Tag: earth talk
As global warming compounds other environmental problems here on Earth, the notion of colonizing other planets is more appealing than ever.
People all over the world are increasingly wary of genetically engineered crops, even as the chemical companies insist they are safe.
Find it hard to believe that Flint, Michigan is the only city or town in the U.S. with lead contamination of its water system?
Virtual Reality (VR) is no doubt the hottest thing in electronics and entertainment today, with “immersive” 360-degree experiences increasingly available via the click of a mouse or tap of a screen.
Far from just an environmental pipedream, the coal industry in the U.S. and around the world is in the midst of a major downswing.
For us land-dwellers, underwater noise rarely reaches our ears. However, marine organisms can be very sensitive to undersea sounds.
Global warming is definitely already taking its toll on wildlife around the world. Rising temperatures are changing weather from pole to pole.
The Dave Matthews Band has taken significant steps to neutralize its environmental impact via its Bama Green Project, which educates fans around the world about paths toward sustainability.
Not surprisingly, penguins—those cute and quirky flightless birds of the Southern Hemisphere—are in deep trouble as a result of reckless human activity.
The parent company of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey announced in 2015 that it would phase out the use of elephants in its circus performances.
In a May 2016 interview with Reuters, presumptive Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump dropped a bombshell on environmentalists.
Zika virus, first discovered in Uganda’s Zika Forest in 1947, is transmitted to humans and other mammals through the bite of an infected Aedes species mosquito.
With each new model year, automakers continue to expand their offerings of affordable and fun plug-in hybrids and all-electric vehicles.
An Inconvenient Truth, now a decade old, is hardly the last word in green documentaries anymore.
An analysis by The Guardian revealed that VWs in the U.S. are likely emitting between 10,392 and 41,571 tons of toxic nitrogen oxides.
More products today advertise their green credentials, with many displaying third-party certifications on their labels.
The idea of beautifying highway medians with plantings goes back five decades to Lady Bird Johnson.
Car bomb injuries, prison terms, and death were among the perils protestors with the Earth First! (EF!) movement faced throughout the 1990s.
Peanut allergies among children in the United States has more than tripled, from 0.4 percent in 1997 to 1.4 percent in 2010.
It’s easy to consume a huge daily dose of sugar. Grabbing a non-fat, grande latte at Starbucks will start your day off with 18 grams.
In those states with ample sunshine and the legislative initiative to get solar panels on residential roofs, there has never been a better—or cheaper—time to put photovoltaic panels to use.
Globe-trotting big game hunters imported more than 1.26 million “trophies”—the part of the animal they keep for display—to the U.S. between 2005 and 2014.
Non-stick cookware cleans very easily and some health-conscious cooks appreciate that it requires less cooking oil than uncoated varieties.
As with most inventions, the thrill of the new has led to mass excitement surrounding 3D printing. The booming industry is expected to grow.
Unless you only buy foods that are certified organic or marked as “GMO-free,” odds are that a great deal of the food you eat contains GMOs.