Water for a warming world

Freshwater: lifeblood of the planet Freshwater is the liquid of life. Without it the planet would be a barren wasteland. The supply of water is finite, but demand is rising rapidly as population grows and as water use per capita… read more

Arctic ice melt could see rise of “Grolar be..

Arctic ice melt could see rise of “Grolar bear” Scientists have suggested that due to the adverse effects of Arctic ice melting, the hybrid of a polar bear and grizzly bear – dubbed the ‘grolar bear’, might rise in numbers.… read more

Ancient Oak Trees Help Reduce Global Warming

COLUMBIA, Mo. —The battle to reduce carbon emissions is at the heart of many eco-friendly efforts, and researchers from the University of Missouri have discovered that nature has been lending a hand. Researchers at the Missouri Tree Ring Laboratory in… read more

The Greenest Way to Get Away

Enviro-Tips Let’s say you live in New York and you’re looking into vacationing in San Francisco…which is 2,582 miles away. Sounds like fun! But you’re environmentally conscious — which we know you are — and let’s say you’d like to… read more

Beef industry the biggest climate changer!

Did you know? Cattle? There are currently 1.28 billion cattle populating the earth. Grazing? They graze on nearly 24 percent of the landmass of the planet and consume enough grain to feed hundreds of millions of people. Meat? Their combined… read more