Featured by Shaena Montanari
Affordable driverless cars could curb public transit
The most eco-friendly way to travel will likely still be taking the bus or subway.
Where does your paper come from? The good and the bad news.
A huge chunk of paper products get recycled—but the industry isn't perfect.
Maggots and algae could be the sustainable snacks of the future
Eating healthy and sustainabily in the future could require some serious creativity.
It’s not just methane—meat production fills the air with noxious particulate matter too
There's more than just cow burps to worry about.
Your lost shipment could be trashing a beach thousands of miles away
Hundreds, sometimes thousands, of cargo containers become lost at sea yearly.
Is growing weed sustainable? The answer is complicated.
One serving of cannabis likely has a higher greenhouse gas footprint than a beer or cigarette.
Car, factory, and power plant pollution can be damaging to kids’ mental health
Exposure to pollutants can lead to greater rates of mental illness across all diagnostic categories.
A quarter of new invasive species were spotted by everyday citizen-scientists
Keep your eyes peeled in your home and garden.
Adding enzymes to bioplastics can make them disappear
New research shows there may be a way to make easily biodegradable single-use plastics.
Super-white paint could cut air conditioning bills by 80 percent
A coat of paint can passively cool down buildings in increasingly hot cities.