Like most of life’s problems, capitalism is to blame.
Sri Lanka is telling its citizens to stay home and grow their own food, as a government minister announced that fuel reserves have hit “rock bottom.”
The supply of renewable energy, mostly solar, briefly met the state's total demand for energy on Saturday in a landmark moment for sustainability.
“Our goal is to make money, and not creating problems for society,” the statement continues.
No, we aren’t bullshitting you.
The harvesting of peat has created jobs and heated homes across Ireland for centuries, but local environmentalists say it’s time to start treating the land differently.
The state government has made a deal with cement companies to recycle more than 17 tons of plastic.
Researchers are using algae to clean polluted water in the hopes it will become a renewable source of fuel.
Like millions of his fellow citizens, Saber is feeling the brunt of being caught in a proxy war between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
The shipping industry may finally be turning to wind power