A scrubby tree from the jungles of the Philippines has the potential to clean soils
“When the well is dry, we know the worth of water”: A chemical leak in an industrial tank forces residents in West Virginia to rethink this simple daily element…
The water crisis keeps the world on our radar: it shows that we are incredibly linked, even across continents
How much water do we use for a nice dinner with steak, potatoes, wine and coffee?
Leftovers from a reception can make someone else’s day: What individuals and organizations can do to share with those in needs.
Are the vegetables and fruits that we eat still natural, or do they contain genes of a different organism? Many people are concerned about genetically modified foods — let’s have a look at the goal behind these experiments.
By John Freeman
If you tell me what you throw away, I can tell you who you are. Our waste habits reveal our personal lifestyle, and — more importantly, how one person’s choices affect others …
By Nicholas Johnson