zero 2017

Finland Could Be The First Country To Make Coal Power Illegal

America’s first 100% Organic, Self Sustainable Neighborhood Is In Detroit!

Turn Your Apartment Into An Apothecary With 7 Healing Houseplants 

Thousands of Invisible Oil Spills Are Destroying the Gulf

Rainwater Harvesting

Save Water for Your Yard

Kentucky Coal Museum installs solar panels to save on electricity bills nbc4i

Denmark’s Food Waste Vigilante - BBC News

"Food waste is a massive global problem: the EU alone throws away 88 million tonnes a year. Much of this ends up in landfill and produces dangerous greenhouse gasses which contribute to climate change. In Europe 53% of food waste comes from households, and one woman has made it her mission to stop Danes throwing away food. We travel to Copenhagen to meet Selina Juul, a key part of Denmark’s food waste revolution."

Rise Of The Robot Bees: Tiny Drones Turned Into Artificial Pollinators 

New Sponge Could Help Clean Oil Spills

Great Barrier Reef Dead at 25 Million 

Would We Starve Without Bees?

Hay Bale gardening: no weeds, no fertilizers and less watering!! What a simple but amazing concept!!

Unique Garden Design Schematics from Ikea 

Fancy a Poop-Powered Car? Emission-Controlled, Of Course

Hyperloop Transportation Technologies Eyes India, Abu Dhabi

House Moves to Encourage Drilling in National Parks 

Trump Signs Bill Undoing Obama Coal Mining Rule

100 Steps to a Plastic-Free Life

Massive Oil Spill in Yellowstone River Contaminates Drinking Water 

Shell’s 1991 Video Warning of Catastrophic Climate Change

Published on Feb 28, 2017 by The Guardian

In 1991, Shell produced a public documentary on global warming called Climate of Concern. It warned that trends in global temperatures raised serious risks of famines, floods and climate refugees. But in the quarter century since, Shell has continued to invest heavily in fossil fuels. Watch this video to find out more.

India Has Banned All Forms of Disposable Plastic in Its Capital

Sweden Wants to Fight Our Disposable Culture With Tax Breaks For Repairing Old Stuff

Climate Change Is a Far Bigger Threat to Wildlife Than We Thought, Study Says

Heatwave Kills Hundreds of Flying Fox Pups in Australia

The Dutch Plan to Build the World's Biggest Wind Farm

Radioactive Diamond Batteries: Making Good Use of Nuclear Waste

Red and Howling

Be Kind — Put Us Outside!  

"Most critters are harmless and simply want to live out their little lives in peace."  

Plants Talk to Each Other Using an Internet of Fungus

14 Best Indoor Plants for Air Purification at Home

The Market Has Spoken, and It Says Electric Cars Are the Future

France Bans Plastic Cups, Plates and Cutlery

With Climate Change Deniers in Charge, Time for Scientists to Step Up

Ikea’s Hydroponic System Allows You To Grow Vegetables All Year Round Without A Garden

World Economic Forum

Recycling in Amsterdam

16 Little Life Changes The Planet Will Really Appreciate

Sustainable Energy: Clean Technology Innovation Is in Decline

The very hungry caterpillar: these plastic-eating wax worms could solve our pollution problem

Europe’s Coal Power Is Going up in Smoke -- Fast

Nigerian Women Crochet Bags from Plastic Waste

Could Going Vegan Save Millions of Lives? Who Would Have Thought

This machine does something great with your leftovers - UniAffairs

Zera™ Food Recycler is designed to fit seamlessly into your kitchen and make the most of your food — turning today's food scraps into tomorrow's ready-to-use, homemade fertilizer.

38 million pieces of plastic waste found on uninhabited South Pacific island

France Declares All New Rooftops Must Be Topped with Plants or Solar Panels

Long-Dormant Bacteria and Viruses, Trapped in Ice and Permafrost for Centuries, Are Reviving as Earth's Climate Warms

Netherlands Planning to Become the First Country to Pave Its Roads with Recycled Plastic

Artist Turns Trash Into Animals To Remind Us About Pollution

Climate March Draws Massive Crowd to D.C. in Sweltering Heat

World Economic Forum: Reviving the Ocean Ecosystem | Kristen Marhaver

"Coral reefs are suffering – and we aren’t going to save them through small-scale, feelgood actions like reusing our shopping bags or hotel towels. Kristen Marhaver is Postdoctoral Scholar at the University of California at Merced, working at the Caribbean Research and Management of Biodiversity (CARMABI) Research Station in the Netherlands Antilles. She explains why coral reefs matter, and what actions we need to take." 

Seismic Thrift: Welcome to the Shopping Centre for Recycled Goods

Offshore Wind Won a German Power Auction Without Needing Any Subsidies

India Man Plants Forest Bigger Than Central Park to Save His Island

Lamp Powered by Gravity Could Provide Light to Billions

How Crows Could Solve Litter Problems Across the World

Electric Cars Aren't Enough. Tesla Is Now Going Vegan


It's time to ditch the disposable plastics. 

London Buses Could Now Be Fuelled by Your Morning Coffee, as Shell Experiments with Biofuel

Boy Genius Boyan Slat’s Giant Ocean Cleanup Machine Is Real

Mexico City, Parched and Sinking, Faces a Water Crisis

As Cape Town Runs out of Fresh Water, Inequalities Loom

For the Cost of an Iphone, You Can Now Buy a Wind Turbine That Can Power an Entire House for Lifetime

Circular Economy Is the Answer

Harvest Electricity From Plants (Plant-e)

Iot and the Development of a Circular Economy