Streamlining date centers may be the low hanging fruit when it comes to finding ways to reduce the electricity consumption of our Internet usage.
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In the Arctic, a great change is taking place. Permafrost, which covers around 25 percent of exposed land in the Northern Hemisphere, is melting.
Sweden sends 99 percent of its garbage to incineration plants. Why don’t we do more of this in the United States given our overflowing landfills?
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.
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.
In the early 1960s, the average person consumed just under 20 pounds of fish per year. Today, that number has risen to over 40 pounds per year.
Which Eco-Labels Are Trustworthy? ENERGY STAR, Certified Organic, LEED, FSC-Certified, Salmon-Safe, Fair Trade, GreenSeal, WaterSense & Rainforest Alliance Among Winners
Which eco-labels are trustworthy? With countless products now available labelled as “eco-friendly” it’s hard to know which are actually good for the planet.
Though approximately 30% of the world’s land area is still covered by forest, much of it will disappear if the current rates of deforestation continue.