Mon, Dec 10 2018

Netherlands football stadium creates energy and stores it in electric car batteries

This is a place where used batteries can extend their life after being in cars Carmakers are grappling with the problem of what to do with EV batteries when they...

France and Britain are global leaders in curbing food waste

40% Of food produced worldwide is wasted. France is doing Good things to change this. In February 2016, France became the first country in the world to prohibit supermarkets from...

Green UK 50% Energy from Low Carbon Sources

More than half of the electricity generated in the UK in 2017 came from low-carbon sources for the first time ever, new analysis has concluded. Renewables and nuclear provided more...

Big Companies Following Google’s Lead in Clean Energy

When the tech giant first bought wind from a farm in Iowa in 2010, it pioneered a new way for big corporations to access green energy. Now dozens of...

Unesco Removes Belize Reef From Its Endangered List

Good for all the fish species that live there. Despite covering less than a thousandth of the ocean floor, coral reefs are home to more than a quarter of marine...

Search Here Plant There

What a great way to plant trees for the environment. There are now 30 million more trees in the world thanks to people who are casually surfing the web. The environmental...

IKEA is Testing Buyback Program

IKEA is Testing Buyback Program to Keep Customers’ Furniture From Ending Up in Landfills In another bid to reduce their environmental impact, IKEA has launched a pilot program for taking...

Plastic Whale

This is a good news story where artists collaborated to make a statement and save the ocean from some plastic waste. Five tons of plastic waste has been pulled from...

The City of London will be powered with 100% renewable energy by October 2018

The City of London, the historic “Square Mile” central district of London, will soon switch to clean energy in a big way. Starting in October 2018, the City of...

Coffee Growers are Fighting Climate Change

While rising temperatures have caught many industries flat-footed, coffee companies have responded in force, bolstering their presence on the ground in coffee-growing countries like Costa Rica, Ethiopia and Indonesia....