Part of Being Green is Loving those Bugs

Bugs aren’t pretty or popular, but like it or not they are incredibly important for our environment.

Tragic Footage of 150,000 Tires on Fire in Australia

150,000 tires went up in flames at a yard in Melbourne creating a cloud of smoke that could be seen for miles. Report by Sarah Duffy.

Drastic Measures Needed to Save Us From Ourselves

Latest OECD report indicates how much work is still required to save us (and the environment) from ourselves.

One in Every Four London School Students Exposed to Illegal Air Pollution Levels

Our major global cities are having some serious negative impacts on our children’s health.

Clean Energy and India’s Forward Momentum

India’s influence on global energy trends in the next 25 years will be significant.

Why Delhi is the Perfect Air Pollution Case Study

As we start taking steps forward in environmental research, Delhi is a great country to place our focus.

The London Fog that Literally Kills

When pollution kills, what can you do?

A Tsunami of Change: What the Global Fossil Fuel Divestment Really Represents

What climate change means for big business.

Spotlight on Health and Climate Long Overdue

We can expect to see huge increases in Lyme disease, malaria, West Nile virus, and other potentially fatal diseases worldwide due to climate change, says Dr. Anthony Horton.

Wait and Pay: Action on Climate Change is Cheap, Delay is Costly

Economic studies on the costs of climate action share a common message: action on climate change is cheap, and delaying it will be costly.

What if the Earth Treated Us the Way We Treat The Earth?

Mother Earth gets revenge. And it’s not pretty.

One Last Hurrah Before We All Go Green

This Earth Day, Jeremy McKeen just wants one last consumption-heavy hurrah before we all go Green. Is that so much to ask?

Let’s Call it: 30 Years of Above Average Temperatures Means the Climate Has Changed

If you’re always above average, it’s probably time to redefine what’s normal. The new normal for Earth’s climate is systematically rising temperatures.

Save the Corals – What’s Beneath the Ocean?

If we continue to live as carelessly as we have, what we will have is a planet filled to the brim with trash.

How to Fight Pollution with Your Smartphone

Pollution effects us all. But we may be able to fix it, with something we use every day.

US-China Deal Shows All That Effort to Tackle Climate Change Might Actually be Worth It

Months of secret negotiations have paid off, as the world’s biggest polluters sign a landmark deal.