In a survey conducted last month by the Kyodo News survey, none of the 47 prefectures showed much interest in hosting a nuclear waste dump site, with 14 saying “absolutely no.”
Eighteen village councils in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, India are demanding that the local Coca-Cola plant be prohibited from extracting groundwater, claiming that overuse has led to a scarcity of water in the area.
Sustainable and sustainability are words we hear and read about almost every day. And with so many products and activities being labeled as “green” or “sustainable,” the term has become nothing more than a lot of hot air.
In a surprise move on Tuesday, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) went to court to ask that the registration of Dow AgroSciences’ herbicide, Enlist Duo be vacated, citing potentially significant environmental risks.
Fisherman in northern Norway first noticed the strange-looking purple slime in late August of this year. At first, there were large clots of the slimy stuff, but now, it has collected in a 200 meter (219 yards) wide belt around Lyngen Fjord.
One of the world’s most influential think-tanks has co-authored a report with the University of Glasgow that takes on livestock production and its impact on global warming, as well as our over-consumption of meat.
For many people, cheating death is either an abomination or perhaps, an inevitable consequence of our ever-expanding use of technology. One start-up company has announced their plans to cheat death and reinvent the afterlife.
With the world focused on the Syrian refugee crisis and terrorist attacks, a small African country, formed just four years ago, is engulfed in civil war. But it is the tens of thousands of people fleeing the war that are now in desperate straits.
Through the concerted efforts of the Koch brothers and ExxonMobil, the American public has been spoon-fed so much misinformation about climate change, they have polluted the main stream media and created two warring camps in the climate change debate.
Pesticides illegal to use on marijuana plants in Colorado are being found in some recreational and medical pot products sold to the public. Because testing of marijuana for pesticides is not mandatory in the state, CNN did its own testing.