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Worried about #reusable mugs and containers during these very viral times? Read on: #COVID
Meet the first baby koala born in Australian wildlife park since devastating wildfires (video via @austreptilepark)
New Zealand is sitting on top of a massive bubble of lava from an ancient volcano
Why the rise of green chemistry matters
Together with experts from National Geographic, WWF, and the BBC, they've created a brand new online science curriculum of sorts that comprises 30 short animated videos about various topics.
"It's more about looking for the different pieces of what it is to be a planet that can sustain life."
Having previously worked as as a sustainability consultant before opening her own bar in 2019, she is use to looking at food and beverage issues through a social and climate justice lens.
A tiny ray of hope in the wake of Australia's historic bushfires. (video via @austreptilepark)
Scientists say powerful undersea eruptions from an ancient New Zealand volcano created a lava plume the size of India.
Lots of people with canceled summer travel plans are diving into the RV life.
70 percent wanted to work at the office for the majority of the time, while 30 percent wanted a more flexible arrangement where they could come and go.
As the weeks pass, more Americans are picking up food at restaurants, according to Gallup polling.
The WHO is now saying that, should a second wave of the virus occur, it would spell disaster for millions of children worldwide.
The past several months of lockdown have given everyone a chance to mull over how to do things differently, and the fashion industry is no exception.
Why radical homemaking makes sense >
Uber bought Jump, a dockless e-bike startup, back in 2018.
During the pandemic, knowing your body temperature is critical because fever can be one of the key symptoms of COVID-19, the illness caused by the coronavirus.
National Park Service rolls out clever social distancing posters
There's never been a more appealing time to be turtle-like, to carry your home on your back and see the sights from the safety of your own cocoon.
Chemicals are a mainstay in just about every manufacturing process, and safer alternatives are gaining steam.
Gogoro comes to USA with the 26 pound Eeyo e-bike
Earth School can be your kid's at-home science teacher
Interest in birds is soaring these days.
Fatigue, chills, fever, headache, muscle aches: The symptoms of Lyme disease are remarkably similar to the symptoms of COVID-19, which could add to the confusion this summer.
'Back Water' documentary takes you on a canoe trip through a most unlikely wilderness area
Why the search for life on other planets depends on hydrogen
It's easy to overlook the pollinating prowess of moths β€” especially since they lack the clearly defined proboscis that bees use to hoover nectar from flowers.
To add insult to injury, tegus routinely kick gopher turtles out of their burrows and make them their own.
A turning point for neonicotinoid awareness occurred in June 2013, when 50,000 bees died in the parking lot of a Target store in Wilsonville, Oregon.
In the study, the babies looked and smiled longer and tried to approach the adult more often when their actions were being most closely mirrored.
Study finds only 12 percent of US workers want to stay home full-time
Americans still aren't cooking much from scratch
This bartender wants to lower your cocktail's carbon footprint
weeHouse architect and Plant Prefab launch new line of wee accessory dwelling units
Kids are suffering worldwide from ongoing pandemic. This crisis has "turned back the clock on years of progress" made on children's health and wellbeing, says Dutch charity KidsRights.
It's time for a fashion industry reset
In the middle of a bike shortage, Uber shreds thousands of Jump e-bikes
The pandemic is making people reconsider city living, trading traffic for chickens πŸ“
Why understanding your body temperature matters right now
You want to go to a national park AND you want to social distance. The NPS offers these clever posters to help you stay safe.
Bird-watching has boomed during the pandemic
Can homemaking really be a way to change the world? Shannon Hayes certainly thinks so.
Everything you want to know about Lyme disease – including how its symptoms could look eerily similar to COVID-19.
Why young people's shopping habits might end up saving the fashion industry.
If you are a meat-eater, there's a good chance your eating habits have changed somewhat during the coronavirus pandemic.
Fix drinking water supplies to reduce ocean plastic
Temporary hospital is built from wood blocks held together with metal velcro
Wilsonart Student Design Competition winners will change the way you look at laminate
Wilderness isn’t always mountain peaks and faraway places. Check out the trailer for this documentary.
Scientists aren't on the lookout for little green men. What they're searching for is evidence of basic life, like single- or multi-celled organisms on the order of bacteria, viruses, or algae.
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