Previously, anthropogenic ecological overshoot has been identified as a fundamental cause of the myriad symptoms we see around the globe today from biodiversity loss and ocean acidification to the disturbing rise in novel entities and climate chang
In the deserts of north America something incredible is happening, these arid lands are turning into lush green wetlands and its all because of a very secretive creature who only comes out at night and the results are surprising everyone! Determined,
This in-depth documentary explores Allan Savory and how he has used Holistic Management to completely transform his land in Zimbabwe.
Bill Gates and other investors are betting Kodama Systems can reduce carbon dioxide in the air by chopping down and burying trees. The move will see 70 million acres of forests, mostly in the Western United States, cut down over the next decade.
Cancer researchers are starting to look at how per and poly-fluoroalkyl (PFAS) substances -- materials used for coating non-stick and stain-resistant pots and pans -- contribute to breast cancer development. This will be the first time women's br
The unfinished third documentary UNconventional Grey by Michael J. Murphy has been missing in action since 2016
This video delves into the possibility of there being a larger plan or deal and whether the establishment will take down one of the presidential frontrunners in order to take down the other.
Greece's minister has branded those responsible "arson scum" after a staggering 79 people were arrested over the fires...
Does using an eco-friendly paper straw give you a good feeling because you're doing something for the environment?
I recently wrote an article about animal invasion, and many, many of you pointed out the problem of feral hogs in the comments (yes, we read the comments), which I left out from the original article.
America Wants to Block the Sun: Is US Playing with Fire? | Vantage with Palki Sharma
The move, while it may appease the president's far-left environmentalist base, will decimate the local mining and cattle industry, to say nothing of the fact it could potentially cripple our access to a resource critical to national security.
The arc of St. Paul's recent story has become a familiar one - so familiar, in fact, I couldn't blame you if you missed it. Alaska news is full of climate elegies now - every one linked to wrenching changes caused by burning fossil fuels. I g
Water heaters could soon be subject to much more stringent efficiency requirements if a recent Department of Energy proposal that has been criticized by Republican lawmakers goes into effect.