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Tesla has started rolling out next-generation liquid-cooled Superchargers (video)

The smaller stations run cooler, and could potentially be used to charge Teslas even faster than the current 120-kilowatt rate.

Sustainable forestry is about more than just trees: it's also about culture, history and politics

On Haida Gwaii, trees are living spirits. That complicates things when you want to chop them down.

These 'resurrection plants' can spring back to life after drought (video)

Tortula mosses can stay dried out for months or even years, then spring back to life in just moments when the rain returns.

A Dangerous Game: Documentary examines environmental impact of luxury golf resorts

From the filmmaker who brought us the expose You've Been Trumped comes a closer look at the eco-impact of golf courses that only serve a tiny fraction of wealthy players.

Additives could prevent fires in lithium-ion batteries

Researchers have discovered a couple tweaks that could make the batteries much safer.

Some like it hut: Eco-shed of the the year is cute and accessible

It's the annual Shed of the Year competition and the first winners are announced.

Barbados announces new 10% tax on sugary beverages

In an effort to fight the Caribbean island's obesity epidemic and to change consumer behaviour, the government will put new tax into effect on August 1.

Climate Change Demands Moral Change

"God blessed them, and God said to them, "Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth and subdue it; and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the air and over every living thing that moves upon the earth."" (cf. Show More Summary

‘Walking Dead’ star Leads Campaign for ‘Pit Bull’ Fair Treatment

In an effort to dispel the negative myths of “pit bulls”, Animal Farm Foundation is spurring a campaign for the dog owners to come together. “Pit bull” owners are encouraged Read More The post ‘Walking Dead’ star Leads Campaign for ‘Pit Bull’ Fair Treatment appeared first on Ecorazzi.

Infographic: How renewables are thriving in the US thanks to state policies

Things are looking up for clean energy in the US. Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA), a national nonprofit coalition working to advance clean energy, released a new report titled Clean Energy Champions: The Importance of State Programs and Policies, to

Dutch city to hand out free basic income in new social experiment

If your government gave you enough money every month to cover your bills, would you stay home at watch Netflix all day, or go out into the world and do meaningful things? This is the idea behind a new experiment in The Netherlands. Utrecht authorities a

Bill Gates invests $2bn in renewables but refuses to divest from fossil fuels

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has announced they will invest another $2billion in renewable technologies to help the fight against global climate change. This good news toward sustainability however comes with some bad, as Gates will not divest

This quirky Spanish eco-house is hidden under a rolling hill

The Live Garden House is a green-roofed vaulted home built using traditional techniques in Zaragoza, Spain. Spanish designers Alberto Monreal and Elisa Durán of Arquitecturas Naturales S.C. created this beautiful home by focusing on sustainable methods

VeloMetro Mobility to launch the first VeloCar-sharing program in Vancouver

Though it's fun, cost-effective, and great for the environment, replacing your car with a bicycle isn't without its snags. Biking in the rain isn't for everyone, sweating up hills can make you unpopular when you get to the office and bike thieves are a

Supreme Court Mercury Decision Threatens Public Health, But Won't Revive Big Coal

Today's ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court to send the Mercury and Air Toxics Standard (MATS) back to EPA for further proceedings is a decision that endangers public health, but it won't revive the fortunes of Big Coal. These standards were designed to safeguard local communities against dangerous pollution from power plants. Show More Summary

China is modeling a national parks network after U.S. example

China is a land known for its beauty, but also a lack of practices by which to protect that beauty. The times are a’slowly changing, though, and Chinese officials are making a commitment to protect at least some of the natural areas in their country.

'God Will Give Me Justice'

When I hear the words chosen for the title of this article, I think of retired bio-chemist and high school chemistry teacher Blaine Malquist. This famous quote from The Count of Monte Cristo was used by the 68-year-old grandfather as...Show More Summary

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