At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, a shift developed between human and animal activity — with no humans around, animals returned to old ecosystems. Read on to learn more about this phenomenon and discover how it relates to water quality.
Hundreds of academic global leaders in the fields of sustainability, art and design will converge on Detroit for critical conversations relating to the role of artists and designers in climate adaptation.
As Congress passes green energy legislation, the Seattle Kraken’s Climate Pledge Arena showcases many of the technologies that can be used to reduce carbon emissions and recycle as much as possible in a large sports arena.
Drought and the war in Ukraine are major disruptions to the world’s wheat supply. And livestock is feeling the heat as they struggle to gain weight. Water conservation is one answer to the drought situation, but many areas of the United States don’t have the incentive to curtail water use.