The Electrify Africa Act, signed into law on Monday, gives 50 million Africans access to power.
A simple change in power line technology could slash U.S. greenhouse gas emissions. Continue reading →
Energy drinks are known for their quick boosts, particularly to the hectic lives of young people. But, there may be dangerous, life-threatening lows to go with those highs.
The ruptured Aliso Canyon gas well is spewing 62 million cubic feet of invisible methane into the San Fernando Valley each day, forcing evacuations and school closures. Continue reading →
As trash levels rise, nations are forced to create new solutions for dealing with it. What are countries doing with their waste?
Turning the tops of buildings into green space is a way to improve the urban environment and make it more pleasant, too.
The Chinese capital's air is chronically unhealthy, and even stricter pollution regulations aren't eliminating the risk. Continue reading →
The good news is that levels are too low to pose a threat to humans. Continue reading →
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