Costa Rica continues to impress with its commitment to renewable energy. We've been in awe when year after year, the Central American nation continues to lead by example, building toward its pledge of carbon neutrality by 2021. With just a few weeks left in 2017, they have run over 300 consecutive days using only renewable energy sources.
Interview: Designer Dedicates Her Career to Discovering the Hidden Impact of Consumer Goods on the Environment
Did you know that most average Americans live as though they have 4.8 planets?
As the COP23 international climate summit in Bonn, Germany comes to a close, many are making declarations that confirm their...
Cartography experts EarthArtAustralia specializes in creating “ultra-detailed maps of Earth from Space.” And after tackling the roads and rivers of the United States, they've just released a stunning map of the country using its forests. Over a billion acres of trees and forests, pulled together with imagery from the Landsat satellite, come together to present an interesting view of America.
In an increasingly urgent race to combat rising climates and CO2 emissions, Conservation International is turning to our greatest weapon—the...
In a stunning agricultural breakthrough, Chinese researchers have stated that they have developed a system for growing rice in saltwater.
With more and more natural reefs dying due to climate change, people are increasingly turning to artificial reefs to provide safe ecosystems for aquatic life. And while we've seen everything from subway cars to underwater sculptures used for this purpose, nothing is quite as evocative as the BVI Art Reef. Structured to promote the growth of transplanted coral, the artificial reef is composed of a WWII fuel barge topped by an elaborate 80-foot mesh kraken.
Texas based storm chaser Mike Mezeul II was the kind of kid that day dreamed about the clouds.
Sustainability is a pressing issue in fields like architecture, but it’s relatively rare in the world of branding design.
Communities in Japan are turning tragedy into opportunity by transforming their energy practices. In the wake of the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, dozens of cities and towns have quietly built systems that allow them to function increasingly off-grid, rather than relying on large power stations. The shift comes thanks to the country's National Resilience Program, which offers 3.72 trillion yen ($33.32 billion) each fiscal year to rebuild and become more self-empowered following these natural disasters.
France Offers U.S. Scientists 4-Year Grants to Study Global Warming After Paris Agreement Withdrawal
After the United States' June 1 withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement—an international pact acknowledging the threat of global warming—governments and citizens...
Working with her signature pastels, Zaria Forman is back with a new set of impressive drawings that cement her status...