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Extraordinary move signals to US companies that they will not face any sanctions for polluting the air or water
The Guardian · 29 Mar
Decreased water flows caused by neighbours, especially India, are damaging the livelihoods of river communities
The Guardian · 20 Jan
Originally intended to hold 3,000 people, 19,000 now live at the Moria refugee camp – with no electricity, scant water and, for many, no shelter at...
The Guardian · 18 Jan
Scientists are replacing crops and livestock with food made in factories from microbes and water. It may save humanity’s bacon, says Guardian colum...
The Guardian · 9 Jan
"Corruption and capitalism has killed our rivers." Bruce Shillingsworth calls for Australia to wake up, and stop profiting on water.
Facebook · 7 Jan
Thieves stole roughly 80,000 gallons of water in a region of Australia that’s suffering from one of the worst droughts in the history of the countr...
Earther · 20 Dec 2019
As the big dry bites and temperature records tumble, Aboriginal people in Alice Springs say global heating threatens their culture and very survival
The Guardian · 18 Dec 2019
From finding the building blocks for life on Mars to breakthroughs in gene editing and the rise of artificial intelligence, here are six major scie...
phys.org · 17 Dec 2019
Rising demand and climate crisis threaten entire mountain ecosystem, say scientists
The Guardian · 10 Dec 2019
Global hunger and malnutrition are on the rise, as are temperatures and water shortages. Humanity must adapt crops to the changing climate by breed...
The Independent · 1 Dec 2019
Judges give state governments six weeks to explain why they should not be held accountable for pollution failures
The Guardian · 26 Nov 2019
With the UK expected to suffer from water shortages by 2050, toilet manufacturers are turning to low-water alternatives. But do people really want ...
WIRED UK · 24 Nov 2019
Come take a look inside the GroCycle farm in this short mushroom farm tour. We show you around our: 1) Mixing & Inoculation Room 2) Mushroom Inc...
YouTube · 6 Nov 2019
Coastal environments have been shown to improve our health, body and mind. So should doctors start issuing nature-based prescriptions?
The Guardian · 3 Nov 2019
Australia's Darling River is running dry, its most severe drought in a century. From inedible fish to tap water causing skin irritations, it's havi...
World Economic Forum · 31 Oct 2019
The brick shack on the outskirts of Venezuela’s capital is crowded with tubs, jugs and buckets. The water they hold must last the family of eight f...
The Independent · 21 Oct 2019
There are more plastic water bottles being sold in the UK than ever – and robust growth is expected for brands using alternative materials despite ...
The Independent · 20 Oct 2019
We like to believe that we are autonomous, but advertising has hijacked our human needs so totally that we are destroying our planet.
Emerge · 16 Oct 2019
Some towns have already run completely dry.
World Economic Forum · 2 Oct 2019
WaterNSW warns without significant rain, Macquarie River will run dry, wiping out supply to Dubbo, Cobar, Nyngan and Narromine
The Guardian · 16 Sep 2019
A picturesque small river in the Chilterns has dried up, leaving hundreds of fish and shrimp dead, with experts and local action groups blaming cli...
The Independent · 16 Sep 2019
Discovery raises new questions about the amount of plastic waste permeating the air, water, and soil virtually everywhere on Earth
The Guardian · 18 Aug 2019
The Finnish company, Solar Foods, has designed a high-protein powder made from CO2, water and electricity.
World Economic Forum · 10 Aug 2019
It is not just Chennai, India's fifth largest city. Satellite data shows shrinking reservoirs that may spark major water crisis globally.
Geospatial World · 2 Jul 2019
The London Economic | Microplastics found in water, food and air the equivalent of eating a “credit card a week” |
The London Economic · 15 Jun 2019
Sick and elderly left to fend for themselves with no end in sight to water crisis
The Guardian · 15 Jun 2019
Health effects of ingestion of microplastics via food, water and breathing still unknown
The Guardian · 6 Jun 2019
"A high-end 2050 scenario finds a world in social breakdown and outright chaos. But a short window of opportunity exists for an emergency, global m...
EcoWatch · 5 Jun 2019
By Glynis Sweeny“The clothing industry is the second largest polluter in the world ... second only to oil," the recipient of an environmental award...
EcoWatch · 3 Jun 2019
It can even generate its own water.
Fast Company · 22 May 2019
As climate change accelerates and the oceans fill up with plastic, Costa Rica sets the bar for environmental action with a pledge to be carbon-neut...
Culture Trip · 13 May 2019
A spontaneous ramble from the banks of the River Dart in Devon. Recorded mid April, this is a short reflection after spending 48hrs in the Devon la...
Spotify · 11 May 2019