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  • Article - 5 Jul 2019
    Global warming and plastic pollution are two of the most serious global challenges. How is France reducing its environmental impact by tackling its plastic pollution and greenhouse gas emissions?
  • Article - 16 Jan 2019
    With the war on plastic gaining momentum every year across industries, plastics made from alternative materials to the traditional petrochemicals currently used to create most plastic are now a very...
  • Article - 31 Mar 2017
    The future of clean technology is promising, and while we cannot correct the damage that has already been done, there is still hope in our ability to adapt for the better.
  • Article - 19 May 2016
    Moveable and able to be installed on almost any flat surface, photovoltaics are used in a number of ways in addition to solar farms and on rooftops.
  • Article - 19 Jun 2015
    With a population of more than 180 million and covering almost half of South America in land mass, Brazil is the world’s fifth largest country in terms of both area and population.
  • Article - 14 Mar 2013
    Increasing levels of pollution and contamination in the environment is a cause for concern globally. For me, or any other individual, we are confined to the environment we find ourselves in.
  • Article - 30 Jan 2013
    The football world cup is probably one of the most sought-after events in sports and builders are working towards the construction of eco-friendly football stadiums that would not only enhance the...
  • Article - 14 Dec 2012
    Gifts are an integral part of any celebration and they are often wrapped in colorful wrapping papers, which are then discarded and thus become a major part of waste during the holiday season.
  • Article - 15 Nov 2012
    Christmas is a part of the holiday season that we all look forward to in one way or another, whether it be spending time with loved ones, presents...eating. This season comes with a cost though, as...
  • Article - 31 Aug 2012
    Floating in a remote part of the Pacific Ocean, a giant testament to the throwaway culture pervading the world is growing at an alarming rate.