The U.S. National Parks are a big tourist attraction, from people visiting domestically as well as abroad. Yellowstone National Park, home to the iconic Old Faithful geyser, created nearly $382 million in economic benefit in 2014 alone. Now, China is following the U.S.’s lead as it develops its own national park system. The country recently announced plans to build a new park that’s 60% larger than Yellowstone.
Last year, we shared our excitement over the Growroom, a spherical and sustainable solution to urban farming designed by Space10 (a “future-living...
Since 1970, Americans have celebrated nature and honored the environment each year on April 22. Known as Earth Day, this holiday reminds us how remarkable yet fragile our planet is. Though the special day has always held profound symbolic significance among scientists, environmentalists, and the general public, this year, it is set to carry even more weight, as it has been selected as the date for the much anticipated March for Science.
In a landmark decision, Ireland's lower house—known as the Dáil—passed legislation that would make the country the first to fully divest...
With India among the top four biggest plastic polluters in the world, a new ban on disposable plastics in New...
President Trump hasn't even been in office for one week, but his first term is already riddled with controversy. One unexpected hot button issue? The size of the crowd at his inauguration. Though a widely-circulated photograph shows that his inaugural attendance was substantially lower than that of President Obama in 2009, Trump and his administration have issued official statements declaring otherwise. The U.S.
Aerial photographer Timo Lieber is using his fine art photography to tell a story about the fragility of our planet.
Belgian ecological designer Vincent Callebaut is a master of green sustainable architecture.
In 2015, Dutch railway operator NS teamed with energy supplier Eneco to make a push toward running all of its electric trains purely on wind energy by 2018. And now, they've announced that they've reached that goal one year early. That's right, the next time you hop on an electric train in the Netherlands, know that it's 100% run by wind energy.
Since he was a tiny tot, California boy Ryan Hickman has had a profound interest in an unlikely hobby: reusable waste.
Stretching a quarter mile down Laguna Beach, Phillip K.