Environment

Nothing to See Here, Just Freedom

Speaking of things blowing up in Texas—the home of the unregulated fertilizer plant and other such sophisticated pre-explosive devices made possible by a business-friendly...

Switzerland Says No to Nukes, Yes to Renewables Following Historic Citizen Vote

More than 58 percent of Swiss voters supported a measure to phase out nuclear power in favor of renewable energy. The plan provides billions in...

Billionaire to Give Most of His Fortune to Save the Ocean from Plastic

Kjell Inge Røkke, a Norwegian billionaire, one of the richest men in his country, and previously known as “a ruthless corporate raider” is giving...

Newly Discovered Hidden Forests In The Desert Could Be Key To Stopping Climate Change

When experts talk about climate change, one of the key factors they point to as a cause is deforestation, which is happening all over...

Giant ‘Dead Whale’ Is Haunting Reminder of Massive Plastic Pollution Problem

Greenpeace Philippines sent a strong message about plastic pollution with a giant "Dead Whale" art exhibit this month in Naic, Cavite. The 50-foot long whale...

Exxon, Chevron Face Judgment Day at Upcoming Shareholder Meeting

In preparation for their annual meetings on May 31, both Chevron and ExxonMobil opposed every climate-related resolution put forth by their shareholders. In a previous...

22-Year-Old Raises $21.7 Million to Rid Pacific Ocean of Plastic

The Ocean Cleanup—the ambitious Dutch venture devoted to ridding the world's oceans of plastics—announced this week that it has raised $21.7 million in donations...

Wolves return to Denmark for first time in 200 years

At least five wolves, including one female, have returned to Denmark for the first time in two centuries, a zoologist who has obtained DNA...

Electricity Prices Fall into Negatives as Germany’s Renewable Energy Boom Occurs

Since 2015, Germany has produced too much energy from renewable sources, selling the excesses to its neighboring countries at a much cheaper price. Taking a...

Emergency Declared at at US Hanford Nuclear Waste Site After Tunnel Collapse

Hundreds of workers at the Department of Energy’s Hanford nuclear site in Washington state had to “take cover” Tuesday morning after the collapse of...

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Georgia House Votes To Allow Citizens To Abolish Police Departments In The State

The Georgia House backed an effort on Friday to dissolve the Glynn County Police Department and any...

Leaked CDC document contradicts Pence claim that U.S. coronavirus cases ‘have stabilized’

Even as Vice President Mike Pence wrote in a Wall Street Journal op-ed published Tuesday that coronavirus...

Five bombshells about Trump from Bolton ‘s book

Excerpts from former national security adviser John Bolton ’s book about his time in the Trump administration...

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Stephen Hawking submitted his final scientific paper just two weeks before he died, and it lays the theoretical groundwork for discovering a parallel universe. Hawking,...

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Gene silencing raised some eyebrows when it was first touted just over a year ago, as the next “miracle” gene alteration technology. It was developed with...

New desalination Membrane Produces Both drinking Water and Lithium

Seawater is a complex cocktail of useful minerals, but it's hard to separate out the specific ones we need. Now, a team of scientists from...