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Despite best intentions, a toxic legacy roars back to life in Colorado
If you've ever scanned the comments section on an electric car or bike article, you'll be familiar with this complaint: "that's not green, it's just a coal-powered vehicle." .
The recent EPA massive toxic spill into the Animas River in Colorado highlights the Agency's total incompetence...and maybe worse. Should we still trust the government to protect us?
Navajo Nation Vows To Hold EPA Accountable As Colorado River Poisoner Identified
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Few, if any, corporations absorb the full cost of their operations. Corporations shove many of their costs onto the environment, the public sector, and distant third parties.
This discrepancy between the church's leadership and its financial activities in the United States has prompted at least one significant review of investments.
The company VolkerWessels, based out of Rotterdam, in Holland has proposed an exciting new idea that could help to recycle the tons of plastic trash that clutters the world's oceans.
The gorgeous, eco-friendly home costs only $133 per square foot to build.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the federal organization in charge of fining and arresting people and companies for damage done to the environment, spilled over a million gallons of toxic waste into the Animas river in Colorado this week.
OK, y'all may not know how cheap we are here at InsideEVs, but we're cheap.
In Coober Pedy, located on the Stuart Highway, in Southern Australia, almost all of its 2,000 residents live underground.
Scientists at Northwestern University and the U.S. Department of Energy have found that perovskite cells, one of the most promising solar technologies of recent years, can repay their energy cost over 10 times faster than traditional silicon-based so
The final version of the EPA's Clean Power Plan is even more ambitious than anticipated.
People around the world are eating way more red meat.
The San Carlos tribe is fighting to block a massive mining project that would cut a two-mile wide crater through sacred land.
The Pope, it's said, wears Prada. And travels by Mercedes, too. But apparently, he'd prefer you (and millions of other ordinary human beings) not.
After blocking vessel for nearly two days, activists said to be 'tired and hot, but filled with gratitude'
Disturbing photos reveal Fukushima dangers
You've probably been drowning in all the news about global warming. The fact of the matter is, our carbon pollution is currently damaging our ecosystem and causing great concern for future generations.
President Obama's state visit to Kenya and Ethiopia has involved a good deal of scolding of those countries by Western pundits.
A lonely island in the middle of the South Atlantic conceals Charles Darwin's best-kept secret. Two hundred years ago, Ascension Island was a barren volcanic edifice. Today, its peaks are covered by lush tropical "cloud forest".
The SALt Lamp uses a free and abundant resource to reduce fire risk from candles and replace the cost of traditional lighting.
After many years of political and bureaucratic hurdles, the first offshore wind farm in the US is finally being built.
President Obama has removed one of the last obstacles to oil drilling in the Arctic and granted Shell permission to develop new exploratory wells that could bring the company enormous profits.
LONDON, 21 July, 2015 Between 2007 and 2013 emissions of carbon dioxide from fossil fuels burnt in the US fell significantly ? by about 11% ? and many analysts credited this to a change from coal to natural gas in electricity production.
The volume of Arctic sea ice increased by around a third after an unusually cool summer in 2013.
Asphalt covers more than 94 percent of the paved streets in the US, but have we gone down the wrong road with our choice of building material?
Can organic agriculture mitigate climate change? If you were to simply Google the question which, being a millennial I have done you would be led to believe that it does.