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Scientists Are Working to Drill a Mile-and-a-Half Hole Into the Earth

Geologists have been trying to drill down into the Earth's mantle for more than 50 years—and they may finally get there.<p>On the seafloor at a location in the Indian Ocean called the Atlantis Bank, about 800 miles southeast of Madagascar, scientists are working to drill 1.6 miles through the Earth's …

Climate Home: Power from the sun could supply 20% of energy worldwide by 2027 on current technology trends, say UK researchers<p>Solar power costs are tumbling so fast the technology is likely to fast outstrip mainstream energy forecasts.<p>That is the conclusion of Oxford University researchers, based …

Renewable Energy

Eating Right Can Save the World

Eating Right Can Save The World<p>by: Tim Zimmerman for Outside Magazine<p>The endless cascade of nutritional information--about localism, vegetarianism, veganism, organic food, the environmental impact of eating meat, poultry, or fish, and more--makes the simple goal of a healthy, sustainable diet seem …

Polar Bear Dipping in Warming Ocean Waters Spells a Sad Future – But We Can Help - One Green Planet

A new study in the journal <i>Nature Climate Chang</i>e has found that ocean temperatures have risen significantly over the last 18 years. According to an …

Green Living

Time to Get Real. There Aren’t Plenty of Fish in the Sea and It’s Our Fault

It seems that we humans, as land-dwellers, have little appreciation of our world’s vast oceans. The oceans provide us with 70 percent of the world’s …

PlentyOfFish

'Green gas' mill plans are moving forward in the UK

Back in 2010, UK-based renewable energy firm Ecotricity launched a service providing vegan biogas to households, aiming to replace the use of natural …

Farms in the sky: fewer food miles, less waste, more jobs | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP

Urban farming on rooftops has been gaining traction in cities around the world. Its rise can originally be traced to consumers’ increasing awareness …