If and when we cross a crucial climate threshold, we may still be able to reverse some of the major effects.
New research shows there may be a way to make easily biodegradable single-use plastics.
The oceans are warming and the hurricanes are coming.
We're seeing fewer pollution-related deaths a year.
A coat of paint can passively cool down buildings in increasingly hot cities.
Damon Carson can find a new home for everything from old conveyors to street-sweeping bristles.
Andean forests sequester a significant amount of carbon from the atmosphere.
Reduce, reuse, recycle, and rejoice.
It's only been in the last few hundred years that we've starting destroying land.
Woodland areas near loud natural gas wells had fewer young trees than areas without the noisy production.
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