A coat of paint can passively cool down buildings in increasingly hot cities.
Solar canals save water, create energy, and protect natural lands all at the same time.
Studying organisms like the body-regenerating sea slugs can teach us about how plants evolved.
Countries are still figuring out how to implement safety with aging infrastructure.
In the US, private residents end up footing the bill to prevent further eyesores and pollution.
As consumers, we can help a lot—starting with ignoring those sell-by dates.
There’s a smarter way to do it.
Facing falling demand for fossil fuels, companies like Shell are betting big on another polluting commodity: plastic.
Nutritionists warn of one big caveat with the numbers on the packaging.
Aging, pollution-spilling equipment clocks its final days at the Ravenswood Generating Station.
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