Humanity has been used to transition from one source of energy to another, nowadays it is a matter of time for us to leave behind fossil fuels.
Are you someone who has faith in the power of free markets? Then you should naturally accept the evidence that human activity is bringing about climate change.
The United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union can affect CO2 emissions
The phenomenon of La Niña has intensified the winter in USA
Secore International, a conservation organization for the protection and restoration of corals, assured that with a new method, many species can be saved
The autonomous boat was launched on June 1 and aims to complete a solar journey across the Atlantic.
Choking smog returned to the skies of Mexico City this week at levels not seen in more than a decade, prompting fears of more eye-watering days to come as efforts to curb pollution run afoul of the courts and the realities of life.
Environmental risks' impact on health accounts for 23% of all deaths per year. A WHO report examines how prevention measures can tackle the problem.
The scientific community claims that two thirds of the mammal’s will disappear by 2050
Rebuilding needs to tame coastal rivers to prevent flooding. GDP seen rebounding to 4%-5% growth in 2018 on reconstruction
Located in Isla Colon the 83 acre eco community will host 120 homes.
Plantations of oil palm are causing not only environmental damage but violence around the globe. 4 out of the top 10 world producers are Latin American countries.
The UN recently highlighted the Norwegian model of biodiversity protection that seek to achieve the Aichi Targets
BioLite has developed a home stove that can replace cooking fires, give access to electricity and replace kerosene lamps.
So much of America’s future is at stake in the 2016 presidential election. But let’s focus for a moment on just one area — energy and the environment — where the Obama administration has made startling progress that could be reversed if either of the GOP front-runners becomes president.
Mexico's government on Tuesday unexpectedly changed two of its top officials responsible for U.S. relations, citing concerns about an increasingly anti-Mexican climate across the border.
Desert mangroves can store massive amounts of carbon, they are crucial for the coastline ecosystems and human population. A scientific study focused only on Mexican mangroves.
New research shows 83% of the world lives under light-polluted skies, this can damage human's health.
Water levels in the two artificial lakes that nourish the Panama Canal and supply more than half the country’s households are at historic lows
The organization is concerned on how it affects economic activity, and positioned it as key during their meeting in the Bahamas.
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