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- What is World Oceans Day exactly? This annual holiday aims to remind people all around the world of how important it is to protect our major oceans.
How to Celebrate Pride Month Sustainably — at Work, Parades, and MoreWe’ve rounded up some tips on how to celebrate Pride Month at work, in ways that could actually create meaningful change within your company.
Pride Month: 10 Facts About the Important Holiday, and Why It's a Protest, Not a PartyIn honor of Pride Month, we’re sharing 10 facts about Pride Month, from the history of the holiday to info on this year’s celebrations.
Donner's Pass Got Its Name Thanks to Rumors of Cannibalism — Here's Where You Can Find ItThis route connecting two states has a legendary history filled with literal twists and turns, cannibalism, and more.
If We Nuke Mars, Would It Really Become an Earth-Like Planet?Is Elon Musk's suggestion to nuke Mars a feasible plan? Some scientists are skeptical, while others have their own ideas for terraforming Mars.
This California Plastic Surgeon Was Charged with Murder in Patient's DeathA surgeon at Divino Plastic Surgery in San Diego is facing murder charges and several civil lawsuits. Here's what you need to know about the Divino Plastic Surgery lawsuits.
Do You Live Near an Old Nuclear Test Site? Here Are the Most Notable SitesThese nuclear test sites have rich histories.
Navigating Flaws in the Electric Vehicle TransitionThere's an inconvenient truth about electric cars. Despite all of their benefits, there are important flaws with EVs.
The Nectar Mattress Lawsuits Allege False Advertising, Fiberglass Content, and MoreNectar has been targeted in recent years for false advertising, misleading consumers, and most recently, for whether the mattresses contain fiberglass..
Will We Ever Discover Oceans on Neptune? What Science SaysAre there any oceans on Neptune? We're looking into what scientists have found about the possibility of oceans on the planet Neptune.
Why Did Catalina Crunch Recall Over 300,000 Cereal and Snack Packages?Catalina Crunch is popular for its low-carb, keto-friendly, zero sugar, and plant-based protein snacks and cereals. Why was Catalina Crunch recalled?
Deep Well Injection Technology: Can It Cause Earthquakes?Deep well injection has been common practice for storing liquid wastes for decades, but there are concerns about serious environmental issues.
Are Morphe Products Dangerous for Eyes? Update on Morphe LawsuitA Morphe lawsuit alleged that color additives in products were unsafe for eye usage. What's happened with the Morphe class-action lawsuit?
Does the Sun Look Weird or Is It Just Me? Why the Sun Might Look Odd SometimesWhy does the sun look weird today? The star is affected by all kinds of different factors.
Climate Change Is Often to Blame for the Sun Appearing RedWhy does the sun look red instead of yellow or orange at times? There are several reasons for this phenomenon.
Zoo Miami Is “Deeply Sorry” After Video Shows Guests Manhandling Kiwi BirdA video showing a kiwi bird being pet and held enraged New Zealand, and sparked an online storm.
The Achilles' Heel of Vertical Farming: What Threatens This Innovative Farming PracticeVertical farming has many advantages, but it also have its share of flaws. Here are a few of vertical farming's fatal flaws.
The Savannah River Site: Uncovering Its Role During the Cold WarThe Savannah River Site in South Carolina played an integral role during the Cold War. What is the Savannah River Site used for today?
3M's Legal Battle Over Faulty Earplugs: Are They Close To A Settlement?Over 200,000 U.S. soldiers and veterans have filed lawsuits against 3M for defective earplugs. Here's what you need to know about the 3M earplug lawsuit.
This Is How We Could Stop Plastic Pollution — It Takes More Than RecyclingScientists expect the amount of plastic entering the ocean to triple by 2040, meaning the time to fix plastic pollution is now.
The Tiger Beetle Is One of the Scariest and Fastest Insect Predators Out ThereThe tiger beetle is a dominant predator in the insect world; however, with their diminishing habitat, survival isn’t as easy.
A Case of Climate Change: What Mars Was Like 4 Billion Years AgoFour billion years ago Mars was a very different planet than it is today. It resembled Earth and may have been inhabited by life forms.
Beneath the Smiling Facade: Delving Into the Disturbing Behavior of DolphinsWhy are dolphins evil? Many people see the dolphin as a playful, lovable mammal of the sea. But they have a darker side.
Weathering the Drought in Oregon: Your Comprehensive Guide to Staying InformedThe ongoing drought in Oregon seems to be improving slightly, but the state isn’t in the clear yet.
Pale Male, Central Park's Red-Tailed Hawk, Dies at 32 — or Was He Already Dead?Pale Male, a red-tailed hawk who won the heart of New York City, allegedly just passed away — though some believe he's been dead for years.
Human-Lion Conflict Claims Oldest Lion in Africa: A Devastating Consequence of Climate CrisisA 19-year-old lion in Kenya was killed by a human after record-breaking drought — highlighting devastation of climate change.
White Island Volcano Eruption Survivor Shows Her Rehab Journey on TikTokIn 2019, a volcano erupted on White Island near New Zealand. Now, White Island volcano eruption survivors are telling their stories.
Advantage Fritz: Why Taylor Fritz Uses Plant-Based Recovery on and Off the Court (Exclusive)Tennis star Taylor Fritz spoke with Green Matters about how he relies on plant-based recovery products, his passion for protecting the planet, and more.
Feeding the Future: The Most Innovative Vertical Farming CompaniesVertical farming is expected to grow in the coming years. Here are six of the top vertical farming companies in the U.S. in 2023.
How to Keep Your Solar Panels Clean to Improve Their PerformanceLearning how to clean solar your solar panels can be a money-saver. Here are some tips for cleaning solar panels safely and effectively.
Investors Get a Peek At Tesla Cybertruck's Minimalistic InteriorThe Tesla Cybertruck's interior features a large display screen and dashboard made of recycled paper. The electric trucks are expected to be delivered in early 2024.
Why Is Lake Lanier so Dangerous? Here’s How to Stay Safe When VisitingWhy is Lake Lanier so dangerous? Keep reading to learn more about the stories surrounding the lake.
A Groundbreaking PFAS Treatment Permanently Destroys Forever Chemicals in Drinking WaterPFAS water treatment methods introduced by scientists at both Canadian and American universities are revolutionizing drinking water purification.
Droughts Are Drying up the Colorado River BasinThe Colorado River Basin supplies water to over 40 million people, but climate change could put it all at stake.
Nike's Vegan Collection Includes Air Force 1s Made From Pineapple LeatherNike also makes vegan Air Force 1s that look exactly like the originals, as well as a few in collaboration with Billie Eilish.
Air Pollution In the Bay Area Is Still a Major ConcernAir pollution in the Bay Area isn't as bad as it was a decade ago, but still poses a large threat to public health.
The UBB Mine Explosion Was the Second Deadliest Mine Disaster in HistoryOn April 5, 2010, 29 coal miners in West Virginia died in the Upper Big Branch Mine disaster. The mine operator, Massey Energy, was found at fault for the tragedy..
The Endangered Species Act Has Been Around for Decades — but Wildlife Still Needs Our HelpAs the Endangered Species Act celebrates its 50 year anniversary, we look at how people can help with the top 10 ways to protect endangered species.
The Fukushima Disaster Caused Nuclear Mutations in Both Plants and AnimalsRadiation from the Fukushima disaster caused nuclear mutations in plants and animals.
New York's Hudson River Has a Long History of PollutionHudson River pollution came about over 30 years — here's how the cleanup efforts have been going since the 1980s.
The West Virginia Chemical Spill Defaced the Elk River — and Actually Prompted Law ChangesAfter the West Virginia chemical spill of 2014, U.S. lawmakers changed laws regulating toxic chemicals. Prior to the spill, the chemical MCHM was unregulated.
Hawaii Legislators Approve Replacing Hawaii’s Pohoiki Black Sand Beach With a Boat RampAlthough Hawaii's Pohoiki Black Sand Beach is incredibly new, Hawaiian legislators have approved to dredge it, to replace it with a boat ramp.
Why This River is Considered One of the Most Contaminated U.S. WaterwaysThe most polluted rivers in the U.S. are threatened by toxic contaminates from industrial waste, agricultural runoff, forever chemicals, and more.
You Can’t Replace the Ocean With a Pool — A Look at SeaWorld’s History of Animal AbuseSeaWorld is known for its animal shows and their talented marine wildlife, but what goes on behind the curtain is not as pleasant.
What to Know About Utah's Ongoing DroughtUtah is in a drought consistently, with conditions ranging from moderate to extreme.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo’s Fatal Floods: What Caused Them, and How to HelpOver the last week, the Democratic Republic of the Congo has endured devastating floods, that have left hundreds dead.
What to Know About Fukushima’s Exclusion Zone and Nuclear MutationsThe Fukushima exclusion zone is the result of a nuclear disaster in 2011. Keep reading to learn more about nuclear mutations and the earthquake that started it all.
Companies Like Cotopaxi Sometimes Get B Corp Recertified — Here’s Why (Exclusive)Why does a company decide to get B Corp recertified? We spoke to the folks at Cotopaxi, who just went through the lengthy process.
New California Law Involves Partnering With Native Tribes to Save the Salmon PopulationCalifornia has canceled its 2023 salmon season, and is officially partnering with Native American tribes to conserve the salmon population.
Is the U.S. Banning Gas Stoves? New York Set to Ban Them in 2026Is a nationwide ban on natural gas stoves in the cards?