We waste hundreds of tons of bread daily. But now a team of researchers has devised a better use for these discarded carbs.
If you read a limited number of books, the paper book will most likely limit your greenhouse gas emissions. But for heavy readers, e-books have a smaller carbon footprint.
Reducing our dependence on coal comes with some unexpected agricultural benefits, two recent studies find.
Future greenhouses could be made energy-neutral by integrating semi-transparent organic solar cells into their panels, a study shows.
How far has opinion moved from climate-change denial toward acceptance and, ultimately, action?
A new study considers a shortcoming in the influential dietary recommendations from the EAT-Lancet Commission: it doesn't factor in affordability across the globe.
The newly-invented nanofiber mats can emit antioxidants for up to 20 days.
Coffee grounds contain cellulose, an ingredient for making bioplastics.
While the dairy industry's overall emissions have risen over time, the footprint of one liter of milk is now lower than ever before.