Environment

Scientists Using Drones To Map Ocean Trash

by Natalia Lima

A group of scientists is taking the problem of plastic pollution in the oceans by land, sea and air. While Marco Simeoni, the president of the Race for Water Foundation

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Dark Sky Week Brings Awareness to Light Pollution

by Natalia Lima

When the sun goes down in the next seven days, make sure to look up because it is International Dark Sky Week. The event, happening between Monday, April 13th and

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New Project Seeks Crowdfunding to Make Death Eco-Friendly

by Natalia Lima

A new project is seeking funding to make human deaths more eco-friendly. If becoming a tree pod isn’t your thing, the Urban Death Project has launched a Kickstarter campaign to

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WATCH: A Beautiful Floating Flower Garden

by Brianne Hogan

Over 2,300 live, floating flowers bloom in an interactive art exhibit from teamLab. “Flowers and I are of the same root, the Garden and I are one,” begins the video

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Jon Stewart Praises Farm Sanctuary’s Gene Baur in Interview

by Anthony Marcusa

Taking the spotlight on one of the most influential nightly shows, Farm Sanctuary founder Gene Baur encouraged all watching to transition to a plant-based diet and change the way we

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Colorado Ranked Most Endangered River in American – Again

by Anthony Marcusa

The dubious honour of topping the list of endangered American rivers this year features a returning champion, as once again the Colorado River proves the most threatened in the United

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Meat Industry Rails Against Pro-Vegan Federal Report

by Anthony Marcusa

In response to unprecedented dietary guidelines set to be considered by the American government, the meat industry is looking to poke any holes in a pro plant-based diet recommendation. The

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