While it's been touted by some energy experts as a so-called "bridge" to help slash carbon emissions, a new study suggests that a commitment to nuclear power may in fact be a path towards climate failure.
Researchers found the controversial neonicotinoid insecticide is responsible for the decline of bees in England.
The study in 'Nature from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology' reveals widespread use of neonicotinoid pesticides is culprit in decline
Colorado's Thompson Divide is 221,500 acres of uninhabited forest and roadless mountain meadows habitat for countless animals, wild landscapes for people who love to be out in nature, and open lands for hunting and fishing.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers just gave the final approvals for the construction of the 1,168-mile pipeline that would carry fracked crude oil through North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, and Illinois. This controversial pipeline would cut through
Plastic microbeads must be banned from toiletries to reduce harmful marine pollution, MPs have said.
Up to 86 tonnes of microplastics into environment each year in UK from facial exfoliants alone, while single shower = 100,000 particles into ocean.
A new article in the medical journal The Lancet has concluded much of the Northern Hemisphere will be too hot by 2085 to host the Summer Olympics. Researchers are projecting only eight cities in the hemisphere outside of Western Europe would be cool enoug
Jay Heaman is passionate about renewable energy. An electrician by training, he worked for the local electricity distributor in Woodstock, Ontario, for 27 years. The job he now holds âEUR" manager of strategic initiatives for the County of Oxford