Environment

Coke Unveils World’s First 100% Plant-Based Bottle

by Brianne Hogan

The Coca-Company unveiled on Wednesday the world’s first PET plastic bottle made entirely from plant materials at the World Expo in Milan. The company’s PlantBottle packaging originally launched in 2009,

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Akon’s Charity to Bring Solar Energy to Africa

by Natalia Lima

Singer Akon is used to the spotlight and thanks to him many people in Africa will be too. The ‘Smack That’ singer is working to bring solar power to over

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Mount Everest Glaciers May Near Completely Disappear by 2100

by Anthony Marcusa

It may become easier to climb Mount Everest in the decades to come, and that’s not at all a good thing. Climate scientists have stated that recent research suggests the

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WATCH: Michael Ian Black Builds A Birdhouse For National Audubon Society

by Brianne Hogan

Comedian and also a self-professed “world genius” Michael Ian Black appears in a new video for the National Audubon Society, which kicks off its 2015 Toyota Together Green project.   In the

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Greenpeace Sets American Landscapes on Fire in New Campaign

by Natalia Lima

In a new anti-drilling campaign, Greenpeace sets some of America’s classic landscapes on fire to show the damage oil could cause to the country’s ecosystem. The 105 second video shows

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Moby Calls for Water Reform to Fight California Drought

by Anthony Marcusa

As the California drought continues in its fourth year, with the summer on the horizon, one vocal activist is calling for better water reform to help alleviate the problems of

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This New Ben & Jerry’s Flavor Is Trying to Save the World

by Brianne Hogan

Ice cream’s most famous duo, Ben & Jerry, is trying to save the world’s climate problem one scoop at a time. The ice cream giant is rolling out a new

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