Usually we celebrate the year a work of art came out, so a bicentennial of Mary Shelley’s novel "Frankenstein: or the Modern Prometheus" should take place in 2018. But this summer, some literary scholars
By Hugh Naylor Hugh Naylor Bio Follow BAGHDAD — Record-shattering temperatures this summer have scorched countries from Morocco to Saudi Arabia and beyond, as climate experts warn that the severe weather
Deadly marine bacteria are proliferating in warmer waters, prompting "unprecedented" outbreaks in the U.S. and Europe, a study finds. Rising ocean temperatures may be making us ill and it’s only getting
From solar energy to autonomous vehicles Almost a decade ago, a not-so-well-known tech millionaire named Elon Musk took to the blog of his least-famous company and published a "secret master plan" to zero-emission
It sounds like a pretty 'fowl' suggestion but the odour of chickens could be the key to preventing malaria or even Zika, scientists believe. Experiments by Swedish and Ethiopian scientists found that steer
Siberia, you scary. The frigid plains of northern Siberia are becoming a hotspot for mysterious geological phenomena. Over the past couple of years, sudden craters have been exploding from the permafrost-laden
Since I've "come out" as a person alarmed about climate change, my affirming friends have been posting global warming news stories on my Facebook wall. Not surprisingly many of these stories focus on deniers.
fastcoexist.com - About the author Adele Peters is a staff writer at Fast Company who focuses on solutions to some of the world's largest problems, from climate change to homelessness. Previously, she worked with GOOD, BioLite, and the Sustainable Products and Solutions program at UC Berkeley. More
Australian firm ArchiBlox debuts the world’s first carbon-positive prefabricated home Though it may be small, the Carbon Positive House by Australian architecture firm ArchiBlox could have a massive impact.
By Bloomberg Custom Content, An Energy Realities Partner A series of complex and interconnected challenges face an evolving energy sector. Everyone is eager for change in the world of energy, and the and
I started fighting climate change almost 20 years ago. Back then it was a topic largely for environmentalists and scientists. Today, seven in every ten Americans understand it's a problem. Business leaders,