3D printing means fast, rabid prototyping with less waste. There are all kinds of eco printing, 3D and on paper. Like this printer that builds homes.
Retailers and marketers everywhere can thank the Canadians for this killjoy idea that fights for the environment: instead of buying more than you can afford on Black Friday, an environmentalist from Canada in 1992 started a then radical idea: Buy Nothing Day.
Such studies will include monitoring wild populations to assess survival, dispersal, and breeding success.
A new project by the City of Tel Aviv is offering a coding course to selected refugees, giving them a jumpstart to a new career path. And in my eyes a chance to influence the machine.
Aleph Farms creates non GMO steak by cultivating and replicating bovine cells in the lab. The company has started building its BioFarm but it's not the only way to make our food chain more sustainable.
A small rise in temperatures and ticks prefer human legs over our dogs.
Drinking holy water from the ancient Zamzam well is considered an essential part of the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca.
Residential use of solar energy systems is catching on fast as more homeowners seek better energy sources to reduce the cost of energy bills if not do away with it altogether. In addition to its environmentally friendly benefits, solar energy is becoming a hit and a must-have for most people.
One Particle at a Time: An Examination on How Air Filters Can Control Indoor Pollution
Fitting birds with GPS backpacks on their legs reveals what we’ve long suspected: urban gulls know when & where to forage for human food. If you’ve ever seen a seagull snatch a pasty or felt their beady eyes on your sandwich in the park, you’d be right to suspect they know exactly when to strike […]
People, including celebrities like to gamble. Some hold charity nights and donate all profits to a good cause, like climate change.
Barefoot shoes can help relieve pressure on toes squeezed into conventional shoes. They've helped me when I run. Like these ones from Vibram. Newer models look better.
November in the Middle East offers a colorful spread of fruit and veg, including some heritage varieties.
The kingdom announced the launch of 'Let’s Make it Green' - a plan that seeks to plant 10 million trees across the country by April 2021. But cut one down and pay a heavy price.
Two dry Persian Gulf countries are amping up their desalination capacity: Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates. Both have access to Persian Gulf waters but very little freshwater access inland.
When you know the spiders are going to be there in advance, you will have less fear for them when you see them. They offer some advice about fearing Covid too.
If Noah would have had the challenge, this is what his living ark might look like to save the coral reefs.
Imposters can prey on your vulnerabilities, hopes and dreams. They might speak like a suave sustainability consultant saying they want to invest in you and your venture. Be aware if you are at risk.
The scent of a woman? From being able to realistic flower or sea aromas to your vacation pictures on social media, giving computers the ability to interpret odors in the way that humans do could have an impact on environmental monitoring and the biomedical and food industries.
CBD oil and yoga have a natural connection, as both the cannabidiol and the relaxation techniques strengthen the mind and body.
Sometimes, US citizens have a hard time thinking globally. We get caught up in local politics and are less likely to read sources of world news. As the home of innovation centers like Silicon Valley, Americans also tend to have tunnel vision when it comes to recognizing the contributions to big ideas by non-Americans.
Infarm, a company that grows fresh produce inside supermarkets, has recently announced a $170 million USD funding round to help the company expand across Europe. Their environment-controlled and automated growing chambers grow food such as leafy greens inside the supermarket, so it's fresh, without your food accumulating food miles.
Forest bathing is a kind of therapy called for in some cultures like Japan.
Keto, paleo, vegan, gluten- and sugar-free, or intermittent fasting? How does a sustainabilist choose how to diet for health or weight loss?
Most people trust their doctor’s advice. However, in the United States, many doctors feel beholden to certain pharmaceutical companies or medical suppliers that help them pay their bills. This has led to a deteriorating trust between physicians and the general public.