Environment

PETA Still Angry Over Live Earth’s Refusal to Serve Vegan-Only Food

by Brianne Hogan

PETA is calling out Live Earth’s co-founder and former Vice President Al Gore on ‘hypocrisy and sheer laziness’ for not limiting Live Earth festival to vegan-only food. In a series

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Chipotle Bans GMOs from Its Menu

by Natalia Lima

Chipotle is bidding farewell to all GMOs in its continuous effort to simplify its menu and make its food the healthiest it can be. “There is a lot of debate

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World’s Oceans Worth $24 Trillion and Falling

by Anthony Marcusa

In an attempt to help the public understand and appreciate both the enormity and importance of the ocean, the salty expense now has a monetary value attached to it. According

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Google Earth Day Doodles – 2015 Edition

by Michael dEstries

This Earth Day marks the 15th year that Google has created some kind of special logo to mark the occasion. As you can see below, the creativity has really blossomed as

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Wind, Solar Officially Take The Lead in Energy Production

by Natalia Lima

The world is officially favoring clean energy instead of fossil fuels with more gigawatts being deployed by sources like wind and solar than coal, natural gas and oil combined. The

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Vatican Set to Host Climate Change Summit

by Anthony Marcusa

The papacy of Pope Francis has won supporters both religious and secular, as an active and modern agenda has been put forth. High on his list has been to address

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Netflix, WWF Plans ‘Our Planet,’ Four-Year Natural History Project

by Anthony Marcusa

It won’t arrive for four more years, but a much-anticipated follow up to Planet Earth is finally in the works. Netflix is teaming up with Silverback Films and the World

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