Discourse by Venerable Thich Nhat Hanh
by Marianne Williamson: I remember the first Earth Day. It began the year I graduated from high school.
by John Wendle: A trek through tropical forest, mud fields, and scree reveals the last remnants of the once-sprawling ice fields in Uganda’s Rwenzori Mountains.
by Seth Borenstein and Frank Jordans: BERLIN (AP) — Humanity still has a chance, close to the last, to prevent the worst of climate change’s future harms,
by Paul Hockenos: Faced with the cutoff of Russian gas and oil, Europe ramped up solar and wind power,
We are so lucky to have so many beautiful national parks here in the USA…
by Alexander C. Kaufman: After 14 years and billions of dollars in cost overruns, the first of only two reactors under construction in the U.S.
by Peter Diamandis: How do you feed 8 billion people, all of whom want access to higher-quality, more nutritious and lower-cost protein?
Hang Son Doong in Vietnam is the largest cave on Earth. Located near the border between Laos and Vietnam,
by Jon Hurdle: Solar panels have a lifespan of 25 to 30 years, but they contain valuable metals, including silver and copper.