Two surfers from Australia has found a way to rid the world's oceans of plastic waste. It's aptly called, the Seabin project.
Frustrated with the water quality where they surf, Andrew Turton and Pete Ceglinski, decided to embark on a project to eradicate the pollutants and
We usually discard pencil stubs that get too short after use. What if instead of throwing it away, we can plant them and turn those pencils into flowers, herbs or even vegetables?
That was what a group of MIT students did, and it's aptly called the
Yes, you read the headline correctly.
What started as a joke has seen the product - bottles of fresh air - selling out in pollution-hit China in four days.
A Canadian start-up company, Vitality Air is bottling fresh air taken from the Rocky Mountains and then selling
Going green these days, no long seem like a long shot considering the rise of green cleaning products in the market. Why is this so?
With global warming and natural catastrophes increasing at a faster rate, attention is now on companies to provide green and sustainable
The debate over the environment is a controversial one with opposing sides throwing shade at arguments for or against green living and environmental sustainability.
Here are 4 green myths that are further from the truth:
Myth 1: We have reached a point of no-return when it comes
Mealworms are rich in protein, amino acids, potassium, and iron, and are highly remarkable creatures, especially for what they are capable of.
Think of a plastic foam cup. Around 2.5 billion of them are disposed by Americans annually. And yet, that sum is just a fraction of the 33