A simple, visual label on food empowers consumers to make greener dietary choices, a new study finds.
A recent study found that protecting America's undeveloped, privately held lands could push all of the country's endangered mammals, birds, amphibians and reptiles past a crucial habitat threshold.
Plastic from bottles and containers could be turned into a material being investigated for battery electrodes
"Ecosistema" no es exactamente la palabra que llega a la mente cuando se contempla un vertedero de basura. Incluso las personas que abrazan los llamados “nuevos ecosistemas”, se refieren generalmente a nuevas e interesantes mezclas de plantas y animales, no pilas gigantes de basura. Sin embargo, tal vez podríamos dejar de lado nuestras preconcepciones y ver los vertederos de basura a través de una lente ecológica.
Research found that higher the percentage of tree cover in an area, the lower the temperature; and the higher the percentage of impervious surface, the higher the temperature.
Livestock guzzle up a huge chunk of our global crop production. In a new study, researchers consider how much more food we would have on our planet if we saved those crops--by eating less dairy and meat.
A chemist and a sailor are developing a mobile reactor that could transform plastic into diesel fuel. The technology could reduce plastic waste on land and in the ocean, and give a cleaner, potentially cheaper fuel.
Health care lags behind other sectors of the U.S. economy in measuring and reporting on sustainability efforts, according to a new analysis of 49 large health care organizations.
Slashing carbon emissions will require something drastic like the pandemic lockdown on a more permanent basis, and a switch to all electric cars could be that step
Researchers have found a way to convert the renewable construction material into a renewable energy producer.