Multidisciplinary artist Muhannad Shono has been selected to represent Saudi Arabia at Biennale Arte 2022 in Venice with his installation, The Teaching Tree
A new study shows that the Israeli part of the Levantine coastline of the Mediterranean Sea is contaminated with over two tons of micro-plastics
Insect larvae are eating plastic. The secret is in their saliva. Try your own real experiments at home with plastics you find.
Forest bathing is prescribed by Japanese doctors for good health. It can also help with OCD.
A pioneering newsletter is still helping the next generation plan their intentional community
Some virtual schools let you pick the topics and the rest of the day your kids can be hanging out in trees at a forest school.
The Med region is changing as hundreds of new species invade. Can you imagine floating in Cefalu with killer jellyfish?
Nature is one of humanity’s most valuable assets. It provides us with everything our minds and bodies need to thrive, from sunlight and fresh air to food and water. Without nature and its many resources, life would ultimately cease to exist. That’s why people go to great lengths to educate, protect, and preserve the environment. […]
Coral reefs are at risk as the City of Eilat plans to illuminate its Red Sea beaches
Climate scientists call for a plastic diet, asking governments to cap production.
After taking a deep dive in the fishing industry, dolphin bycatch is being ignored and not reported.
To help farmers evaluate the impact carbon sequestration and other practices might have on their businesses, the Institute is developing a decision support tool
Plants from the past and used in the Bible may help us against modern ailments. Research studies to produce medicines capable of fighting COVID-19 from frankincense trees in Oman are being jointly undertaken by the University of Nizwa in Oman and the University of Oxford in England
There are wild ingredients found in your home that are now under threat. Brazil nuts, argan oil, and shea butter are now classified among a dozen wild, threatened and at risk plants known as flagship species that need protecting.
These mysterious waves move in the opposite direction to the sun's rotation, which is to the right, three times faster than what is allowed by hydrodynamics alone.
Africa is getting its Great Green Wall, meanwhile Saudi Arabia is also suffering from climate change-induced draught and is starting to do something about it by planting more local trees that love the desert.
More worrying is that microplastics themselves are not inert, and they have the ability to pull along other environmental toxins with them, amplifying the toxicity effect, finds a new research study.
Plastics from dollar store products, packaging for our every day lives and industry have been a problem for decades, and the more scientists learn about plastic pollution the more serious the problems are shown to be for the environment and the health of all living things.
But as always the case, lithium batteries that are good for your Tesla in Oakland or Montreal might be terrible in someone else's backyard. As we speak the Serbians are heavily fighting against lithium mining by Rio Tinto, and are calling out the government for its corruption.
Make it your business to know if your supply chain is in short supply. The 50 minerals that create your best life.
A collaboration of British and Moroccan artists focuses on sustainability and justice via the study of red gold algae.
Imagine creating a garbage dump in the middle of the grand canyon or scaling the top of off Mount Everest? In effect that's what mineral mining is doing at the Dead Sea. And where politics and money can't intervene Ariel Fruchter is hoping art will help.
Due to increasing temperatures resulting from climate change, the researchers stress that public health organizations are advised to develop strategies to address these challenges on a national, as well as a community, level.
The greenest lawn is no lawn. But if you must have a lawn, here are the ways to make it work in the eco sense.
My son kicks off the covers. Yet my daughter wants a thicker duvet. My husband wants the air conditioner, and I want it off. It seems that men and women really do feel differences in temperature. A new study believes that the answer is evolutionary.