From drastically reducing plastic waste, to driving major electronic take-back programs, Europe’s extended producer responsibility laws work…
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The electric car’s day in the sun has finally arrived. All that’s needed now are willing buyers, available charging stations and a little financial boost…
The plug-in plans for EVs are not yet in place—despite the fact that the cars are right around the corner.
Lessons from Swine Flu The Once-Looming Public Health Threat Has Receded...But We're Still Understanding Our Role in Such Outbreaks
The scare surrounding the H1N1 “swine flu” virus is mostly gone, but the circumstances that led to the pandemic are more worrisome than ever.
Countdown to Copenhagen The World Faces an Urgent Climate Crisis. Is the International Community Up to the Task?
This December will mark the 15th time the UN has held its annual Climate Change Conference—and the fate of the planet hangs in the balance.
R.K. Pachauri, chair of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, speaks about the need for specifics on how countries will combat climate change.
Miniscule machines offer big potential for designing surgical tools and destroying cancer cells—but could they run amok?