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
The Caribbean island nation of the Dominican Republic is looking to kick its oil habit. How? The country has excellent conditions to use wind and solar energy.
By Lucia Martinez
Amazing. Miraculous. Horrible… A documentary captures the glaciers’ retreat and shows how this unique landscape is in danger…
By Susanne Janssen