When homeowners notice an unsightly crack in their wall, they'll often turn to spackle. In truth, the problem may be bigger than that.
Advancements in smart technology have made it possible to not only see what’s coming, but to also monitor and prepare ourselves and our homes for weather events in extraordinary ways. Here are some of those ways.
The Green New Deal is a proposal or blueprint for the kinds of changes that need to happen in the near future. Here's what you need to know about it.
Desiging and distributing innovative, sustainable technologies with that empower people all over the world to improve their own lives.
Monsanto has taken a second major loss in court with a jury deciding unanimously that the weed killer Roundup was a “substantial factor” in the cause of cancer developed by the plaintiff, Edwin Hardeman, who has been using Roundup to control weeds on his property since the 1980s.
The goal of the Million Hazelnut Campaign is to reforest the Midwest with perennial agriculture to expand our capacity to respond to climate change, and to continue meeting the food and fuel needs of our society.
Saying goodbye to our pets may just be the hardest decision we make so it has to be right.
From harnessing the human power of people working out at the gym to outdoor speakers made from sustainably sourced materials, there were plenty of products and prototypes launched or showcased at the CES, or Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas, demonstrating how technology can be more sustainably designed, energy efficient or energy productive.
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