We generally do not think of food as a source of climate change. But if we consider all aspects we will be surprised.
Small rooftop wind turbine from Nertherlands-based start-up can generate 1,500 kilowatt-hours 15% typical home energy use.
China’s reforestation efforts date back to the 1970s when the government started requiring every citizen over age 11 to plant at least three saplings every year to augment official government-backed reforestation projects.
Seasteading remains intriguing to many as one of the planet’s few remaining alternative social systems. “The world needs a place where those who wish to experiment.
Unless you only buy foods that are certified organic or marked as “GMO-free,” odds are that a great deal of the food you eat contains genetically modified organisms (GMO).
Are we really heading for a coal-free power future in the U.S. or is this just an environmental pipe dream?