A new study published in the journal Nature Chemistry reported the potential for a new, 100 percent recyclable plastic that would help mitigate, and maybe end, the mass production of plastics that otherwise never degrade in the environment.
Since 2001, the region that has experienced the greatest loss of forest is South America, with countries like Brazil, Colombia and Peru experiencing more deforestation than any other place in the world, according to World Resources Institute.
According to a new study conducted by researchers of HOMEChem (House Observations of Microbial and Environmental Chemistry), the indoor air quality in people’s home could be equally harmful (if not more) to human health as outdoor air.
Read our Nonprofit Spotlight with Director, CEO, and Co-Founder of Save Nature.Org Norman Gershenz on how the organization seeks to improve worldwide conservation efforts through a number of programs and initiatives.
A project funded by Bill and Melinda Gates is researching the outcomes of engineering gene mutations within mosquitos that prevent them from feeding on humans, laying eggs, and ultimately from spreading disease.