While we try to Make Coal Great Again, they're taking over renewables—and scolding us. At this point, I'm surprised that the polar bears just don't come south en masse, eat us all, and then kill themselves.
It’s easy to imagine the battle for greener chemistry as a titanic struggle between government and industry – but it’s consumers who really call the shots Whenever the battle against toxic chemicals makes
Apple's "Shot on iPhone" campaign displays stunning photos on over 10,000 billboards across 25 different countries. The ads feature crisp, nearly perfect photos shot on iPhones — and it's likely the company
How scientists and entrepreneurs are tackling the growing problem of our ocean's trash Last year, a nonprofit organization called The Ocean Cleanup raised $2.2 million dollars toward a project that would
As the Cites conference on endangered species meets in Johannesburg, the BBC's Matt McGrath travelled to Zambia to hear the voices of people with first-hand experience of conflicts between humans and The
There is little in this universe I love more than the end of my kids’ days. No matter how frazzled I am, or what superhuman efforts they put up to resist bedtime, snuggling up with them tucked in and pile
Every day hundreds of thousands of Britons put their coffee cup into a recycling bin. They're wrong - those cups aren't recyclable, and the UK throws away 2.5bn of them a year. It must stop, writes Hugh
From supermarket bags to CDs, man-made waste has contaminated the entire globe, and become a marker of a new geological epoch Humans have made enough plastic since the second world war to coat the Earth
There are three golden rules of the road less travelled: always carry a stash of toilet paper, learn a handful of phrases in the local lingo and don't drink the water. Ignore the last and you'll need roll
A recent study reveals the workout that's good for both your body and your brain. We already know that exercise can help make us smarter, happier, and less stressed. But all exercise is not created equal.
It is true that oceans give us life, but our planet's wild places also make life worth living and help heal us when we are broken. Especially those who need healing most. Blue Mind trailer from Between
Atlanta (CNN) — There is no test doctors can use to conclusively determine whether someone will get Alzheimer's disease. "If you are in your 20s or 30s and want to know if you will get the disease, we
Have you ever felt like pounding the pavement or doing a couple of sun salutations seems to instantly melt your worries away? It's not your imagination — but it is your brain. "What benefits the body the