#Pollution

  • Article: The New iPhone Will Set You Back $1,000, But Its Real Cost Is Even Greater
    Environment

    The New iPhone Will Set You Back $1,000, But Its Real Cost Is Even Greater

    By Andrew McMaster|Sept. 13, 2017

    The true cost is measured in its environmental and human impact. Read more

  • Article: China, the World’s Biggest Auto Market, Wants to Ban Gasoline Powered Cars
    Environment

    China, the World’s Biggest Auto Market, Wants to Ban Gasoline Powered Cars

    By Joe McCarthy|Sept. 11, 2017

    The shift to fully electric vehicles is part of China’s broader sustainability mission. Read more

  • Article: Seattle to Ban All Plastic Straws, Utensils in Restaurants in 2018
    Environment

    Seattle to Ban All Plastic Straws, Utensils in Restaurants in 2018

    By Joe McCarthy|Aug. 28, 2017

    It’s part of a much larger movement. Read more

  • Article: Wyoming Residents Reject First New Coal Mine in Decades
    Environment

    Wyoming Residents Reject First New Coal Mine in Decades

    By Joe McCarthy|Aug. 3, 2017

    The state has been hemorrhaging coal jobs for years. Read more

  • Article: Climate Change May Make Most Drinking Water Toxic, Study Finds
    Environment

    Climate Change May Make Most Drinking Water Toxic, Study Finds

    By Joe McCarthy|July 28, 2017

    More rain is not always a good thing. Read more

  • Article: Zimbabwe Bans Styrofoam-Like Food Containers
    Environment

    Zimbabwe Bans Styrofoam-Like Food Containers

    By Joe McCarthy|July 17, 2017

    Environmentalists hope that this ban will spur a chain reaction of similar bans. Read more

  • Article: China Is Building a ‘Forest City’ and It Looks Magical
    Environment

    China Is Building a ‘Forest City’ and It Looks Magical

    By Meghan Werft|June 27, 2017

    Can we move here yet? Read more

  • Article: The Planet Will Face Major Water Shortages by 2050, UN Chief Warns
    Environment

    The Planet Will Face Major Water Shortages by 2050, UN Chief Warns

    By Joe McCarthy|June 8, 2017

    “Water, peace and security are inextricably linked.” Read more