Green Earth News

Fifield’s electric fat tire bike is available with mid- or rear-drive

Normally, rogue waves are something to avoid, but this one might be something you’ll want to experience.

Beguiling nature-inspired sculptures are formed from industrial strength metals

Arranged to suggest the movement and chaos seen in nature, these lovely artworks are actually made with human-made materials.

Photo: Sponge and sea tulip make nice

Our photo of the day comes from Middle Head, Sydney Harbour.

California’s wildflowers are freaking out, can be seen from space

After years of devastating drought, the Golden State’s bodacious blooms are having a raucous celebration.

‘The Food Lover’s Garden’ is a how-to guide for inexperienced gardeners

If you like the idea of growing your own food, but haven’t the foggiest idea of where to start, then this is the book for you. The key is to start with the easiest, most forgiving crops.

Using residential-scale flow batteries to ease solar’s impact on the grid

Redflow’s flow batteries were originally conceived of for large-scale deployment. But they are now powering individual homes.

Female dragonflies ditch suitors by faking sudden death

Dragonflies, they’re just like us!

Critics are furious about a study claiming saturated fats do not clog arteries

The nutritional community doesn’t like having its conventional wisdom questioned.

Unprecedented Bleaching Leaves the Great Barrier Reef Terminal

In 2016, the Great Barrier Reef saw the worst bleaching event on record — two-thirds (67 percent) of corals in the northern sector of the reef died after being exposed to unusually warm currents. While experts warned that these bleaching events…

The Rush-Bagot Treaty that demilitarized the Great Lakes is 200 years old today

It led to a series of other agreements that protected and cleaned up the Great Lakes environment