Method Home, Lush, Dell, G-Star RAW and Norton Sunglasses are among the companies putting plastic ocean waste to use in their products & packaging.
We generate 50 million tons of e-waste around the world annually, much of which ends up improperly disposed of in landfills where toxins can leach out…
Wave power could account for a quarter or more of U.S. electricity needs if we work to develop its potential around our coastlines, and could also provide other countries with a readily available renewable and free energy source.
Dear EarthTalk: What’s the latest on efforts to ban plastic bags? How many U.S. locales have instituted some kind of ban, and have these initiatives made a dent in the amount of plastic litter? — Melinda Clarke, New York, NY California made big news recently when it announced the first statewide ban on plastic shopping bags […]
Submersible fish pens and new developments in fish food are finally making sustainable aquaculture possible — and may solve multiple environmental problems.
A thriving coral habitat in the Marshall Islands is under threat of destruction thanks to an airport expansion on Majuro, the capital atoll.
Dear EarthTalk: I was horrified to read recently that our oceans are actually becoming acidic, that the continued burning of fossil fuels is changing the chemistry of our seas. What’s going on?