How the Kuttamperoor River Came Back to Life

The Kuttamperoor River before and after restoration.

The Kuttamperoor River before and after the clean up. (Image: Budhanoor Grama Panchayat)

How the River Thames was Brought Back to Life

The River Thames flowing through London.

The rRver Thames in London. (Image: Cnoval via Dreamstime)

Ecosystems Resist Climate Change, but Not Human Impacts

Aeiral view of Australia's Great Barrier Reef.

There are many threats to the planet’s biodiversity, but human activity is considered to be the most prominent. (Image: Tanya Puntti via Dreamstime)

Do We Need to Change the Way We Deal With Our Plastic Waste?

Plastic waste in the oceans and around the globe.

According to researchers, more than 4.8 million metric tons of plastic waste ends up in the oceans each year. (Image: Romolo Tavani via Dreamstime)

New Study Shows Microplastics Turn Into ‘Hubs’ for Pathogens, Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria

Microplastics on a finger.

A single use of a facial exfoliator can release 5,000-100,000 microplastics into the environment. (Image: Dung Pham, Chen Wu via NJIT)

6 Tips for Eating Fruits and Vegetables With Peace of Mind

Fruits and vegetables.

Remove chemicals and pollution from fruits and vegetables for better health and peace of mind. (Image: via Pixabay)

Amid Pandemic, Reduced Economic Activity Making Earth Cleaner

New York City on a clear day.

One of the few positives that has emerged from the pandemic is the fact that people around the world are seeing a cleaner, greener environment. (Image: Pexels via Pixabay)

Are China’s Poor Business Ethics a Reason for the Worsening Environmental Crisis?

Polluting factories.

China is the biggest polluter in the world. (Image: SD-Pictures via Pixabay)

Honeybees Reveal Environmental Pollution in Their Surroundings

Honeybees on a beehive frome.

Honeybee colonies are bioindicators of environmental contamination in the area, since they get coated in everything that there is in the environment, including pollutants, and they end up taking it all back to their beehives. (Image: Pexels via Pixabay)

Here’s Why You Should Quit Smoking and It’s Not Because of You

A baby sleeping.

Babies who breathe second-hand smoke have a greater chance of dying from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. (Image: via Pexels)