Save the planet and your wallet with these eco-friendly tips for saving money.
10 Lesser-Known Side Effects of Climate Change
Rising sea levels and glaciers get the most attention, but these lesser-known side effects of climate change are just as important.
The Last of Us Science, Explained: Can a Fungal Pandemic Happen in Real Life?
The Last of Us is a compelling television show set in a post-apocalyptic timeline. But how likely is the fungal pandemic that caused it to happen in real life?
Are Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Actually Good for the Environment?
Electric and hybrid vehicles use a lot of batteries, and they don’t last forever or even a lifetime like some conventional cars do.
2022’s Biggest Discoveries and Innovations in Niche Fields According to Experts
2022 introduced several new discoveries ranging from AI-generated images to ChatGPT. This list of innovations sheds a light on niches with cool developments you haven’t heard of yet.
How to Save Rainforests With Old Smartphones: A Quick Look at Rainforest Connection
Rainforest Connection and their Rainforest Guardians are on a mission to save the rainforest with…smartphones?
What Is Parachute Science?: How Neo-Colonialism Influences Research and Authorship et al.
Dive into parachute science, a parasitic approach to data gathering that cuts host country researchers off from opportunities in their field.
Lesser Known Natural Wonders That We’re Losing to Climate Change (And Ones We’ve Lost Already)
These natural wonders don’t get as much press, but they’re just as in danger of being destroyed by climate change.
Going Dumpster Diving? Here’s What TikTok Taught Me
For some, dumpster diving is a way to sustain themselves. But for others, it’s a more ethical way to live.
Energy Consumption Needs of Web 3.0 – Can the Planet Sustain Them?
As the world moves towards Web 3.0, can the planet sustain the humungous energy consumption needs of running the internet?
Climate Activists Versus Famous Works of Art: What’s the Message?
“What is worth more—art or life?” With their attacks against famous works of art, climate activists are sending a message. But are they effective?
The Panic of 1819: A Missed Opportunity to Address Climate Change, Human Rights, and Better Market Regulation
In this article: The Panic of 1819 was an economic depression that laid bare the human, environmental, and economic consequences of building an economy on slavery and unrestrained exploitation of natural resources. Slavery and a lack of minimum wage laws for wage laborers made for an economy with weak circulation as so few of its […]
Why the Climate Crisis Is Harder on Women
It’s time we acknowledge and address the disproportionate harm the climate crisis is doing to women.
Container Homes Aren’t All They’re Cracked up to Be
Container homes came into vogue on promises of affordability and eco-friendliness. But their supposed benefits may not be that beneficial.
Greenwashing Warning: 5 Things That Seem Eco-Friendly, but Aren’t
Some brands are exploiting consumers’ goodwill with greenwashing, marketing tricks that make unsustainable products seem eco-friendly.
Where Do You Get Your Protein? A Cheat Sheet to Questions You Might Get as a Vegan
How to answer common questions you might get as a vegan