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6 gigantic solar parks and a solar panel factory are planned for Ghana.
The Nature Conservancy is calling for riders to join their team.
While AirBnB allows people to rent out lodging, from the smallest room to the biggest Irish castle, AirPnP has a smaller, though not less useful, ambition.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang made remarks about the country's huge pollution problems during what could be described as China’s equivalent of the State of the Union address in the US.
"Bacteria still outweigh us thousands to one--and that's not even counting the several pounds of them in your body."
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New York judge throws the whole thing out, accusing lawyer of bribery and money laundering.
Chipotle is warning that it might have to stop serving guacamole because events associated with climate change are driving up the price of avocado.
A massive asteroid will be hurtling past Earth today, and it's expected to sail past a bit closer than the moon does.
Here is another example of what happens when you try to build really green and below the radar.
A new study measures the quantity of hazardous volatile organic compounds inhaled by babies who sleep on foam.
A white-faced ibis stretches its wings to reveal hidden colors.
The drone also got footage of a humpback whale and her calf snuggling and playing in Hawaii.
When an entire country divests from dirty power, it sends a powerful signal to the markets. Especially when that country is a petrostate.
Wow, India is looking to crush some solar power records... and not just once, but with 3 record-shattering solar projects.
A new type of bioplastic made from an abundant resource, shrimp shells, can fully biodegrade in two weeks, releasing nutrients that support plant growth.
A federal study of sea otters in Prince William Sound, Alaska, where the Exxon Valdez supertanker spilled around 30,000,000 gallons of oil about 25 years ago has concluded that the otters have returned to pre-spill numbers.
These little spiders seem to float on a nearly invisible web.
Being green has a bad reputation for being expensive, but it can actually save you money.
In China, wind power is leaving nuclear behind. Electricity output from China’s wind farms exceeded that from its nuclear plants for the first time in 2012, by a narrow margin. Then in 2013, wind pulled away—outdoing nuclear by 22 percent.