Canary Wharf's Overnight Energy Waste Could Power 4,500 Homes a Year
VICE News analysis shows that, by leaving their lights on overnight, buildings in the financial district are also pumping 3,260 tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere every year.
Koalas Face Extinction by 2050 in Parts of Australia, Inquiry Finds
A government investigation found that habitat loss was the biggest threat to the species' survival—and yet deforestation continues throughout the state of New South Wales.
Scientists Remind Us That Single-Use Plastics Can Be Unsafe Amid a Pandemic
All the plastic from food deliveries and online shopping is piling up. But as a group of experts point out, disposable plastics aren’t inherently safer when it comes to possible virus transmission.
A Massive Oil Spill in the Arctic Has Turned a River Red
Russia declared a state of emergency after a power plant spilled 20,000 metric tons of oil and diesel fuel into a river in the Arctic Circle. The possible cause: melting permafrost due to climate change.