February 14, 2016

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This Genius Bucket Sucks Trash and Oil Right Out of the Sea

Two Australian surfers have quit their jobs and come up with a brilliant solution to combat the millions of tons of trash in...

How to Get Rid of Christmas Garbage, from Lights to Mistletoe

What is the appropriate way to discard Christmas lights that no longer work?

Wildlife Light Show Illuminates the Vatican

St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome became a stage for dramatic images of the natural world on Tuesday evening, with photographs of lions, pandas,...

Plastic Bottle Recycling in U.S. Tops 3 Billion Pounds

Plastic bottle recycling grew 97 million pounds in 2014, increasing 3.3%, to top 3 billion pounds for the year

New Underwater Hotel in Florida to Use Profits to Protect Coral Reefs

The hotel’s mission is “to help fund and implement a worldwide proven coral reef restoration."

Massive Survey Creates Amazon Tree Census

Some 12 percent of the forests of the Amazon have been lost in recorded history. Another 9 to 28 percent will be gone...

Working together to protect the ocean

The only way to solve the biggest challenges facing the world is by working together and creating partnerships. One area this is particularly...

10 green leaders on the best ways you can fight climate change

We asked people at the forefront of the climate movement for simple steps ordinary people can take to make a difference.

This Bike Path Paved With Solar Panels Shows That All Streets Could Double As Power Sources

If we want it, the road could literally be paved to a renewable energy future. A pilot test of the technology turned out...

China’s bottled water industry eyes up the Tibetan plateau

Tibet is encouraging companies to tap the Himalayan glaciers for premium drinking water, but the environmental stakes are high.




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