If the military were a country, its fuel usage alone would make it the 47th largest emitter of greenhouse gases in the world, lying between Peru and Portugal.
Entrepreneur Sukhmeet Singh is buying the straw Indian farmers used to burn and is turning it into fuel and other products— dramatically reducing pollution in the process.
Greenpeace says all chains profiled in report still need to do more to help address "pollution crisis they're causing."
Many "anti-vax" parents see themselves as experts on their own children.
"I think they'll give me a detention but it'll be worth it."
"Polystyrene is harmful to humans, it puts a strain on our fish stocks and it can't be recycled," said Representative Stanley Paige Zeigler, who sponsored the bill.
A former Republican aide who rejects the scientific community's consensus on climate change said carbon dioxide is not pollution, dredging up a decades-old defense of CO2 emissions in order to write off Beto O'Rourke's newly announced climate plan.
A new report shows strong regional differences in the amount of concern Americans have for global warming.
Studies have shown that racial minorities are more likely to be exposed to environmental hazards.
Oceans cover 71 percent of the Earth's surface and make up more than 99 percent of the planet's livable habitat.
These microplastics cause huge problems for marine life and can be colonized by microbes dangerous to humans.
Eerie images shared online show the shocking impact of coal mining.
Recent heavy rain in Australia has washed sediment and harmful chemicals into rivers that flow into the sea where the reef is located.
Richard Branson and Fabien Cousteau dove to the bottom of the Blue Hole in December.
The innovative Recycled Park Project aims to catch plastic waste before it enters the sea and convert it into floating island parks that are run by local communities.
Experts fear dangerous, invisible particles damage the brains of humans and animals.
If someone could collect and recycle all the unrecycled plastic on earth, they would be the richest person on the planet.
"We are not going to become the first victims of the climate crisis," Mohamed Nasheed told the international conference. "Climate change is a national security issue for us."
"It undoes all our hard work and proves once again that we are using plastic with our eyes closed," author Martin Dorey said.
An estimated 4.2 million people worldwide die prematurely because of air pollution each year.