This short BBC video report offers a sobering look at the current situation and impetus for better methods of manufacturing and recycling.
A simple change in the way hot drinks are priced at one university has made a big difference to the number of cups that are thrown away, and it’s not costing customers anything extra. Small change, big impact!
Two recent analyses arrive at the same conclusion: U.S. corporate deals to directly purchase renewable power will shatter previous records this year as companies including Facebook and Apple expand their contracting.
The East Caribbean nation plans to become the planet’s first climate-resilient nation.
The Benban Solar Complex will single-handedly make Egypt a major clean energy player. The government estimates that by 2025 Egypt will get 42% of its energy from renewable sources.
Subtly, as is their style, the Nordic countries — Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Åland — have seized global leadership on clean energy innovation and aim to keep it
Ever since a team of American geologists discovered oil in the Saudi Arabian desert 80 years ago, the kingdom’s vast crude reserves, estimated at one-fifth of the world’s total, have been the primary engine of its economic growth — and a major source of its international clout. But Saudi leaders are now looking to exploit […]
It’s a potential breakthrough in the fight against plastic pollution—an enzyme that can digest plastic that is commonly found polluting our environment.