Study Shows The Full Extent of Methane Emission From Both Oil and Natural Gas
According to a Harvard report, the Environmental Protection Agency understates methane emissions from oil and gas mining. Researchers discovered a 90% rise in oil production emissions and a 50% increase in natural gas production emissions.
Exotic Chinese Farms May Just be Why Humans Contracted Covid from Animals
It's possible that the Coronavirus spread between species on farms that supply live civets, snakes, and bamboo rats.
Pets are the New Babies: Pet Industry Thrives During COVID-19 Pandemic
Despite the virus-induced economic struggles of the previous year, pet owners expended an enormous amount of money on their animal companions.
This is How Oceanic Chemistry Changes on Sea Levels Affects Global Carbon Cycle
Scientists have reconstructed fluctuations in ocean chemistry related to changing climate conditions over the past 35 million years. Results provide new insights into the inner workings.
Nature Wonders: One More Great Thing Green Spaces Can Do
Green spaces are beneficial to our mental health as well as to the environment.
Heroic Pet: Dog Stops Traffic to Save Owner Having Fatal Seizure
Heroic dog blocks traffic to get attention for her owner, who had a seizure and fell on the side of the road during their stroll.
California's Diesel Emission Policy Worked as Proven by the Decrease in Air Pollution
California's diesel emissions rules reduce air pollution, protect vulnerable communities.
How to Live Sustainably Today? Just 5 Ways!
Sustainable living is a practical concept aimed at reducing personal and social environmental effects by implementing progressive reforms that mitigate climate change and other harmful environmental issues.
Reports Showed that Once Going Extinct Bald Eagle Population Quadrupled Since 2009
The American bald eagle population has quadrupled since 2009 says recent reports and surveys.
Environmental Justice Goes Mainstream with Governmental Support
The Swinomish Tribe constructed two air monitoring stations in response to complaints about toxic emissions from refineries wafting through their culture. Fortunately, issues like these will be further progressed as environmental justice got governmental leverage.
Deadly Heat Waves Incoming: South Asia to Face Dangerous Heat Spikes
Deadly heatwaves will be common in South Asia, even at 1.5 degrees of warming
Pet-Friendly Offices To Become a Norm Post-Pandemic, Survey Shows
A recent survey showed that six out of ten companies aim to be more accommodating in the post-pandemic period to ensure that Americans' pets aren't left alone all day.
Top 5 Most Destructive Invasive Species Today
Invasive animals have a long tradition of negative effects. When an animal, fish, insect, or plant is accidentally or purposefully removed from its natural habitat and placed in a new one, it is less likely to have natural predators.
Plant Based Meat Alternatives Can Dent Conventional Meat Market by 2025
According to a survey, Europe and North America will hit "peak meat" by 2025