For 500,000 years, the Great Barrier Reef has grown steadily in the cool, clear waters off Australia. But after surviving five glacial periods, the reef’s billions of inhabitants may not survive humanity.
LONDON (Reuters) - Investment in new wind power projects in Europe fell almost 25% to 19 billion euros ($20.7 billion) in 2019 compared to a year earlier and projects are likely to face financing delays
Global Air Pollution Has Fallen Due to the Coronavirus Outbreak, but Experts Warn It Isn't a Silver Lining
Around the world an unexpected impact of the economic shuttering due to the coronavirus outbreak is striking blue skies and clear water in places, from Venice to Beijing, Los Angeles to Bangalore, where
Polyurethane, which now goes to landfills or gets burned, might be able to be broken down by some hungry bugs. Polyurethane—the foam used in things such as running shoes, sofa cushions, and insulation—can’t
First, it was oil and gas. Now coal is facing a financial cataclysm. As the coronavirus crushes energy demand around the world, the bottom has fallen out from under an already weak coal industry. Moody’s
Coronavirus Or Climate Change? Greta Thunberg And The Woke Generation Teach Us Important Lessons In Leadership
It's difficult for me to think about anything other than those affected by the coronavirus at the moment. But when experts say the virus has resulted in actions that have wiped out a quarter of China's
Pictures of clean Venice canals, dolphins in Cagliari and swans in Milan were all around the internet last week and - many argued - were signs of nature healing itself when people are not around. While
The world may soon run out of space to store its extra oil as Saudi Arabia prepares to increase its fossil fuel production even as global demand for energy continues to fall due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Thanks to the absence of tourists and much-reduced traffic due to Italy's quarantine measures to tackle the recent Coronavirus outbreak, pollution levels drop across many Italian cities and rarely seen