There’s Actually Good News About Climate Change in the IPCC Report

In August 2021, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a new report. In 2018, they had predicted…

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Cultured Meat

The Switch to Cultured Meat Could Change Environmental Impacts in a Major Way

If you’ve been reading the news lately, you’ve probably seen the brouhaha that ensued when people mistakenly believed that President…

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Sustainable Plastic

New Plant-Based Sustainable Plastic Alternatives Could Change the World

Plastic is convenient and versatile, but it’s also an ecological scourge on the planet. Even if recycling is your religion,…

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Microbes Could be the Answer to the World’s Growing Electronic Waste

Fifty years ago, the concept of smartphones, tablets and desktop computers populated science fiction novels, television shows and movies. As…

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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Lifestyle Tips that are Good for the Planet and You

Your lifestyle impacts your longevity and health. From eating nutritious meals to regularly exercising, every part of your daily routine…

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We’ve Passed Earth’s Overshoot Day for 2020. Here’s What it Means.

A variety of religious, secular and federal holidays, and observances fill the calendar every year. While well-known days of celebration…

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The World is Literally Quieter Thanks to Coronavirus

Nearly half the world’s population is under lockdown measures due to COVID-19. We’ve had to make some lifestyle changes like…

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As the Oceans Rise, are Floating Houses a Viable Solution?

The sea levels are rising, and mainlands are shrinking. Climate change threatens to displace many island and coastal communities. What’s…

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#TrashTag Rose to Fame in 2019—Let’s Keep it Famous in 2020

Social media is the driving force behind change. Pessimists say one person can’t make a difference, but with #trashtag, they…

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Algae is Going to Save the World

With the proliferation of superhero movies out these days, your vision of the world’s savior probably involves a lot of…

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Breathe Deep and Remember to Thank Phytoplankton!

Think back to your earliest science classes in school. One of the first things we learn about our environment is…

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How Long the World Will Last if we Keep Going on this Way?

The Earth is 4.543 billion years old right now. That’s 1.685 trillion days. As organisms that live for no more…

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