The International Air Transport Association (IATA) on June 5 announced the initiation of a carbon offset program as part of its efforts to survive in the current and projected economic climate. The industry lost $10.4 billion last year and expects to lose $9 billion this year due to falling demand and consumer confidence, along with the fear of pandemics.
Swordfish, highly migratory fish, found in all worlds’ Oceans, have been severely over fished.
Sony Ericsson has the broad goal of cutting their global emissions by 20% by 2015, and they have taken some steps in the right direction recently by releasing two new handsets that will dramatically reduce the environmental impact
The city of San Francisco has been innovating on behalf of the environment for a lot longer than the rest of the nation, and their ingenuity is shining through again as they are set to release the first of 1,100 planned solar bus stops around the city.
Despite the fact that they are not being narrated by the dulcet tones of Morgan Freeman, penguins continue their journey through life, moving from one part of the Antarctic to another in a constant struggle to stay alive and raise a family.
The list of things that were killing you without alerting you to this fact has just gotten a little longer with the release of an investigative report by the Scripps News Service.
If you’ve ever faced a situation where your phone or iPod is running low on battery without a convenient place to plug in for more juice, than a new product from Tremont Electric
The Department of Environmental Conservation is a law enforcement office in New York City that sees sustainability as no laughing matter. Cruising around the streets of New York City, they have the jurisdiction to pull over motorists whose vehicles appear to be spewing more greenhouse gas than the allowed amount.
With the third straight year of drought conditions in Southern California, the cities of Los Angeles and San Diego are imposing new water restrictions on their residents that started this past week. Residents could see new and increased fines in order to mitigate a water shortage that seems to be a harbinger of what is to come on the global stage.
Some of you may remember when Sheryl Crow suggested that the amount of toilet paper used at one sitting should be limited to one square. It sparked a firestorm from liberals and conservatives alike, consequently bringing the topic of global warming to open discussion.