Welcome to Pleistocene Park: The mammoth plan to recreate an ice age ecosystem in Siberia
Scientists have improved a naturally occurring enzyme which can digest some of our most commonly polluting plastics.
More than 50,000 grizzly bears resided between the Pacific Ocean and the Great Plains in the early 1800s but their numbers dwindled down to only 136 by 1975, when they were listed as "threatened" under the federal Endangered Species Act. Their fede
On March 30, 2018, the village of Al Walaja welcomed Palestinians from Jerusalem, Battir, Bethlehem, and from other areas to mark Land Day.
Student activist's concern for life not so apparent in online comments
TRUMP'S NOMINEE TO OVERSEE SUPERFUND PROGRAM SPENT DECADES FIGHTING EPA CLEANUPS ON BEHALF OF POLLUTERS
FrankenSkies is an 80 minute social change documentary regarding the Solar Geoengineering/Chemtrail agenda that affects every living being on earth. The struggle of bringing awareness to this subject, despite the obstacles of a socially engineered po
"Glass is made from naturally abundant materials ?" primarily sand ?" and it won't degrade over time," says Scott Radcliffe, a spokesman for glass-bottle manufacturer Lifefactory . Plus, "glass can last for decades," he says. Unlike
The world's largest collection of ocean garbage is growing.
Back in October 2016, the XPrize foundation turned its attention to the issue of water security, pointing to the growing strain placed on water resources by rapid population growth and climate change.
The largest geyser - known as the Steamboat Geyser - located above the Yellowstone Supervolcano has begun to erupt underground. But experts at Yellowstone National Park claim to have seen the Steamboat Geyser erupt on Thursday night.
On the other hand, the pellets of polyethylene - a lower density polymer - remained buoyant following 14 weeks of exposure to estuarine water. However, the material did start to sink after six weeks of incubation in coastal water due to colonization
. After switching to reusable glass containers that she fills with bulk items at her local natural food market, using cloth produce bags and stainless steel water bottles, and trading plastic toothbrushes for biodegradable and compostable wood variet
The dataset provides greater detail than previously possible about fishing activity on the high seas, beyond national jurisdictions, according to a press release from Global Fishing Watch. While most nations appear to fish predominantly within their
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Fifty-five years later, human beings dazzle our scuba diving trips with trillions of pieces of plastic floating on and below the surface of all our oceans on this planet.
The New York Times is running a series of "Red Century" articles extolling some of the virtues of communism on the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution. Last August, the Times showcased a Yale University lecturer rhapsodizing about the Sov
"When Day Zero comes, they'll have to call in the army," said a man named Phaldie Ranqueste while he worked tirelessly to fill his S.U.V. with containers of water that he got from a natural spring. The fact that this is happening to Cape Town m
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has yet again been caught exaggerating 'global warming' by fiddling with the raw temperature data.
China's anti-pollution war uses 60,000+ soldiers, artillery, and planes for tree planting and rain making
Federal ownership is not the best way to preserve the land -- private ownership is.
The nuclear waste dome on Runit Island northeast of Australia is leaking. The site is pouring nuclear radioactive waste from 43 tests directly into the ocean.
Each year, Americans generate 245 million tons of trash. Nine billion tons of it land up in our oceans annually. Millions of tons land up along America's highways, lakes, streams and parking lots.
Unbuilding an atomic giant
As of yesterday, it's now legal for adults in California to purchase recreational marijuana.
The Trump administration is hoping to slash regulations on offshore oil drilling that were implemented after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster that killed nearly a dozen people and led to an oil leak that spewed for months.