This MIT professor accidentally discovered a silk-based food covering that can keep produce fresh for 200% longer.
The ride-hailing company Uber announced on Tuesday that it will operate 100% electric vehicles by 2040.
The year 2020 has been significant in so many ways. And although it’s fun to joke and meme about the straight-up absurdity of it all, the fact is that there is a ton of good things happening.
One of the biggest problems with wind farms is that they can be deadly for birds. Black wind turbine blades could be the solution.
Residents of Warsaw, Poland are breathing a little easier these days thanks to a new art installation that purifies the air.
Republic Services recently signed a deal with Nikola Motors (not to be confused with Tesla) for thousands of electric garbage trucks.
At the Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant, millions of liters of stale beer have been converted into renewable energy in recent months.
Last month, Portugal announced the closure of its Sines power plant. The coal-powered facility was responsible for over 13% of the emissions for the whole country.
Bernice Dapaah launched the Ghana Bamboo Bikes Initiative as a way to create local jobs and promote low-carbon transport.
Bringing a new meaning to the phrase “eyes in the skies,” satellites around the globe are helping authorities protect our oceans.