China plays a large role in contributing to plastic waste pollution. From plastics wasting away in landfills to bags dangling from trees to single-use items in waterways, this dire environmental problem requires a drastic solution. The Chinese government recognizes this, and they’ve recently announced guidelines to cut down on the number of disposable plastics that litter the landscape.
If you’re eco-conscious, you’re probably avoiding buying single use plastics.
It’s no secret that plastic waste is a huge problem for the environment.
Embed from Getty Images There’s finally some relief for those battling against the Australian bushfires, which have been raging since last summer. Since Thursday, an incredible amount of rain has swept over the affected areas—some of which have been facing droughts for years. While the downpours didn’t put out all of the fires—82 are still burning—it did manage to extinguish a quarter of what was blazing.
One viral photo of a tigress and her cubs is a beacon of hope for animal conservationists.
As the Australia bushfires rage on, one of the main concerns is how the wild animals are affected by this...
People around the world are in shock and saddened by the news of Australia’s bushfires. The blazes have been roaring for months and the effects have been devastating. Currently, the fires have taken more than 18 million acres of land, displaced thousands of people (and in some cases, caused their death), and injured or killed millions upon millions of wild animals.
Australia is burning like never before.
Activist group Extinction Rebellion is making an important statement about climate change by floating a typical suburban house in London’s...
Thanks to changes to Washington state law, people will soon have a new option when it comes to how their bodies are treated after they’ve passed. Recompose is a company that will begin offering an alternative to traditional burial or cremation called “natural organic reduction.” Through this process, the human body is gently converted into soil as a way to continue the cycle of life long after one has passed.
It’s been a whirlwind year for 16-year-old Greta Thunberg.
German aerial photographer Tom Hegen has dedicated his craft to exploring the impact that humans have on the natural world.