It seems like an oxymoron, but it's possible.
Researchers from marine life advocates Oceana have discovered a surprising new world under the sea near Sicily.
Fairmont Hotels & Resorts' sustainable practices include extensive support for bees, beekeeping, and pollinator gardens.
Sweden's aggressive target of generating over 40 terawatt-hours of renewable energy by 2030 could be reached nearly a decade early. A massive amount of wind power projects could hit a snag in market value with subsidies, but SWEA could push to close those up by the end of the year.
Starbucks is ramping up its sustainability efforts with a plan to eradicate the use of plastic straws in its assembly line.
It's challenging and laborious to detect this bacteria that decimates bee populations, so an apiary inspector trained a dog to do it. They're amazing.
Dairy farms have seen a regression in profits with less people consuming milk, cheese, and yogurt. However, excess production doesn't have to be wasted, and a non-profit in Philadelphia has created a program that helps the farmers and the hungry.
New technologies means that instead of sucking power off the energy grid, buildings can feed back into it, powering other buildings and even cars.
Belize has saved the second-biggest coral reef in the world, which provides food and economical benefits to the Central American country. After passing legislation to ban oil exploration, UNESCO has taken it off their endangered list.
New York architecture firm STUDIOKCA is drawing attention to our relationship to the ocean with a five-ton sculpture made of garbage.
A sixth-grader in Massachusetts has begun developing a robot that's able to detect microplastics in our ocean after wanting to make a difference at the Boston Harbor. Her ultimate goal is to create a way to also pick up trash and cut costs in the process.
Beluga whales are heading from China to a new home on an Icelandic island that brings them closer to a natural habitat. Multiple organizations are not only providing them a better home, but are hoping that other entertainment parks follow in their footsteps.
Bonaire will officially declare its commitment to the sustainable use of ocean resources in pursuit of social and economic growth.
Two years ago, 12-year-old Carson Kropfl couldn't fit his skateboard in his locker or backpack, so he found a way to design a new one by upcycling discarded boards. Through this innovation, he created the industry's only non-folding sustainable skateboard which has drawn the attention of prominent investors and companies around the world.