Environment

Amid Drought, California Taps Prehistoric Water Reserves

by Anthony Marcusa

In a story both fascinating and disturbing, the state of California is going far back in time to supply water to its ever-drying landscape. As wells continue to dry up

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Sea Shepherd Launches Legal Division to Protect Sea Life 

by Natalia Lima

Sea Shepherd is taking the matter of sea life protection laws in their own hands by starting a legal division that will enforce, strengthen and create protective laws for marine

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Eco Burial Pods Becoming More Popular

by Natalia Lima

Most of us try to live our lives as green as possible but now there’s a way to continue to be green after death — literally. Thanks to Italian designers

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2015 Might Have Lowest Amount of Arctic Ice Ever

by Natalia Lima

We all know the arctic ice is melting but a new report shows the process is quicker and more worrying than we initially thought. According to the National Snow and

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Air Pollution Trends Pose Fatal Risk to Thousands, Says Report

by Anthony Marcusa

In no uncertain terms, air pollution is prematurely killing thousands upon thousands of Europeans, and it looks to continue. The European Environment Agency (EEA) released a report Tuesday that forecasts

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A Wedding Dress Made From Fungus Could Be a Reality

by Brianne Hogan

Something new, something blue, and something…funghi? That could be the new wedding day mantra, thanks to homegrown fashion. Growing clothing from a combination of plant matter and microscopic mushrooms could

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Earth Hour Set for March 28 with Focus on Climate Change

by Anthony Marcusa

Prepare to turn out the lights at the end of the month, as the globe’s biggest grassroots conversation initiative is set to return. This year, Earth Hour will be taking

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