The ever-increasing amount of plastic waste is a global problem. Plastics are everywhere - in the soil, in rivers, in the oceans, even in the cattle's stomachs. The toxins harm the environment, causing fatal injuries to many animals. At...
The new Greenpeace report, the world's first, published the cost of enormous damage from burning fossil fuels on a global scale. A study conducted by Greenpeace Southeast Asia and the Center for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA)...
Under the term of steak, most of us imagine a piece of juicy meat that has its irreplaceable taste and texture. But what if you don't want or can't eat meat for some reason? Students from the University of...
A battery-powered seaplane succeeded in a test flight in Vancouver, Canada, right several weeks ago. It became the first fully electric commercial aircraft in the world. The project is supported by the Canadian airline Harbor Air and the technology company...
Our ancestors already knew that music was healing. Indigenous tribes still use music to treat and trance. Scientists have tried to attract life to dying corals by using "music" or the sounds of nature. The results have come. Coral reefs...
As the first in the world, the manufacture in Zhitomir, Ukraine, made the first batch of paper from fallen leaves, according to a talented student Valentin Frechko. The resulting recyclable product is used to produce environmentally friendly packaging and...
Australia has declared a national emergency. Over 10 million acres have burned across Australia in the last five months. Conservationists estimate that more than a billion living creatures have been killed in flames since September 2019, including thousands of...
In common practice, it looks like we buy a product packed mostly in plastic. We unpack the product, use it, throw the packaging away. Nothing unusual. We are all used to it since we first opened our eyes to...
Research dr. Tom Beer warned of potential bushfires in connection with climate change as early as the 1980s. But no one listened to. The First Study on the Future of Bushfires Dr. Beer was asked by my employer SCIRO (Commonwealth Scientific...
A Filipino scientist has developed a sustainable bioplastic that is water-soluble and does not leave harmful micro particles, as well as traditional plastics that are ubiquitous and reach the entire food chain into our stomachs. A young researcher from the...
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