Why Venice's Grand Canal turned bright green
The waters of Venice's famous canals turned a fluorescent green on Sunday and local authorities have finally figured out why.
Reason dog has turned green leaves internet in stitches: "Golden grinch"
"Is this the key lime green dog Taylor was talking about?" one user asked, evoking a Taylor Swift song.
Bring Sustainability Into Your Business Plan With These Seven Tips
Sustainability doesn't have to be annoying or expensive, either. Here's how small businesses can easily bring sustainability into their existing model.
Nuclear Fusion Is Doing the Impossible—Uniting Politicians
Fusion has the potential to provide a clean, near limitless source of energy, and optimism for the technology is soaring.
The Green Paradox—the Pitfalls of Green Energy and How to Overcome Them
Finding ways to addressing the green paradox is essential if we wish to be as sustainable and environment friendly as we purport ourselves to be.
Fireball Erupts After Truck Hits Another Vehicle On Ohio Highway
The truck driver has life-threatening injuries. The other driver is seriously wounded, but their injuries are not considered life-threatening.
Want to Shop Greener? Seven Ways to Snag a Deal and Save the Planet
Customers seeking sustainable merch are a big deal these days. But which products actually deliver on their environmental promises?
Porsche Triples Its Investments in Electofuels, Partnering With HIF Global
Company plans to use "almost" carbon neutral fuels for motorsports, transportation and more.
Can Congress Stop Louis DeJoy from Buying a Gas Post Office Delivery Fleet?
A forthcoming bill called the Green Postal Service Fleet Act would require the Postal Service to have 'at least 75% electric or zero emission vehicles.'
Jeep's First All-Electric SUV Looks Like a Compass
Jeep introduced its first all-electric SUV as it laid out its plans for selling only EVs in Europe by 2030 and 50 percent EVs in the U.S.
Environmentally-Friendly Solutions Must Be Part of Biden's Agenda
As President Joe Biden has indicated, if we want to remain a world leader, we need to cast aside bureaucratic 1960's thinking.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee Pledges Zero-Emission Public Fleets
Forty percent of Washington's state-owned light-duty vehicles will be electric-powered by 2025.
Boycott Your Parent? Anything for a Climate Fix
No teen, college kid, or young professional need take advice from a Gen-Xer on how to effectively reach a parent (or other politically-powerful kin) on issues affecting them more than any other age group.
Electrifying Transportation—a 'Moonshot' Well Within Our Reach
It's time to make electrification a national priority.
Nikola Founder Trevor Milton Charged With Securities Fraud
Despite knowing the prototype of the Nikola One was inoperable, Milton said the semi-truck was "fully-functioning."
Climate Goals and Renewable Deployment Need Competitive Electricity Markets
We will need to grow renewables to win on climate change, and we need competitive electricity models to get there.
The G7's 'Carbon Austerity' Will Fail. We Need a Positive Green Future
The public does not want "carbon austerity" or "climate totalitarianism," but they can get excited about growth, diversification and new horizons.
This Father's Day, Follow the Money
If we want to leave a safe, healthy earth for future generations, we must reorient trillions of dollars away from climate-destroying loans.
If Consumers Don't 'Go Green,' Their 'Eco-awakening' Could Doom Climate
The sustainable consumer revolution is coming. Are you ready?
Don't Let Climate Fears Block Potential Solutions
Whether it's wireless charging, solar energy or hydrogen fuel, the energy transformations ahead will take time and will go through multiple stages of development.
K-Beauty Brand Slammed for Plastic Found in 'Eco-Friendly Paper Bottles'
Consumers are upset with the company after discovering their packaging—which reads "Hello, I'm Paper Bottle"—actually contains a hidden plastic container.
Companies Must Prioritize Forest Protection over Tree Planting
In the world of nature-based solutions, preventing deforestation will have the biggest near-term impact on slowing the rate of global warming.
From COVID to Climate Change, Urban Initiatives are Needed
Tokyo's governor and former environment minister Yuriko Koike makes an appeal.
Detroit Puts Pedal to the Metal Toward Clean Energy Future
Electric cars are coming at us fast.
The U.S. Should Shift From the Nuclear Issue to Re-engage Iran
A strategy of green diplomacy can lead both countries to reach consensus and diminish further conflict by triggering a much-needed migration away from polluting energy sources.
If Trump Wins, Social Security Will Have a Target on Its Back
Trump's card tricks; Kamala Harris' big business record; and a brief look at the Go-Go's new documentary.
Growth Can Be Green. Here's How
We figured out how to tread more lightly on our planet, even as we become more numerous and prosperous, but very few people are aware that the apparently ironclad trade-off between human prosperity and the state of nature has been eased.
Trump's Pardon of Ex-Soldier Raises Questions About Other War Crime Cases
"It's a complete disregard for the judgment of those leaders who were put there to hear all the evidence and decided whether somebody was a murderer or not," said a lawyer who specializes in U.S. military cases.
Meteor Seen Over Carolinas, Georgia Thursday Morning
The meteor was what NASA calls an "Earth grazer," and it was not common.
GOP Senator Proposes Green 'New Manhattan Project'
Tennessee's Senator Lamar Alexander dismissed the Democrat-proposed Green New Deal legislation and instead offered his own "New Manhattan Project," riffing on another landmark FDR-era initiative.