Crowds gathered in downtown Manhattan on Monday to stage a protest to draw attention to climate change. Sunday’s march in New York drew hundreds of thousands of people and was one of 2,646 events in 156 countries calling for action.
What would happen to our society if we just stopped driving? SHIT WOULD GET REAL.
Construction problems, over-reaching budgets, and questionable projections are already plaguing the construction of an addition to the Suez Canal.
“Climate change is real. I’m standing on it!”
20 million gallons is a lot of hamburgers.
Some people see trash. But you see treasure. Meet some more people who see trash differently on Human Resources, airing Fridays at 10 E/P only on Pivot TV.
Turkish company Pugedon is trying to help the massive stray animal population by also helping the environment!
“Why not do it as a simple tax?”
“Climate change is no longer a distant threat but has moved firmly into the present,” Obama said during the commencement of the University of California, Irvine.
A decision by the Egyptian government to begin importing coal has rattled environmentalists, who say it could spell disaster.
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“I have become slothified.”
During “Earth Hour” on Saturday, lights went out across the world as people showed support for renewable energy.
Australia’s government has environmentalists up in arms. Justifiably?
Sometimes we need to take a moment to appreciate how great Americans can truly be. We’re not as bad as you might think.
Meet the Kakapo, a strange, adorable, very frisky bird New Zealanders are desperate to save from extinction.
Toss that deodorant and never look back.
TransCanada recommended the contractor conducting State Department environmental review of the pipeline environmentalists have said is biased towards TransCanada. The company did not disclose that the two firms had worked together previously.
Thirty Greenpeace activists are being held in Russia for scaling a state-owned offshore oil platform as an act of protest against Russia’s energy exploration in the Arctic.
Your children might grow up in a world of squishy apples and NO COFFEE. Pray for them.
You use more than you think. A lot more.
Well this is alarming. Taken from 10 Billion, a new book by Stephen Emmott.
The president tries to make good on his climate change promises in a big speech Tuesday. The Keystone XL pipeline is not expected to be mentioned and protesters aren’t giving him a pass. But at the same time, they’re happy their time has come.
With massive protests already planned, environmentalists see new signs Obama is going their way.
Obama will threaten executive orders if Congress can’t pass its own energy and climate legislation.
One day, one month, and one year, visualized as pure balls of carbon dioxide. Spoiler: it’s a lot of balls.
Until this week, the world’s biggest tech company had 39 EPEAT-certified products. Then it went a step further: It deleted its entire history of green products.
Adults sometimes have a hard time sorting out environmental issues, but how do kids cope? These children took up crayon and marker to draw out their opinions. You may want to listen to them.