Autumn Peltier has been working to protect clean water since she was only eight, inspired by her activist aunt and her connection to mother earth.
As companies, researchers, scientists and entrepreneurs work to make industries and systems carbon-neutral, one tiny nation in the Eastern Himalayas has them all beat: Bhutan is world's first – and only – carbon-negative country.
Shipping containers have much more use than just hauling large cargo from place to place. These can be turned into beautiful living arrangements as demonstrated by a ski resort in Georgia.
An organization has invented the "seabin" to collect plastics of all sizes in the ocean, from bottles to debris, and it can even collect oil. Now, the first one has been installed in Portsmouth Harbor in the U.K.
Wind generation suffers from intermittent issues, but this could be improved upon by hoisting them higher in the air. Studies from a KAUST research team shows that they're able to retrieve an abundant amount of energy in select parts of the Middle East.
In an effort to find a way to feed farmed fish more efficiently, one startup has turned to an unlikely source: carbon dioxide.
Dust off your dream of a private work studio, and check out Ecospace Studios design for modular living. They're the sustainable tiny spaces you can order and customize right on the internet. Even better? They deliver.
After working with leather for many years, Carmen Hijosa wanted to find a more eco-friendly material. She invented Piñatex, a sustainable faux leather made from pineapple leaves. From shoes to car seats, the potential uses for this product is seemingly endless.
Next year, Stockholm will beef up its bike sharing program to 5000, up from 1200 this year, due to increased demand for more docking locations and longer borrowing periods. And it will only cost $33 a year.
Recreational Equipment, Inc. has been reselling their products at cheaper prices during garage sale events in their store. To reach more people, the company has teamed up with Yerdle, who specializes in reselling with brands in the secondary market.
Puerto Rico is continuing to rebuild their electrical grid, and they've received plenty of aid from the solar industry. This could spawn micro grids, which are regionalized solar panels and battery backup systems, in the future.
After teasing the Concept-i earlier this year, Toyota has announced further details on the new vehicle line. The autonomous vehicles will feature a unique artificial intelligence that will learn from the driver's interactions to improve their experience.
National Geographic recently found an extensive amount of never before released footage of Goodall during her early years and shares it now with the new documentary, Jane, with a limited release beginning on October 20.
Pet stores will no longer be able to supply themselves with animals raised in dangerous, abusive, and unhealthy puppy mills and kitten factories.
As lab-grown meat is slow to gain widespread acceptance, one Japanese entrepreneur is turning to a unique method to normalize the product: giving meat-growing machines to high school students.
Challenge Dairy Products is using the first-ever solar-powered zero-emissions commercial-use Transport Refrigeration Units (TRUs), which store and refrigerate products on delivery routes.
A new BBC documentary, "Blue Planet II," wrapped up filming and is slated to premiere in 2018 in the US. At the series launch event, naturalist behind the show, David Attenborough, spoke on how damaging plastic pollution is to our environment.
Could bananas become extinct again? That's what James Dale, an Australia professor and scientist, is hoping to avoid as he research hows to prevent the fruit from falling under another wave of Panama disease called "Tropical Race 4."