by Ari Phillips Posted on July 24, 2014
On Wednesday, the fisheries division of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced that it's considering a ban on recreational and commercial fishing of Pacific bluefin tuna.
by Mike Rivera Posted on April 23, 2014
A recently released Princeton Review book found 330 higher learning institutions in the United States to be "green" after extensive data gathering.
by Emily Atkin Posted on December 30, 2013
A 11,875-pound geodesic sphere, covered in 2,688 Waterford crystals, illuminated by 32,256 LED bulbs, powered completely by human energy.
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by Andrew Breiner, Ryan Koronowski Posted on December 20, 2013
The impacts of climate change and progress made to lower emissions sometimes work better when you don't have to say a word.
by Joanna M. Foster Posted on December 4, 2013 Updated: December 4, 2013
On Tuesday, the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries closed the Northern shrimp fishery in the Gulf of Maine citing record low stocks.
by Emily Atkin Posted on December 2, 2013
In 2012, Goldman financed both Alpha and Walter Energy, which cumulatively produced 29.42% of mountain top removal coal mined in Appalachia that year.
by Joanna M. Foster Posted on October 30, 2013
Russia's state-owned rail monopoly is dumping tons of construction waste into illegal landfills, despite promises that Sochi 2014 would set a new standard for sustainability.
by Ari Phillips Posted on October 10, 2013
Major storm events lead to flooding and damage in which water is often disposed of as quickly as possible. There is a better way to manage this stormwater as an amenity to be harvested and utilized.
by Annie-Rose Strasser Posted on September 12, 2013
Disclosure is still low, but here's what we know about which big companies are polluting the planet.
A high-density city is also often more carbon-efficient than other areas.