China's pollution is ironically hurting its renewable energy technology.
A laudable initiative from Sweden.
"We are incredibly excited about this first discovery on the road to realizing the goals of the Harnessing Plants Initiative," the authors say.
Some encouraging news in a sea of trouble.
War isn't clean, it would seem.
We each consume about five grams of microplastics each week.
To make things even better, the straws are also edible.
Please, tell me again how this has nothing to do with emissions.
It's good news, with a bad twist.
Every year, the world used to add more coal-fired power plants. Not anymore!
One of the world's most fascinating tiny creature may be threatened by chemicals from marine plastic debris.
This is the country's first coal-free week since the advent of the Industrial Revolution.
Truly, no place on Earth has escaped pollution.
Researchers are calling for change on all levels of society.
Even pristine mountainous landscapes are now polluted with microplastics.
Oh boy, it's not pretty.