Environmental cleanups return on investment — and they return big time

Cleaning up makes economic sense.

Luxembourg to become the first country to make public transportation free

It’s Luxembourg’s moment in the spotlight.

NOAA’s annual report says 2018 was the “second-warmest year on record” in the Arctic

Could I have some ice with this? Oh… oh wait.

Microplastics found in the guts of all sea turtles across the oceans

More than 100 turtles were tested — all had synthetic fibers in their guts.

Pesticide build-ups are contaminating Europe’s fields

You reap what you sow.

Atmospheric greenhouse gas levels hit new record. Just like in 2017… and 2016

We’re really good at setting bad standards.

Ice in glaciers on Mount Everest is warmer than expected — or “hoped” for

“Warm” ice is a problem.

One Icelandic glacier-volcano duo is emitting 20 times more methane than all other volcanoes in Europe

When glaciers fall to the dark side, methane happens.

Spain is poised to go fully-renewable by 2050

Está bien!

We’re watching a ‘horror story’ in which the casualty is Earth’s wilderness

Only 23% of the world can now be considered wilderness.

Rising seas might mean more coral reef islands — if we don’t murder all the corals

We might get more ‘exotic’ if we dial down on the ‘extinction’.

Widespread coral species shows unique adaptations against environmental changes

Pocillopora damicornis — one of the most abundant and widespread reef-building corals in the world — may help us better understand how anthozoans deal with stress.

Earth’s last wilderness areas may soon be lost, study warns

Things don’t look good, but we can still protect what we have if we take immediate action.

LEGO launches functioning wind turbine model to promote sustainability

Who doesn’t love Legos?

Mosquitoes are eating microplastics, which they pass on to the food chain

Ultimately, what the mosquito eats, we eat as well.

When it comes to protecting wildlife, we need better policy, not more science

Well, here’s a surprise.

Clean energy could make the Sahara green

Both figuratively and literally.

Autonomous killer drone aims to save the Great Barrier Reef

Can we please call these things Star Destroyers? Please?

French environment minister quits during live interview — says we’re not doing enough

It’s an extremely courageous decision — and we can only hope his call doesn’t go unheard.

Europe is now home to over one million electric vehicles

China passed the mark in 2017. The US is estimated to do so later this year.