Green Earth News
The future of the planet belongs to todayâ€™s youth, and we have a feeling itâ€™s in pretty good hands â€” kids today are savvier about recycling than ever before. Now, they can put that knowledge to good use in pursuit of winning fun prizes, including…
Until several years ago, most residential photovoltaic (PV) systems were purchased. Because of the upfront cost (and because solar systems were more expensive back then), there was a very limited pool of potential solar system owners. Around 2008,…
The beginning of the end for this major source of plastic pollution?
Another public health risk associated with unconventional gas and oil drilling.
Breaking one of the cardinal rules of contemporary conservation, scientists risk upsetting the ecological balance in order to protect a species.
It seems to be following the same path as Peak Oil, and happy days are here again.
Climate change and deforestation have left many in the drylands of Africa unable to grow food. Planting trees may reverse that.
Cargo ships have fallen through the regulatory cracks for too long, time to deal with the problem.
1 billion people are at risk of vision loss by 2050, but researchers say it could be curbed by just getting outside more.
Bartering is part of human nature. Remember when you were a kid and your mom packed something you didnâ€™t like in your school lunch? You of course tried to trade â€“ aka barter â€“ with a friend for something you preferred, right? Or on Halloween, whe…