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- Tesla is recalling over 54,000 of its Model X SUVs over faulty brake fluid. See if this Tesla recall or others apply to you and your vehicle.
Student Dies of Heart Attack After Drinking Panera Charged LemonadeA lawsuit claims Panera should have warned consumers of its Charged Lemonade's caffeine content after a student died.
How Emma Grede and Kris Jenner’s Brand Safely Is Cleaning up the the Home Care Industry (Exclusive)Emma Grede tells Green Matters about the creation and inspiration behind the brand Safely.
Some People Are Using "Dimple Makers" — but Are These Safe? Plastic Surgeons Weigh InPeople on the internet are giving themselves dimples with little contraptions called dimple makers. However, doctors warn that this could come with risks.
15 Silly Greta Thunberg Memes That Every Climate Advocate Can Relate ToGreta Thunberg is a serious environmental activist, but she’s also the inspiration behind some great, unforgettable memes. Check them out here.
Social Media Star and Former "Micro Pig" Esther the Wonder Pig Has DiedSocial media icon Esther the Wonder Pig has died at age 11. The pig rose to fame on social media after her guardians thought she was a "micro pig."
Takahē Chicks Thrive at New Zealand Ecosanctuary After Declared Extinct for DecadesAfter being declared extinct in 1898, the rare takahē bird species is making a comeback thanks to decades of conservation efforts.
Can a Cultural Tradition Excuse Animal Cruelty? Exploring the Ethics of BullfightingDespite how cruel bullfighting is, it’s still allowed in certain cities and countries worldwide. Sometimes even animal welfare laws can’t end it.
Poison Dart Frogs Are Becoming Popular Pets, but Just Touching Their Skin Could Kill YouPoison dart frogs may be colorful, tiny, and adorable — but if one brushes against you, you may come in contact with enough poison to kill you.
Mountain Chicken Frog Is Going Extinct, With Just 21 Remaining in the WildResearchers concluded that only 21 mountain chicken frogs remain in the wild, and climate change has been a major factor in the species' decline.
Don't Feed the Animals! You May Be Doing More Harm Than Good — Here's WhyIf you want to protect wildlife and promote their natural behaviors, it's important not to feed them (even if you want to).
Do Horses Need Shoes? Why You Might (or Might Not) Shoe Your Horse, ExplainedWhy don't other animals wear shoes like horses do? In truth, not all horses need shoes, but many domestic horses do — here's why.
Wild Deer With "Pet" Painted on Body and Collar Spotted in MissouriPeople love their pets, but a photo of a deer spray-painted with the word "PET" has raised questions about whether deer can be pets.
Bees' Sticky Hair Is More Than a Joke — It Helps Them Do Their JobsThere's an old joke about why bees have sticky hair, but their stickiness actually impacts their survival.
Beer Lovers Have a New Reason to Fear Climate ChangeThe quality and taste of beer is changing due to global warming's impact on the growing season for hops, the key ingredient to beer's taste.
Recycling Your Socks: Getting Rid of Old Pairs, SustainablyIf you're looking to dispose of old pairs of socks that are ridden with holes, there are many sock recycling programs out there.
Don't Throw Away Your Old Bras — Donate Them to These OrganizationsAlthough giving away used bras feels awkward, don't trash them — instead, these organizations will properly reuse and recycle them.
How to Get Rid of Your Old Underwear, SustainablyUnfortunately, textile waste makes up a large portion of landfill trash. So, what should you do with old underwear? Here's how to donate old pairs.
All About the Elling Woman: A Mummified Bog Body Miraculously Discovered With Braided HairBog bodies have been found across northern Europe, revealing startling truths about the past. One bog body, the Elling Woman, even had braided hair.
Looking to Create the Next Big Innovatation? Biomimicry Could Be the Ultimate InspirationBiomimicry has helped shape the world around you and you might not even realize it. Here are the best examples of nature's influence on humans.
Are Amphibians Endangered? Frogs, Salamanders, and More Reveal Disturbing Extinction PatternFrogs, salamanders, newts, and other amphibians were the tiny subjects of a study that found 41 percent threatened with extinction.
Try These 7 Ethical Halloween Candy Brands for a More Socially Conscious Spooky SeasonSure they may be sweet, but many popular candy brands are not made ethically. Here are candy brands out there you can feel good about supporting.
Researchers Have Developed a Super Strong Eco-Friendly Glue Inspired by MusselsResearchers are developing an eco-friendly glue inspired by a certain bivalve mollusk: the mussel. Details on the sticky soya oil-based innovation.
Red Pandas Are Cute, Cuddly-Looking, and... Dangerous? What to Know About These MammalsRed pandas may have a positive reputation online, but that doesn't change the fact that they are wild animals. Are they dangerous?
The 2023 "Ring of Fire" Eclipse Will Be Visible From 8 U.S. StatesOn Oct. 14, 2023, the solar eclipse becomes a rare "ring of fire," prompting tourists to travel and track the movement of the event.
Are Wolves Really Howling at the Moon? A Look at What's Really Going OnWolves are stereotyped for howling at the moon, but sadly, this concept is more of a myth than a fact. Wolves howl for social reasons instead.
Bloodshed in the Water: Exploring the Spine-Chilling Shark Attacks of 2023Though the chances of getting fatally attacked by a shark are one in 3,748,067, the year 2023 has seen a handful of horrific incidents involving the apex predators.
Shelter Rescues 400-Pound Pig After Adorable "Crime Spree" in ColoradoA 400-pound pig was rescued after going on a multi-day crime spree in Aurora, Colorado. Here's the story about this adorable offender.
How to Honor Indigenous Peoples' Day: Where to Donate, How to Educate YourselfHere are a few ways to honor Indigenous Peoples' Day, an annual holiday that falls every October.
Indigenous Peoples' Day Honors Native Americans — and Calls Out Colonizers Like ColumbusFormerly known as Columbus Day, Indigenous Peoples' Day is a federally-recognized holiday that honors Native Americans and shines a light on the unjust colonization of the U.S.
Biden to Resume Border Wall Construction, Defying Many Environmental Laws: "I Can't Stop That"President Biden says he cannot stop construction on a border wall between the U.S. and Mexico, as funds have already been allocated.
Updated Red Wolf Recovery Plan Calls for $328 Million Over the Next 50 YearsThe U.S. has updated its red wolf recovery plan, calling for an estimated $328 million in spending over the next 50 years. Is it enough?
Legends of Ghost Sightings Abound — a Look Into Haunting History of the TitanicMany visitors to the Titanic's watery wreck and the Titanic museums in various cities have reported ghost sightings.
People Are Shocked to Discover Red Cross Sells Donated Blood to HospitalsThe American Red Cross holds regular drives to collect blood donations, and many are starting to discover that the Red Cross actually often sells the blood it collects to hospitals.
Authorities Can't Figure Out Why This Pipeline Exploded in Arkansas, Causing a Major FireOn Oct. 4, 2023, a pipeline ruptured in Jessieville, Arkansas causing a fire and the evacuation of a 1-mile radius of the explosion.
Secrets of the Pine Barrens of New Jersey: Notorious Burial Ground of the MobThe Pine Barrens of New Jersey are notorious for being the burial site of a number of bodies linked to crimes, and many fear that the area is dangerous.
Over 100 Dolphins Found Dead in Amazon Due to Climate ChangeOver 100 dolphins have been found dead in the Brazilian Amazon rainforest after extremely high temperatures. Thousands of fish have died as well.
Fat Bear Week: The History, This Year’s Contestants, and MoreWe're delving into the history of the miraculous annual Fat Bear Week.
Cupro Fabric is Gaining Popularity as Vegan Silk — but Is It a Sustainable Material?Cupro fabric is made from cotton, and is a vegan alternative to fabrics made from nonrenewable resources — but it also uses toxic chemicals.
Forget the Landfill! Your Waste Coffee Grounds Can Make Concrete 30 Percent StrongerNewsflash: Your waste coffee grounds end up in landfills. RMIT researchers have figured out a way to turn waste coffee grounds into sustainable concrete.
What Is Project Omega? Unpacking Elon Musk's Alleged Mysterious Business VentureA mystery venture called Project Omega is reportedly associated with Elon Musk, but some people question whether it exists at all.
Are the Canadian Fires Under Control? North America to Experience More Wildfire HazeIn 2023, Canada has experienced a record number of wildfires across Central Canada and the Northern Territories. Are they under control now?
Bear Attacks 2023: Are We Entering a New Era of Human-Wildlife Conflict?Bears and humans don't mix, for good reason: here's everything you need to know about the bear attacks of 2023.
A Monstrous 400-Lb. Stingray Was Trawled Up in the Long Island Sound — What Does it Mean?Connecticut Fish and Wildlife officials caught a 400-pound stingray in the Long Island Sound in September 2023. Here's what to know about the rare sighting.
Climate Change and Other Problems Are Causing the Jordan River to Dry UpClimate change is affecting water levels worldwide and impacting the flow of major rivers like the Jordan River. Here's a look into why water levels are so low.
Is the Nile River Drying Up? One of the World's Most Famous Rivers Is in DangerThe Nile River is drying up due to a number of factors, including climate change and overuse. Here's what that means on a global scale.
Elon Musk Believes AI Could Destroy Us All — So Why Is He Investing in It?Although Elon Musk has many controversial tech opinions, you may be surprised to learn that he is skeptical of artificial intelligence.
Hundreds of Years Old Sycamore Gap Tree Guarded Hadrian's Wall — Until NowThe famous Sycamore Gap tree in England was felled by a teen, who was arrested on suspicion of criminal damage. Here's what to know.
Billionaire Bill Gates Owns Lots of Farmland — Does That Include Potato Farms?Bill Gates owns plenty of rich farmland, and that includes acres of potato farms — some of which supply McDonald's.
Where Do Bats Go in Winter? Everything You Need to Know About Bat HabitsAlthough they might look scary, bats are an essential part of ecosystems and some species do migrate in winter. Here's what to know.