A new United Nations report says that the best way to scale back on environmental damage is to eat less meat, since food production is such a huge contributor to dangerous emissions.
BP has successfully installed a cap over the gushing oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. They’re not sure it’s going to work yet, but are hoping this might be the solution to stopping the leak.
Looks like 2010 has been a pretty good year so far for pro-life causes.
The oil spill keeps getting more ridiculous. Now they’re using robots. And talking to James Cameron, who apparently is an expert on environmental clean-up after Avatar.
This weekend, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras were hammered by Tropical Storm Agatha, which killed over 100 people and left many thousands homeless. The storm was also responsible for a massive sinkhole in Guatemala City.
BP is still trying to figure out a way to stop that little oil leak. Right now they’re pumping a bunch of mud into the hole to try to stop it up. And it actually seems to be working!
BP is going to try (yet again) to stop the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico. If you’re as confused as we are about this whole thing, you’re in luck: Bill Nye the Science Guy is here to explain it.
BP is set to try yet another maybe this will work method today to try to stop the huge oil leak that’s currently devastating the Gulf of Mexico.
As part of U.S.-led efforts to resume new peace talks, Israel appears to be easing some travel restrictions currently in place on Palestinians in the West Bank.
Summer is a perfect time to start thinking about growing some of your own produce. So here’s a helpful video.
The Environmental Protection Agency has told BP that the chemical they’ve been using to disperse the oil is too toxic.
TOMS and charity: water have teamed up to create shoes and build a well in Ethiopia. For each pair of the specially-designed shoes sold, $5 will go toward building a well in Ethiopia.
Riots in Bangkok, Thailand have been raging for the last couple of weeks after a two-month long protest by anti-government groups.
Seed giant Monsanto has donated $4 million worth of seeds to Haiti to replant crops and new crops all over the devastated island.
Oil company BP has successfully inserted a pipe into the leaking oil pipe on the floor of the Gulf of Mexico. This new, smaller pipe will be used to siphon off some of the oil that’s spilling into the Gulf at an alarming rate.