What is the true definition of sustainability in fashion, and how close are brands getting to this ideal?
There’s no one single solution to solve the problem of air pollution, but by taking a few extra measures we can reduce our effect on the environment.
We will reach the critical 1.5-degree threshold that portends severe and irreversible climate change even without another iota of emissions. Now what?
Fungi are so good at breaking down compounds that we’re now employing them to clean up contaminated soils via a technique known as mycoremediation.
What Can We Do About Construction and Demolition Waste? Resolving To Keep Our Building Waste Out Of Landfills
While it may be easier & cheaper to dump used or unwanted construction materials into a landfill, this waste can have a negative environmental impact.
Dockless E-Scooters May Be Green—But Walking, Biking, Busing Greener Still Lifecycle analysis dings scooters for resource depletion and fossil-fuel-based recharging processes
Dockless e-scooters may be a green way to solve transit’s “last mile” conundrum, but bikes, buses and even carpools are greener still.
Phasing Out Diesel, One Solar Train At A Time First solar-powered train line portends great renewable future for world's ailing railways
The first solar-powered train line launched recently in the UK and portends a great renewable future for the world’s ailing railways.
Snake Eyes: Gambling Away Our Children’s Future Sophisticated tech can be an asset, except when the scale is vast & progressive
Sophisticated tech is an asset when change is limited in scope, but when the scale is vast & progressive (like with climate change) it’s a vulnerability.
Boat noise and pollution are compounding dwindling supplies of wild salmon is driving orca whales to the brink of extinction.
Americans waste some six billion gallons of fuel annually as a result of idling their car and truck engines. What can we do to stop this scourge?
The time for complacency is over as we have to reckon with global warming and its impacts now if we are to save the planet for our grandchildren.
You’re likely taking in tiny particles of plastics every time you eat, drink and breathe, according to research into the risks to our health from plastic’s buildup in the environment.