We can still win the war against the single-use paper coffee cup
Billions of paper cups per year are tossed...and counting (upwards)! Percentage recycled? Poor to lousy. Prognosis? There''s still time.
Google keeps an eye out for fish poachers
The tech company is helping to track illegal fishing around the world.
Michael Pollan tells people to "take back control of your plate!"
By controlling portion size and refusing to overeat, particularly in restaurants, we can reduce food waste and remind ourselves of the true value of food.
Threadflip social marketplace facilitates the buying and selling of used fashion and accessories
Threadflip provides another way to discover, buy, and sell used women''s fashion and accessories, right from your smartphone.
Here''s how to fight climate change, alleviate poverty, and increase resilience too.
UK-based charity Tree Aid offers a deceptively simple strategy for protecting the environment and reducing poverty.
Artist''s complex ceramic sculptures are fractal inspired
Using self-similar repetitions of forms found in nature, this artist creates exquisite works that resemble marine life.
New Mexico utility endangering public health with coal mine deal
"Why on earth would they buy a coal mine that would lock its ratepayers and the surrounding community into decades of coal pollution?"
Being thin is not the same as being strong and healthy
A post-pregnancy corset may have worked for Jessica Alba, but those kinds of magic bullet solutions for weight loss are a bad idea for a lot of reasons.
Antibacterial soap ingredient triclosan now linked to liver fibrosisStories 1 - 10 of 3297
This one is scarier than superbugs, three-legged frogs and endocrine disruption; maybe people will finally listen