Environment

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Ocean Pollution: How Human Activity Impacts the Oceans

There are many sources of ocean pollution, but the majority comes from humans. Find what you can do to reduce your footprint.

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What Is Bycatch and How Does It Harm Marine Life?

Bycatch threatens marine ecosystems and poses a serious threat to biodiversity. To minimize its harm, the fishing industry must go through a complete overhaul.

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Future of Food: How It’s Changing and Why That’s Important

The future of food is unpredictable, but the prognosis isn’t all bad. People are adaptable, and change isn’t always a bad thing.

A Conservationist’s Guide to Protecting the Oceans

Humans are the major driver of biodiversity collapse in the oceans. Stronger radar, bigger nets, and faster ships have allowed fishing vessels to plunder the oceans with remarkable efficiency.

What Oat Milk’s Rising Popularity Means for the Environment

Oat milk is on the rise, and its popularity is good news for the environment. Choosing alternative dairy products over traditional ones leads to significantly fewer emissions.

No, 100 Companies Are Not Responsible for 71% of Emissions

Variations on a meme claiming that 100 companies are responsible for 71 percent of greenhouse gas emissions have become ubiquitous on the internet. The problem is, they may not be true.

How Big Pesticide Companies Are Lobbying to Become Climate Leaders

Pesticide producers have a long history of lobbying against environmental regulations. Now, they’re using power and influence to manipulate legitimate climate strategies for their own ends.

Amazon Deforestation: Causes, Effects, Facts, & How to Stop It

The Amazon Rainforest has been burning for decades. But there is a lot of misinformation out there about why it’s actually burning. How big is the role of the meat industry?

The Beef Industry’s Latest Climate ‘Solution’: Kill Cows Younger

A new carbon-cutting proposal by a beef association shows that the industry isn’t really looking for climate solutions. It’s trying to maximize profits.

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Agribusiness Is Trying to Greenwash Its Waste as “Renewable Energy”

The industry’s quiet campaign to greenwash its image has a new partner in crime: the emerging biogas industry.