state of ...

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Hawaii Is Banning Certain Sunscreens To Protect Its Reefs

Shirley Wickerson

Anyone who spends a significant amount of time outside knows the importance of using sunscreen. ...

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U.K. Launching Serious Ivory Ban

Shirley Wickerson

The sale and trade of ivory has been a hot button among environmentalists and animal activists ...

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9 Million Wildflowers Are About To Be Planted In London

Shirley Wickerson

There’s a new movement about to add quite a bit of color to the London scenery. The city is already ...

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China Is Low On Rainwater So They’re Making Their Own

Derek Stern

The Tibetan plateau is China’s biggest source of reserve freshwater, and right now it’s running ...

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Tips For Growing Vegetables On A Budget

Shirley Wickerson

Growing your own vegetables is definitely more cost-effective than constantly buying produce from ...

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Recommendations For Planting A Raised Garden

Shirley Wickerson

Sadly, not everyone has a yard that’s conducive to successful gardening. Space limitations play a ...

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New Energy Storage Device Could Replace The Lithium Battery

Shirley Wickerson

We’ve come to rely on lithium batteries to power many of our small electronic devices. While we ...

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White Rhinos Dreadfully Close To Extinction

Shirley Wickerson

Sadly, there’s only one male northern white rhino left on the planet. Sadder still, it appears that ...

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Giant Colony of Penguins Discovered In Antarctica

Shirley Wickerson

It would seem that a penguin colony made up of 1.5 million members would be something a little hard ...

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Responsible And Green-Minded Consumers Are Putting Serious Pressure On Major Utility Companies

Shirley Wickerson

Being environmentally conscious with your personal practices is a great way to live a green life, ...

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5 Ways To Go Green In The Kitchen

Derek Stern

The kitchen provides a lot of opportunities for going green. You can replace old appliances with ...

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LEGO Announces Release Of Sustainable Play Pieces

Derek Stern

LEGO is setting the pace among large companies and going green with its play pieces this year. The ...

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How To Start Your Own Seeds On A Budget

Shirley Wickerson

Starting your own seeds for a spring garden is a budget-friendly way to get a jump on the growing ...

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Utility Executives Predict That Wind And Solar Power Could Be Cheaper Than Traditional Coal Within 5 Years

Jamie Hinds

Across the world, many utility executives are closely examining alternative power options as it ...

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What Are The Greenest Countries In The World?

Derek Stern

Earth day is fast approaching (April 22), and if you’re looking to celebrate by taking a trip, we ...

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Dubai Plans To Construct Largest Waste-To-Energy Facility In The World

Jamie Hinds

Dubai is no stranger to building some pretty impressive structural marvels. Now, the city that’s ...

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World’s Largest Ivory Market Votes To Ban Ivory Trade

Shirley Wickerson

Lawmakers in Hong Kong recently submitted a historic vote to ban the trade of ivory. The vote will ...

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Conservation Groups Plan Lawsuit Over Land Exchange Deal In Alaska’s Izembek National Wildlife Refuge

Jamie Hinds

The Izembek National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska is one of the most diverse natural lands in America. ...

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5 Winter Gardening Tips

Shirley Wickerson

For most parts of the Northern Hemisphere, this winter has turned out to be a particularly brutal ...

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Indoor Potato Growing Tips

Jamie Hinds

Growing potatoes indoors is a great way to break the winter blues, not to mention, ensure that ...

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How To Help Your Plants Survive The Winter

Derek Stern

Winter is a harsh season. For many of us, depending on where we live, winter means spending time ...

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Starfish On America’s West Coast Making An Impressive Comeback

Shirley Wickerson

Four years ago, along the West coast of the United States, the starfish in the area began suffering ...

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Conservation Efforts Help Bring Whooping Cranes Back To The U.S.

Derek Stern

In 2001, an organization called Operation Migration began its efforts to reintroduce the whooping ...

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115 New Species Discovered Throughout Southwest Asia

Shirley Wickerson

The World Wildlife Fund recently announced that 115 new species were discovered throughout ...

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Massive Wind Farm Island Planned Off The Coast Of England

Derek Stern

Wind power is one of the cleanest, most sustainable energy sources on the planet. Harnessing wind ...

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Several New Locations Around The Globe Could Become Deserts Because Of Global Warming

Derek Stern

Pardon the pun, but global warming has been quite a hot topic in recent years. Some believe it’s ...

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Shanghai Goes Green In An Effort To Fight Flooding

Shirley Wickerson

The Lingang District in Shanghai, China has recently taken a major step in its efforts to prevent ...

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5 Food Movements You’ll Likely See In 2018

Shirley Wickerson

A big part of the “Green” lifestyle is the food we eat. We obviously gravitate toward green, ...

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10 Sustainable Foods You’ve Probably Never Thought About Freezing

Derek Stern

It doesn’t matter if you’re just getting into the world of “off-the-grid” living or you’ve been a ...

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New Report Shows Humans Generate A Staggering Amount Of Electronic Waste

Shirley Wickerson

As a species, we humans pride ourselves in the strides we’ve made in recent years in the field of ...

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Australia Soon To Introduce World’s First Solar-Powered Train

Jamie Hinds

The Byron Bay Railroad Company in Australia is setting the bar for clean commercial travel with the ...

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Research Chimps Get a New Sanctuary in North Georgia

Shirley Wickerson

Thankfully, the practice of performing test research on chimpanzees is being phased out, but there ...

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How To Get Started With Composting

Shirley Wickerson

Starting your own compost pile has a lot of benefits and it’s very easy to do. Composting is good ...

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Live Christmas Trees Are Getting More Difficult And Expensive To Buy

Shirley Wickerson

If your family prefers to go the more traditional route and get a live Christmas tree each year, ...

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Single-Serving Coffee Pods and Their Impact on the Environment

Shirley Wickerson

We are a country, in fact a world that loves our coffee. I for one cannot go a single morning ...

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How To Start A Green Lifestyle Living Out Of A Van

Shirley Wickerson

There’s a little-known existence called “van life” that’s become contagious for those looking to ...

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5 Natural Wonders To Visit Before They’re Gone

Walton Bailey

One unfortunate truth about the world we live in is that many of our natural wonders are threatened ...

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See-Through Cells Could Be The Next Big Thing In Solar Energy

Walton Bailey

See-through solar energy isn’t anything new. The technology was actually invented several years ...

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Japan Launches Project That Combines Solar Power And Mushroom Farming

Shirley Wickerson

Using solar energy to assist in agriculture is nothing new. It makes perfect sense, too, and the ...

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University Of South Florida Develops Technology To Convert Human Waste Into Energy

Walton Bailey

Science is consistently working to develop new technologies to make life easier. One less glamorous ...

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New Conservation Efforts Launched To Save The Endangered Vaquita Porpoise

Shirley Wickerson

The Vaquita Porpoise is the most endangered marine mammal on the planet. We’re talking seriously ...

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Activist Group Builds Giant Monster Out Of Coffee Cups In Response To Starbucks Non-Recyclable Cups

Julian Tan

  Estimates suggest that Starbucks is responsible for about 8,000 non-recyclable cups ...

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Giant New Battery In The UK Could Handle Power From More Renewable Resources

Walton Bailey

There is a biomass plant in Sheffield, England that could help the UK handle power from resources ...

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New Biomaterial Could Replace Plastic

Taylor McCann

Researchers, at the Pennsylvania State University, have discovered a new biomaterial that could ...

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Celebs Who Wore Sustainable Fashion On The Red Carpet

Taylor McCann

Celebrities always dress to impress when they are walking the red carpet. Whether it is for an ...

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Why The 2017 Hurricane Season Has Been So Active & Disastrous

Ryan Nathans

Hurricane Harvey created devastation in Houston, then Hurricane Irma quickly followed behind, and ...

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Climate Change’s Latest Victim: Coffee

Ryan Nathans

Your daily cup (or cups) of coffee may be in trouble and climate change is to blame. Climate change ...

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New Study: Extinction More Likely For Largest & Smallest Animals

Ryan Nathans

A new study published by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States ...

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Beyond The Huddle: Eco-Friendly NFL Stadiums

Ryan Nathans

The 2017 National Football League season started on September 7. Millions tuned into to watch their ...

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How To Go Green For Labor Day

Taylor McCann

Labor Day is a public holiday in the United States, that is celebrated on the first Monday in ...

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Lakes That Are Vanishing

Taylor McCann

Due to many different reasons, such as human interference and global warming, prominent lakes ...

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Basic Facts About Climate Change Everyone Should Know

Jesse Powell

Climate Change, according to NASA, is "a change in Earth's overall climate. This could be a change ...

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How Palm Oil Is Destroying The Environment

Jesse Powell

Palm oil is derived from the fruit of the oil palm tree. The tree is grown throughout Africa, Asia, ...

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Zero Waste-To-Landfill Companies

Taylor McCann

As environmental awareness is on the rise, companies have begun to change their practices to more ...

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World Pollination Is Declining, Artificial Light To Blame

Ryan Nathans

Animal-assisted pollination is a key factor to the growth of many crops. A new study, published in ...

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Scientists Say South Asia Could Be Too Hot To Live In By 2100

Ryan Nathans

A new study reports that if drastic measures aren't taken, most of south Asia will be too hot to ...

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The First Ever Floating Wind Farm Is Being Built

Ryan Nathans

Construction for the world's first floating wind farm has begun off the coast of Scotland. The wind ...

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Study Says Best Way To Save The Planet Is By Having Fewer Children

Ryan Nathans

A new study, done by researchers from Lund University in Sweden, says having children is one of the ...

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One Of The Largest Icebergs In History Just Broke Off From Antarctica

Ryan Nathans

An iceberg the size of the U.S. state of Delaware has just broken away from from an ice shelf in ...

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Scientists Say That Earth Is Facing Its Sixth Mass Extinction

Ryan Nathans

Biological Annihilation. This is how scientists are now describing the recent magnitude of species' ...

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China Breaks Ground On “Forest City”

Ryan Nathans

In 2016, the World Health Organization declared China as the world’s deadliest country for outdoor ...

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Foods That Cause The Most Climate Damage

Taylor McCann

The Natural Resources Defense Council recently released a report on food and how it contributes to ...

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How To Have A Red, White & Green 4th Of July Celebration

Taylor McCann

Happy 241st birthday America! Today, we celebrate the country's independence with friends, food and ...

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Study Says Deadly Heat Could Threaten Humankind

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