Environment

Study: Preserve Plant Life Or Humans Will Go Extinct

by Natalia Lima

A new study by the University of Georgia shows a gloomy future for the human race if plants are not better preserved. Published in the ‘Proceedings of the National Academy

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Ocean Surface Temperatures the Warmest In Over 135 Years

by Brianne Hogan

The warming of the oceans due to climate change is increasingly hot and the warmest it’s ever been, US government climate scientists said on July 16. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric

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Leonardo DiCaprio Donates $15M to Protect Wildlife

by Brianne Hogan

Not a bad chunk of change, and all for a good cause, too. Actor and environmentalist Leonardo DiCaprio gave out $15 million in grants this year to environmental organizations working

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Red Algae is the New Vegan Bacon

by Anthony Marcusa

It’s the favorite food of many, and a product that seems to be included in as many meals as possible. It’s spawned festivals and memes, is a cornerstone of the

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Microsoft Co-Founder Paul Allen Just Launched Two New Conservation Projects

by Brianne Hogan

Paul Allen, the co-founder of Microsoft, is spearheading two conservation projects that clearly demonstrate his passion for the ocean and marine life. The first project will track and study sharks.

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Japan Is Building Solar Energy Plants On Abandoned Golf Courses

by Brianne Hogan

Faced with too many abandoned golf courses, Japan has now turned to transforming them into solar energy plants. Back in the 1980s, golf courses were huge in Japan. So huge that

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Jane Fonda Attends Toronto Climate Change Rally

by Brianne Hogan

Actress and activist Jane Fonda took part in the Jobs, Justice and the Climate March in Toronto on Sunday. Fonda joined thousands of protesters who were calling on Ontario’s government to

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