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Devastating 7.8 earthquake kills hundreds in Nepal A devastating 7.8-magnitude earthquake shook Nepal today, killing hundreds and sending a ripple of aftershocks through the country. The shaking caused buildings to crumble in the country's

This powerful video sheds light on 5 things about plastic you might not know

This powerful video, titled "5 Things You Didn’t Know About Plastic", uses a Rube Goldberg machine to follow the journey a plastic bottle takes from “factory to home” to shed light on the unintended consequences plastic waste has on our and what

Renewable Energy for All: How an Indian Village Was Electrified

Let's accept it. Climate change is a reality and current and future generations are up against the greatest challenge that humanity has ever faced. Yet some people believe that there is a trade-off between combating climate change and delivering development for the people. Show More Summary

Regret to Inform You: Coal Blasting Rages On

Judy Kellen, neighbor of Peabody's Rocky Branch Mine from Students Against Peabody on Vimeo. The Washington University Students Against Peabody Energy ruined my Earth Day. They sent me footage of a recent fact-finding trip to SalineShow More Summary

Make Earth Day Count

On its special day, what do you give the planet that has everything? How about some really good news? Last month, the International Energy Agency announced that "global emissions of carbon dioxide from the energy sector stalled in 2014,...Show More Summary

Earth Day 2015: Inspiring Evidence of a Paradigm Shift

As Earth Day comes and goes, it is normal to feel a bit disillusioned that we must be given a designated day to appreciate our natural environment. However, if we take step back, we can see that small, yet significant, actions are taking place around the world. Show More Summary

St Louis Artist Raps of Ecosystem Services on Earth Day

Today marks our 45th Earth Day - 45 years of watching vertebrates die to the point that we now have half as many as we did in 1970, and 45 years of watching greenhouse gas concentrations soar, to the point that temperatures are now inching menacingly upwards. Show More Summary

Five Years After the BP Oil Disaster, Few Lessons Learned About Dangers of Offshore Drilling

Five years ago, an explosion on the BP-operated Deepwater Horizon oil rig killed 11 people and caused the rig to sink in the Gulf of Mexico. By the time responders capped the well 87 days later, an estimated 200 million gallons of oil had spread into the Gulf of Mexico. Show More Summary

A Thousand Angry Women Say No to Genetically Engineered Trees

On March 5th, a thousand angry women descended on a facility in Brazil where the biotechnology company, FuturaGene, was growing genetically engineered eucalyptus trees. Later that day, a meeting of the Brazilian Biosafety CommissionShow More Summary

Climate Change This Week: Methane Blob, Renewables And Global Heat Rise, and More!

Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded. @@ Funny or Die: Climate Change Denial Disorder - absolutely hilarious. Enjoy, and share! @@ How Much Fossil Fuel Is Extracted As You Read This? Click n See: The Rate...Show More Summary

Earth Day's Soundtrack: Wider Circles, New Album by Rising Appalachia

In an effort to promote low-impact touring and community engagement, the internationally acclaimed folk roots group Rising Appalachia has taken to the rails this spring to promote their border-crossing sixth album, Wider Circles. Set...Show More Summary

Energy Equality on Earth Day

Each year, on April 22, people from across the globe gather to celebrate the environment, the protection of our ecosystems and all of the benefits that natural resources provide on Earth Day. This year, the 45th anniversary of EarthShow More Summary

VIDEO: The incredible mission to resurrect the woolly mammoth Recently, VICE headed to South Korea to explore the incredible mission to resurrect the woolly mammoth. Host Ben Makuch and his team spoke to researchers at the Sooam Biotech Research Foundation, where are

Who Votes Dirty?

Washington doesn't have the bright lights and flashy showgirls of the Vegas strip, but some lawmakers sure seem to have adopted Vegas's motto. Unfortunately for them, what happens in Washington is no longer going to stay in Washington. Show More Summary

'Clean Coal' Pumps Up 'Green Oil'

Greenpeace USA just released "Carbon Capture Scam (CCS): How a False Climate Solution Bolsters Big Oil," a report explaining why support for carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) must stop. Cynics of the potential of renewable energy...Show More Summary

Chevron Whistleblower Videos Prove Oil Giant's Guilt in Ecuador - AGAIN

On April 8th, Amazon Watch released secret videos turned over by a Chevron whistleblower that clearly show company technicians finding extensive oil pollution at well sites in the Amazon that Chevron had previously certified as "remediated."...Show More Summary

How to Train Your Coral

Imagine you are in the tropics. Walk down the beach to the water's edge. Put on a mask and snorkel. Take a plunge into the warm, shallow sea, and swim out over the coral reef that lies below. Watch with excitement as beautiful fish of all colors, shapes and sizes dart around looking for their next bite to eat. Show More Summary

Art and Climate Change - Inspiring a Sustainable Future

Photographer Gary Braasch inspects the smooth wall of an ice cave inside Marr Glacier on Anvers Island in Antarctica. This cave melted away several years after the photograph was made. "Huh?" That was my initial reaction when I heard about the idea of art inspired by climate change. Show More Summary

Why I Am Banned From Harvard, and Why I Am Coming Back Anyway

I am banned from Harvard University. I was banned from Harvard University on Friday, May 30th, 2014 after I stood in front of the stage where President Drew Faust was about to speak to an audience of several hundred Harvard alumni. Along...Show More Summary

This sweet animation aims to help save the British hedgehog Once a common sight throughout Britain, hedgehogs are now disappearing quickly. These iconic animals numbered close to 30 million back in the 1950s, and now, their numbers are estimated to hover somewhere around 1 million.

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