For more than a century, scientists believed that only humans could cross the hostile oceans to reach Antarctica. Some strands of alien seaweed tell another story.
A discussion on collaborative efforts to save the forests.
Rights emerge as greatest hope for healthy planet.
— In this video Paul Andersen discusses the technology, advantages and disadvantages of six sources of renewable energy; biomass, hydroelectric, solar, geothermal wind, and hydrogen. He also explains how changes in the storage and flow of energy in our power grid must be improved. He also lists the energy returned over energy invested ration for…
Tiny plastic particles have been found in every sample collected of Arctic sea ice. But the ice can only hold these indestructible pollutants for so long.
What’s the latest in the battle over whether or not to permanently protecting the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge?
My concern is that the main obstacle to using bicycles is not their availability, but something more clear and evident: fear.
Gross up the mass of all life on Earth, with its disproportionate human load , and the answer is staggeringly heavy. But the uncertainties are huge
Rice was domesticated thousands of years ago and since then has become one of the most important crops in the world.
Elephants may throw their weight around, but they pay their dues to the environment: they help the great forests store ever more carbon.
— In this video Paul Andersen explains how chemicals can cause both chronic and acute diseases. A discussion of the five main types of toxins; neurotoxins, carcinogens, teratogens, endocrine disruptors, and allergens is including. The LD50 method of determining toxicity as well as a discussion of bioaccumulation and biomagnification is is included. — — Transcript…
Airborne potable water straight from the atmosphere could provide a lifeline for arid regions, with the use of commonly available chemicals.
A more variable climate spells another injustice in a warming world, with the poorest people likely yet again to feel the heat most intensely.
The fast-growing, coastal city grapples with excessive plastic waste
Especially for the kids riding inside. Is anyone making greener school buses yet?
Are we making anywhere near enough progress to save the planet from drowning in plastic?