Pollution Kills 1.7 Million Kids Every Year
The WHO reports that pollution is the main cause of death of 1.7 million kids each year. The report stresses the damages of toxic environments, and recommends some measure to help reduce children's mortality rate.
Seagrasses That Protect Humans From Deadly Bacteria In Rapid Decline
New studies have confirmed the bacteria-killing effects of seagrasses. Harmful bacteria in sea water have been shown to decrease in the presence of the underwater plants, but pollution and high levels of temperature are threatening their existence.
Small Fish Adapting Very Well To Pollution
Animals can adapt to the environment in time, though usually they do not adapt fast enough. A few do adapt quickly, such as a small fish adapting very well to pollution.
Air Pollution In Europe: Can UK Have A Better Air Quality Plan?
Air pollution in Europe is responsible for 467,000 premature deaths every year. UK ministers have recently been given a legal deadline to come up with a stronger air quality plan.
Climate Change News: Scientists Accidentally Discovers How To Make Pollution Into Renewable Energy
Scientist Adam Rondinone talks about how he and his team accidentally discovered how to make pollution into renewable energy. The process involved is cheap and very accessible.
Adidas 3D-Printed Shoes Came From Ocean Plastic Garbage
Adidas reshapes foowear technology by using recycled materials that came from the ocean and using 3D-printing technology to design a shoe.
Algae promises to fight pollution, make biofuel
An algae species may double up as a pollution-fighter and a fuel maker, a new study finds.
Air Pollution Linked To Kidney Problems
Everyday exposure to traffic fumes can elevate the risk of kidney problems
Carbon Dioxide Creates Giant Crabs: Yum? Or Dangerous?
Crabs are getting bigger, thanks to carbon dioxide pollution. But this isn't a good thing.