Copper Destroys Viruses and Bacteria. Why Isn’t It Everywhere?
It could destroy norovirus, MRSA, virulent strains of E. coli, and coronaviruses—including the novel strain currently causing the COVID-19 pandemic.
Detroit schools are shutting off drinking water 5 days before kids come back from summer
The district has now shut off water in a total of 34 schools — including 16 announced on Wednesday — due to water quality issues.
Police in Peru Shoot Dead at Least Two Activists as Anti-Mining Protests Turn Violent
Locals have been protesting the construction of the $7.4 billion Las Bambas mine project in a remote region of the Andes.
Canada's Mines Could Harm Alaska's Salmon — and Its Economy
Alaskans fear that a newly opened gold and copper mine in British Columbia could poison their rivers, so they're asking for an international review of the project.