One of the most pressing environmental challenges that we are faced with today is marine plastic pollution.
Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia found an interesting way to fend off depression.
In an effort to highlight the potential harm of electromagnetic pollution, a class action lawsuit was filed in Superior Court, Province of Quebec against EMF and RFR producers.
This is a critical next step in the global movement for an ocean free from plastic.
Much trash from our landfills end up on the loose, becoming part of the plastic pollution problem and eventually making its way into our waterways.
The #BeatPlasticPollution movement encourages you to give up single-use plastics and replace them with reusable and sustainable alternatives.
A study found that emissions from personal care products commuters use before leaving in the morning were roughly equivalent in magnitude to emissions from the tailpipes of their cars,
Hats off to Akaryn Group and its ambitious target to ban single use plastic from its hotels.
The world’s first plastic-free supermarket Aisle debuted in Amsterdam, with roughly 700 plastic-free products to choose from.
Renewable energy is now within striking distance of nuclear, which contributes about 20 percent of total annual U.S. electricity generation.